With 30 years experience making dance work in Seattle, Peggy Piacenza talks process, history, working slowly, and the beginnings of something new.
Base: Experimental Arts + Space
“The definitions of Radical, Black, and Femme are expansive and RBFP is committed to supporting the work of artists who embody those identities in powerfully different ways.”
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.
Lydia Shamoun’s visceral A Future Western explores quickly shifting sexual and power dynamics.
Bi-coastal sisters Ilona (NYC) and Danica (Seattle) Bito use their connection to create a platform for communication.
Father/daughter team Hanna and Jenna Eady show the first iteration of a new project exploring familial ties to Palestinian culture.
November’s 12 Minutes Max, curated by Fox Whitney and Barry Johnson, delivers experimental variety.
Jessica Jobaris and General Magic present a frenzied meditation on how to reconcile the vast nature of our collective being.
Summer dance happenings including Morgan Thorson and No Baby, Mettler Improvisation comes to Seattle in Sept, and thoughts about Men in Dance and Patreon funding.
Triple bill PILOT includes new works from emerging artists who met as part of Kate Wallich’s YC2.