Events


Anxious States: Expressionism from Gauguin to Oliveira

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 - Sunday, May 27th, 2018

Mills College Art Museum
5000 MacArthur Blvd. Oakland, CA 94613

In Oakland

Anxious States: Expressionism from Gauguin to Oliveira
December 6, 2017-May 27, 2018

Opening Reception: Wednesday, December 6, 2017 | 4:00-5:00 pm
Mills College Art Museum, Back Gallery*

Featuring works from the Mills College Art Museum’s collection, Anxious States: Expressionism from Gaugin to Oliveira follows the evolution of Expressionism as an artistic response to anxieties of contemporary life, disruptive technologies, and global war across a range of time periods and cultures. Expressionism describes an aesthetic style developed from the feelings of uncertainty and alienation that accompanied rapid industrialization during the early 20th century.

Anxious States is curated by Savana Ames, Natasha Culbreth, Eva Goldstein-Moore, Hisaka Marybayashi, and Carmen Wiley, and is accompanied by a digital exhibition catalogue.

*MCAM’s back gallery is currently accessible by stairs only. A hardcopy of the exhibition catalogue will be available upon request and a digital version will be accessible through our website. We apologize for this hindrance.

Anxious States: Expressionism from Gauguin to Oliveira

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 - Sunday, May 27th, 2018, 6-8 pm

Mills College Art Museum
5000 Macarthur blvd. Oakland, CA 94609

In Oakland

ANXIOUS STATES: EXPRESSIONISM FROM GAUGUIN TO OLIVEIRA
DECEMBER 6, 2017- MAY 27, 2018
OPENING RECEPTION: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6,2017 | 6:00-8:00 PM

Featuring works from Mills College Art Museum’s collection, Anxious States: Expressionism from Gaugin to Oliveira follows the evolution of Expressionism as an artistic response to the anxieties of modernity, such as disruptive technologies and global war, across a range of time periods and cultures. Expressionism describes an aesthetic style distilled from the feelings of uncertainty and alienation born amid the industrialization of the early 20th Century.
The works included in this exhibition can be read as emotional as well as political reactions to a rapidly changing world.

Anxious States is curated by Savana Ames, Natasha Culbreth, Eva Goldstein-Moore, Hisaka Marybayashi, and Carmen Wiley, and is accompanied by a digital exhibition catalogue.

*MCAM’s back gallery is currently accessible by stairs only. A hardcopy of the exhibition catalogue will be available upon request and a digital version will be accessible through our website. We apologize for this hindrance.

Semester Course for Teachers: Developing & Implementing Dance Curricula - A

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 - Tuesday, May 8th, 2018, 6-9pm

Luna Dance Institute
605 Addison Street

In Berkeley

Are you a dance artist ready to launch into teaching for the first time, or a classroom teacher excited to share the joy of dance with your students? Have you been teaching for a while but desire a refreshing & grounding new perspective? Luna’s popular DIDC-A course is the first level of our foundations series and offers a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of dance teaching. Learn the elements of dance, human development theory, how to integrate dance across subject matter, how to design dance lessons aligned with Common Core standards, and more, all while exploring your inner dancer. No prerequisite. $525

Questions about whether DIDC-A is right for you? Email Jochelle jperena@lunadanceinstitute.org

Modern Landscapes

Thursday, March 1st, 2018 - Saturday, April 28th, 2018, 12-5pm

SLATE contemporary
473 25th Street, Suite A

In Oakland

An exhibition showcasing three SLATE artists who explore different expressions of the physical landscape and environment that surrounds them. Featuring artists Micah Crandall-Bear, Danae Falliers, and John Watson.

Face to Face: Looking at Objects That Look at You

Saturday, March 10th, 2018 - Friday, August 31st, 2018, Check "Visit" page for hours: https://hearstmuseum.berkeley.edu/visit/

Hearst Museum at UC Berkeley (Kroeber Hall Gallery)
102 Kroeber Hall

In Berkeley

For this Spring 2018 exhibit, entitled Face to Face: Looking at Objects that Look at You, the Hearst staff and 14 UC Berkeley freshmen have co-curated a global selection of objects that depict human faces in different ways.

