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MOVEMENT Series: process

past event

August 22, 2019

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


General Admission




Children & KANEKO Members

Explore the MOVEMENT Process.

As part of the MOVEMENT Series, KANEKO and tbd.  dance collective present process: an evening exploring and discussing the development of past, present, and future site-specific productions + choreographic work of tbd. Audience members will be lead through KANEKO galleries to experience a collection of past performances, as well as demonstrations of movement created in response to both objects and exhibition. The evening will include an artist talk with members + collaborators of tbd., giving sight into the creative process of tbd. dance collective when developing movement-based productions. 

Limited tickets are available for this performance. Once tickets are sold out, there will not be a waitlist or ticket resale. The majority of this program is conducted by being led through the gallery spaces, ending in a seated portion.

 About MOVEMENT: Presented by KANEKO and tbd. Dance Collective, the MOVEMENT series will present site-specific, multidisciplinary performances focused on modern and contemporary dance.  Performances will investigate the choreographic process, foster collaboration, and challenge audience perceptions of dance as an art form. There is a universal nature to the human condition; movement found within dance can be one of the most powerful tools of communication we possess and provide the medium in which we connect.

About tbd. Dance Collective: tbd. is a non-profit, modern + contemporary dance collective founded by a group of artists who wanted to create, explore, and perform movement together.  Operating under the belief that movement can be a platform for communication and connection, it is our mission to provide accessible dance experiences through performance and education that encourage dialogue and challenge perceptions of dance as an art form.

With a creative process + vision built around exploration, we work with artists and organizations throughout the community to produce multidisciplinary movement based productions that feature site specific choreography and unique collaborations.  Our work is highly imaginative, diverse in content and structure, and seeks to discover the possibilities for performance within unconventional spaces.

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