Banning leads creative rehearsals for her new work, The Triangle at Centennial Performing Arts Studios from 12-3pm. Guests are welcome.
Greg Pond and Banning Bouldin took home a $5,000 grant at Art Prize's Pitch Night Nashville event in May 2018. Their exhibition Guncotton, which explores the connection between dance and architecture, will be displayed on Western Michigan University (WMU) during ArtPrize 10 from Sept 17 - Oct 7.
Evening classes are held every Wednesday at DancEast from Sept 19 - Nov 14
Nashville Design Week - an event to celebrate the city’s creative design community. Hastings Architecture—employer of Board member Erin Asa and sponsor of New Dialect—is a major sponsor of Nashville Design Week.
Possibility of performing at the NFA’s annual fundraiser. Benefit: we introduce ourselves to a community of designers who might be willing to collaborate on future costume projects. Costs (dancers fees) covered by small performance fee charged to NFA.
We are currently in talks with a dance studio in Costa Rica that is interested in hiring New Dialect to conducted a training intensive for their students. If an agreement is reached, we would conduct a one-week intensive sometime during Nov 26 and Dec 14.
Creative residency for New Dialect company member Rebecca Steinberg. Centennial Performing Arts Studios, Mon-Fri, 12-3pm. (The scheduling of this residency is contingent on whether or not we travel to Costa Ria.)
HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2017/2018
a costume collaboration
Nick Cave’s Nashville installation
choreo/comp residency & installations
Shannon Gillen Lipinski led Winter Intensive 2018
Working with a professional company for a week
creative movement workshops
Creation & premiere of Limitation Etudes 7 - 10 in Seattle
“I love a good challenge,” says Banning Bouldin whose Limitation Etudes 7-10 premieres this Friday, September 8, as part of Whim W’Him‘s CHOREOGRAPHIC SHINDIG III at the Erickson Theatre off Broadway on Seattle’s Capitol Hill. “It’s in my personality to seek them out.”
Earlier this season....
Premiere of LIMITATION ETUDES 7- 10
- Sept 8-16 at Seattle's ERICKSON THEATER OFF BROADWAY
- Sept 30: Public Square Park
HEAP at Public Square Park
- Oct 14: Church Street Park
- Oct 21: Plaza Marachi
I AM Workshop
- Oct 21: Hispanic Family Foundation
HEAP on Church Street
I AM workshop with Parkinson's Class
Limitation Etudes research at Perry-Mansfield
April 6: performance at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, FREE
10am & 7:30pm
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