Kiana Harris’ four-part dance film AJE IJO is featured at Northwest Film Forum’s Local Sightings Festival.
Seattle Dance Collective releases five new dance films over the month of July. Lynn Tofil finds commonality in the first two works, and previews the upcoming films.
Boaz Yakin’s narrative dance film shows the complication of love in stunning use of choreography (Bobbi Jene Smith). Online through July 17.
The Golden Thread is an online interdisciplinary arts experience, with the goal of allowing Seattle-based artists from multiple genres to create work and be compensated through ticket sales.
DanceCrush Simone Pin, led by powerhouse duo Shay Simone and Annya Pin, have been dazzling audiences on stage since 2018.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted time itself. In response, Alyza DelPan-Monley curated an online rendition of 12 Minutes Max: The 12 Second Edition.
Cooped-Up is a dance created and performed under the rare and specific circumstances of the shelter in place order.
Drama Tops: This is for You examines a journey of gender transition with nuance and generosity.
Kaitlin McCarthy’s Gender Reveal Party ruthlessly interrogates what it means to be pregnant, reclaiming agency as human and parent, and challenging gendered expectations.
Three UW dance majors present successful works in Program A, and a case study in the use of sound. Program B unfortunately cancelled due to CoVid19 concerns.