The exhibit asks: Why and how do crafting traditions of the world so often incorporate
human faces, and how do people respond to those faces? Objects such as West African helmet masks and Roman sculpture illustrate varying conceptions of the “ideal” face, while Japanese tobacco boxes and ancient Peruvian portrait jars raise the question of what a facial expression can mean. Additional objects, including Chinese bamboo figurines and Caroline Mytinger’s paintings of Papua New Guineans, represent the contrast between portraying faces of one’s own ethnic group versus those of another. Visitors are invited to examine the way they themselves depict and interpret faces in their everyday lives. This timely exhibit cultivates critical thinking about crucial issues such as stereotyping, representation and misrepresentation, and snap judgments.

Fiber Fiction

Saturday, March 17th, 2018 - Sunday, May 6th, 2018, 6-9 opening, 12-7 Weds-Sunday gallery

The Compound Gallery
1167 65th st

In Oakland

FIBER FICTION: DANCE DOYLE & ANDREA GARCIA VASQUEZ
MARCH 17TH-MAY 6TH, 2018
Opening Reception:
Saturday, March 17th, 2018, 6-9pm

Closing Reception: Sunday, May 6th 3-6pm

The Compound Gallery is pleased to present Fiber Fiction, a two person exhibition featuring the woven and fiber works of Dance Doyle and Andrea Garcia Vasquez. Fiber Fiction embarks on a fascinating journey of storytelling through textiles. Each piece is alive with vibrant, layered, chronicles of daily living.

Dance Doyle creates large-scale urban contemporary tapestries which showcase the art of storytelling. Dance, who is primarily self-taught, has developed her own techniques – resulting in a distinctive style that communicates what she sees in her urban world. Her work depicts surreal narratives within a mystical world that manifests out of her every day life.

The collection of fiber works from Andrea Garcia Vasquez in this exhibition reflect a phase in her artistic career of pure technical practice and playful experimentation. Inspired by the traditional means of weaving, tapestry, and quilting to pass down history, the artist applies these methods to present her own narratives dealing with popular trends, environmental awareness, love, and placement. Referencing nature and the role human plays to it- often with a slight sense of humor. She composes unique tapestries which allow the viewer to contemplate the symbolism, the disfunction, the boundary of kitsch, memory, and the fiber art process.

Ragged Wing Ensemble Presents... A Different Long Stretch of Earth

Friday, April 6th, 2018 - Saturday, April 28th, 2018, Fridays & Saturdays @ 8pm; Sundays @ 5pm

Flight Deck
1540 Broadway

In Oakland

Ragged Wing Ensemble, known throughout the Bay Area for its original, ensemble-driven productions, presents A Different Long Stretch of Earth, an original play written by Addie Ulrey for Ragged Wing’s core company (and directed by Amy Sass). Inspired by her work at the intersection of arts nonprofits and social justice as well as her fickle and persistent love of the Old West, Ulrey takes us into the contemporary American West where a group of characters wrestle with the mindsets and mythologies of our collective past and explore how they shape our ability to envision the future.

Taxidermy. Decolonization. Kink. Apocalypse.

The American cowboy. Hero or villain? Casanova or colonizer? Either way, his myth rides on. And in this rural Montana town, everyone must reckon with his long, stooped shadow. But Brucie has other plans. The resident 13-year-old with an appetite for apocalypse is throwing

Eureka Day

Friday, April 13th, 2018 - Sunday, May 13th, 2018, Sat. 8pm, Sun. 2pm & 7pm, Tues. 7pm, Wed. 7pm, Thurs. 8pm, Fri. 8pm

Aurora Theatre Company
2081 Addison Street Berkeley, CA 94704

In Berkeley

At forward-thinking Eureka Day School, all decisions are made by consensus and everyone’s opinion is valued. But when a crisis puts their children in danger, it turns out that Eureka Day parents have different definitions of safety. The debate over vaccinations hits home in this comedy of liberal manners, as the school community confronts the central question of our era: how do you find consensus when you can’t agree on the facts? Eureka Day is the first commission from Aurora’s Originate+Generate program, by local playwright and two-time Aurora Global Age Project winner Jonathan Spector. Aurora is proud to offer the world premiere of an incisive new play that is funny, poignant, and oh-so-Berkeley.

