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Live Dancing Archive Opening Night Benefit Party

Live Dancing Archive Opening Night Benefit Party Wednesday October 15 at 9pm New York Live Arts We hope you’ll be able to join us to celebrate the evolution of iLAND by toasting Jennifer Monson after the opening night of Live Dancing Archive at New York Live Arts. On Wednesday, October 15, we’ll gather as a […]

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Off the Grid

Off the Grid Saturday September 27 3:30-6:30pm The Studio Museum in Harlem In anticipation of Charles Gaines’s first live performance of Manifestos 2 (2013) at the Museum of Modern Art, join us for a workshop and field trip beginning with a brief tour of Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974–1989, followed by an interactive movement exercise enacted as […]

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New Hope for Ridgewood Reservoir

We are so happy to hear that the Ridgewood Reservoir may be saved thanks to the continued efforts of environmental activists. The Ridgewood Reservoir in Queens is an important water supply source that is one of the few remaining areas of wilderness in the NYC metropolitan area. Earlier this year the NYC Parks Department proposed […]

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In Tow Artistic Residencies

In Tow, Jennifer Monson’s latest project, is a laboratory for experimentation across aesthetic, historical and geographic contexts. It is about making sense of Jennifer’s move to the Midwest, figuring out her relationship to that part of the country and her conceptions of being in the middle. This collaborative project is built through a series of […]

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Live Dancing Archive

Live Dancing Archive October 15-18 at 7:30pm New York Live Arts This fall Jennifer Monson will perform Live Dancing Archive at New York Live Arts. Jennifer Monson’s Live Dancing Archive is an evening-length performance featuring a visceral exploration of the dancing body as a physical archive of experience and place. Drawing from more than a […]