Each GWYN event will also be open to one local nonresident artist to share their work. So, three artists will be showing at about 30 minutes each. Signing up for just GWYN is first come first serve and available a month before the show date. To get a spot, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you think you might forget, follow us on facebook or instagram.
Every GWYN showing is FREE and open to the public.
The GWYN platform is made possible with the generous support of all of the above mentioned, who are donating space and their time and a generous stipend support from PhiladelphiaDANCE.org.
Its also FREE to participate for residents and nonresidents.
Please help me keep it this way. There are costs associated with the final showing in May 2020, and every dollar is much appreciated.
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Elsewhere has its US premiere and later showing in Ireland.
My film Elsewhere
is showing on October 3rd at Grounds for Sculpture
in NJ at 7 pm. If you are in the area, come check it out. I will be there. Later on October 11th, Elsewhere will be shown at Tipperary International Dance Festival in Ireland
. I know only one person in Ireland at the moment, but if you do, send them to these awesome Dance on camera nights, they are all free and the films look incredible. I wish I was there.
I'm in Minneapolis end of October for AAC Boot-camp.
I never though I would ever need a babysitter to sleep over, but here it is. Somehow both me and my husband are in different conferences at the same time. I am going to the Alliance for Artists Communities Residency Boot-camp in Minneapolis. I even got an grant from Pennsylvania Citizens for the Arts for this conference and I am over the moon. Hoping to get clarity on changing my company's name (which some of you have heard about) and shifting toward a non for profit company model. So, do you know someone you think I should meet in Minneapolis?
Don't you love cultural exchange? Polish dance artists in Philly.
As an artist and mother of two, it is very difficult for me to travel and meet new people. This is one of the main reasons, why I approach organizations and already established international residencies with invitations for exchange with Philly. This is how the Polish Dance Artists in Philly residency was born last year, and I am happy that though the support of Movement Research, Trust for Mutual Understanding and Arts Station Foundation in Poland, I will be welcoming two stellar dance makers on Dec. 15th - 20th, 2019. Keep your eyes open for workshops and showings with them. This year I am trying to keep the program entirely FREE, so everyone can attend. More to come soon.