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Enjoy REEL Art: Gesture 3 Hands, A Family Portrait by Amador Artiga on our windows until March 30th.
Tune in to our 1830EST: Artists Talk livestream event on April 20th, 1830EST: Artists Talk featuring Elizabeth Labbe-Webb with our Artists in Residence Roie Avidan and Maya Gelfman.
Register for morning class this spring with Amelia Reisner, Mestre Fran, Kristin O'Neal, and more
Morning Class at Core
Monday - Friday at 10am
Core Dance opens its doors to the public every Monday-Friday morning. Spanning multiple disciplines, morning class is led by a variety of teachers and provides a space for growth, conditioning and exploration. Take class with the company, and learn from Atlanta's best.
5 Commissioned Works
REEL Art is a platform for original film installations - a contemporary art form that combines video technology with installation art - making use of the storefront windows of Core Dance’s studio building. Coupled with, all aspects of the surrounding environment of the Decatur Square, passersby/the audience are affected by this ingenious visual experience.
1830EST Artists Talk
1830EST invites viewers to explore art-making practices through the lens of working artists and their creativity. Each episode assembles multiple viewpoints and includes interviews, field recordings, soundscapes and stories representing the diverse creative practitioners within the Core Dance global landscape.
inside:out features the programs and productions of Core Dance in the form of video installations. Streaming on the Core Dance storefront windows on the Decatur Square, inside:out offers the public a glimpse inside the creative process and the resulting art work that goes on inside Core Dance.
Lunchtime in the Studio
Lunchtime in the Studio amplifies the heart of Core Dance’s vision - purposeful artistic risk-taking, invention, community participation, led collaboration, knowledge sharing and enquiry. Lunchtime in the Studio offers the public active engagement and participation in the stimulating environment of Core Dance’s home on the Decatur Square.
National Water Dance
National Water Dance is an artist-driven collective of dancers and educators confronting critical water issues facing the United States. Stretching from New York to Hawaii and from Alaska to Puerto Rico, simultaneous, site-specific dance performances are created and performed with movers of all ages and experience.
No Time To Lose
NTTL is about the creation of new work - quickly, intuitively and without compromise – by a group of artists from various genres and entry points. Coming together to develop and create an artistic experience over two weeks, the outcome culminates in a shared experience with the public.
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