iLAND is thrilled to announce the imminent publication of the A Field Guide to iLANDing – scores for researching urban ecologies, which will be published by the inimitable 53rd State Press.
This June, we will be holding 4 workshops across New York City to put iLANDing into practice with the support of the Field Guide. Please join us, get a copy of the book, and keep collaborating!
iLANDing is the result of over 10 years of interdisciplinary collaboration researching urban ecologies with an emphasis on dance and choreography. The Field Guide brings together 77 scores that were developed over 14 years through the iLAB residency program and other iLAND programs. Copies of the book will be available! Workshops will be lead by iLAND Board members Carolyn Hall, Julia Handschuh, Elliott Maltby and Jennifer Monson.
Workshops are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Sunday June 11 at 11am in collaboration with The Power of Ten – led by Carolyn Hall with Clarinda Mac Low and Eve Mosher – at 3LD Art and Technology Center, 80 Greenwich St., NY, NY
Thursday June 15 at 5pm – led by Jennifer Monson – at Pier 35, NY, NY
Saturday June 17 at 1pm – led by Jennifer Monson and Julia Handschuh – at the Queens Museum
Wednesday June 21 at 7pm – led by Carolyn Hall and Elliott Maltby – at Pier 96, NY, NY
For reservations and more information, please contact Eli Condon, iLAND’s intern, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These workshops are supported in part by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.
Pictured: The Language of The Listening Body by Ian Douglas