Archive for December, 2011
CORE Performance Company creates a new site-specific dance for the Bayou City Art Festival March 23-25 at Memorial Park, Houston, 1:45 p.m. each day CORE Performance Company will return to Memorial Park and the Bayou City Art Festival to perform With Love and Disregard. In this premiere work, CORE will spontaneously appear in unexpected locations […]
While we’ve been working this week, these are the tunes that have put an extra pep in our step. We’ve been mostly listening to lots of Beirut:Elephant GunThe Flying Club CupForks and Knives Call To ArmsA Sunday SmileMausoleumNantesThe Penalty And listening to stations on Pandora. Beirut RadioFour Tet RadioMiike Snow Radio And these bands:Fleet FoxesFleetwood […]
A little game for you, if you will. One of these pictures is of Alex’s real body. One is a mirror image. Which is which? Post your answers! Here is a quote for you while you contemplate your answer. Be good to your body. If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred. –Walt Whitman
This week we continue our work on the Arkansas residency. For our residency we are exploring our bodies through body mapping. Below is an example from the internet. Then, we generated movement from what we discovered in our body maps. Look here for more discoveries and movement for our residency.
Lunchtime in the Studio, March 15, 2012 Noon to 1 p.m. at CORE Studios in Decatur Join CORE Performance Company for dance, discussion…and dining provided generously by FarmBurger at Lunchtime in the Studio on Thursday, March 15. The topic is our current Arts in Education programming that CORE has created to address body image […]
COREs newest art crush is Nicole Cromartie, Coordinator of Museum Interpretation at the High Museum of Art. Not only is she a fabulously knowledgeable art historian, but she’s also a beautiful dancer! She graced us with her style, skills and smarts as she guided us through the High Museum’s Modern Masters: Picasso to Warhol. CORE […]