WestFest / All Over Westbeth 

Site-specific dance performances throughout and all around Westbeth

FREE EVENT

 

Saturday and Sunday May 2-3.

 

A guided walking tour of site-specific performances all around Westbeth; tours begin at Westbeth Courtyard Entrance at 155 Bank Street. Tours start at 2:00PM and depart every 15 minutes. Last tour departs at 3:30PM.

 

Emily Craver / The Little Streams

Caitlin Dutton / caitlin+dancers

Sarah Foster / MoveWorks

Catherine Gallant/DANCE

Callie Hatchett Dance 

L.A. Kilpatrick / The Dancing Mathematician

Kiya Schnorr / Daughters

Pia Vinson  

Keeley Walsh / The Lovelies

Sally Gross (Guest)

Carol Mendes & Artists (Guest)

Jelon Vieira/ DanceBrazil (Guest) / CAPOEIRA OPEN CLASS 2PM, RODA 3:30PM

The Lovelies

The Lovelies

The Lovelies create work by doing it in the moment. Often humorous, sometimes quirky and always honest, present and open, The Lovelies work to uncover, establish and conclude the present through discovery. Makers of dance and sound, sculptors of space, and designers of time, The Lovelies push each other, question possibilities, listen to the thing, and generally help, Instagram: the7lovelies

MoveWorks

MoveWorks

MoveWorks is a NYC-based movement company directed by Christian Serrano and Sarah Foster. Their whimsical work blends modern, ballet, theater, partnering, and WILD imagination. Photo by Eric Bandiero Instagram: MoveWorks

Carol Mendes & Artists

Carol Mendes & Artists

CM&A @ WestFest2014 Photo: Darial Sneed

Emily Craver

Emily Craver

Emily and dancers @ WestFest2014 Photo: Darial Sneed

Daughters

Daughters

Daughters is a collaborative based collective consisting of two choreographers, Andrea Ollarvide and Kiya Marie. Established in 2012 and based in New York City, this emerging duo has performed in several galleries, cabarets, and showcases featuring new and upcoming choreographic talent. Their work, though exploratory in nature, is built upon a solid and signature foundation of geometric exactitude, synchronicity, simplicity, and weightiness. Instagram: @daughterscollaborative

Callie Hatchett and Dancers

Callie Hatchett and Dancers

The artistic mission of Callie Hatchett Dance is to invite audiences to indulge in their own conscious experiences by presenting works that reach people on both a visceral and intellectual level, through collaboration, improvisation, experimentation, and the integration of the visual aspects of movement and the emotional complexities of music. www.calliehatchett.com

Pia Vinson

Pia Vinson

Pia Vinson uses her background in Ballet, Graham Technique, Gaga Movement and her multimedia skills to create her own physical, visual and theatrical universe. Photo by Gabrielle Vinson

Catherine Gallant

Catherine Gallant

Catherine Gallant work is generated through a collaborative process which explores themes of chance, doubt and the body as a source of comfort and torment. Photo by Whitney Browne.

L.A. Kilpatrick

L.A. Kilpatrick

Leslie Ann Kilpatrick, an Alabama native, relocated to Brooklyn after graduating from Birmingham-Southern College with a Bachelor’s in Dance and Mathematics. Kilpatrick's performance history includes original works by Callie Hatchett, Tumi Vil-Nkomo, Germaul Barnes, Giada Ferrone, Winthrop Corey, Elie Lazar, and Teri Weksler. Her own choreography has been presented at WestFest 2014, Nachmo! 2014, Choreoquest 2013, and NY Dance Parade 2012.

Emily Craver

Emily Craver

The Little Streams celebrates the combined creation of music and dance. Its director, Emily Craver finds inspiration in her dancer/singer/actor/performers and delights in space-eating movement and searches for luscious connection found in performance.

Caitlin Dutton

Caitlin Dutton

C+D is dedicated to the reflection of human subtlety, the grandeur of imagination, and the promotion dance as a unifier in community. C+D aims to create dances that reimagine their environment, creating a personal experience for both performer and viewer. Photo by Eric Bandiero. @caitlinplusdancers

Carol Mendes & Artists

Carol Mendes & Artists

Carol Mendes & Artists is a band of deeply emotional, empowered female artists who strive to unveil the unexpected, discover the edgy, and challenge the familiar in the medium of dance. We are inspired by human diversity and work in live dance and film to demolish comfort zones, creating a common ground amongst people of different backgrounds, cultures, and experiences. @carolmendesandartists www.carolmendes.org

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