Figure Eight: Mills College MFA Thesis Exhibition

Saturday, April 28th, 2018 - Sunday, May 27th, 2018, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Mills College Art Museum
5000 Macarthur Blvd

In Oakland

Mills College Art Museum is pleased to announce Figure 8:
2018 Mills College MFA Exhibition on view from April 28-May 27, 2018. The MFA Exhibition
features work in a wide range of media––photography, sculpture, installation, performance and
video––created by the emerging artists of the Mills College MFA in Studio Art Program.
Students showcase a final body of work produced as the culmination of their graduate
experience. This year’s presenting artists are Zach Cotham, Mattson Fields, Jess Garcia, Jared
Gruendl, Alex Hamilton, Hannah Perrine Mode, Amy Nathan, and Dane Singh.

Blonde Toledo and Tin Sandwich

Saturday, April 28th, 2018 - Saturday, April 28th, 2018, 7:00pm

Point San Pablo Harbor
1900 Stenmark Drive

In Richmond

Join us at the Sportsmen's Club at Point San Pablo Harbor on Saturday, April 28th for some soulful and danceable music with a view. Doors at 6, music at 7.

Tin Sandwich
Tin Sandwich is a neo-vaudevillian harmonica ensemble made up of bass, chord, chromatic and diatonic harmonicas in the spirit of the Harmonicats and the Harmonica Rascals. Deron Cavaletti (chord and diatonic), Jamie Coventry (chromatic and diatonic), and Scot Velardo (bass and diatonic) play old-time favorites, pop tunes, Balkan melodies, film noir, a tango and anything else that comes to their lips. www.facebook.com/TinSandwichBand


Blonde Toledo
Led by double sax goddess Connie Walkershaw and bass player Jesse Walkershaw, with Latin percussionist Joe Chavez, drummer Rick Kennon, and guitarist Andy Charmatz, Blonde Toledo is fusion extraordinaire. Musical influences include Brill Building pop, Colombian Cumbia, Yiddish theater, Post-bop jazz and British Invasion rock, Blonde Toledo suffers no fools. You will dance. www.blondetoledo.com

This is a free event. Donations for musicians very welcome! Cash bar.

SLATE Spring Collection

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 - Saturday, June 30th, 2018, 12-5pm

SLATE contemporary
473 25th Street, http://www.slateart.net

In Oakland

SLATE contemporary is pleased to present fresh works from Maria Burtis, Amy Donaldson, Elise Morris, Helen Steele, and Brenda Zappitell. With the transition of winter to spring, we welcome the SLATE Spring Collection: a carefully curated selection of abstract expressionistic paintings whose creators look to elements of the natural world to inspire them. Through the use of space, color and gesture, these artists attempt to evoke an emotional and somatic response from their viewers.

ART AND FOOD

Friday, May 4th, 2018 - Friday, May 4th, 2018, 6-9 pm

Art@Archer
431 13th Street

In Oakland

Art@Archer presents art for the eyes and for the taste buds.

Photographer Morgan Proctor's current exhibition, ORDINARY AMBER, continues to engage us in exploring the architecture, roadside artifacts and landscapes that we might otherwise just hurry by.

In addition, the May 4th reception features a special one-night-only pop-up by Top Cap Mushrooms, a gourmet mushroom farm owned and operated by the artist and her husband. This "Top-Up" will offer product demonstrations, mushroom kits, and information on the culinary uses and health benefits of Top Cap's varieties.

Join the adventure.


CABARET, the Musical

Friday, May 4th, 2018 - Sunday, May 13th, 2018, 8 PM; 3 PM

Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley
1 Lawson Road , Kensington, CA 94707

In

May 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13 Cabaret, the musical by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and based on the book by Joe Masteroff, is presented by Theatre of the Blue Moon, directed by Erin Merritt, music direction by Scrumbly Koldewyn and featuring Clay David as the Emcee, Emily Radosevich as Sally, and Donna Davis* as Fraulein Schneider. 8pm on Fridays & Saturdays; 3pm on Sundays.

“It was the end of the world…and we were both fast asleep.” From the decadence and decay of a country’s most liberal city rises a powerful force its progressive populace can not control desire to make a country great again, but at what cost? Outside, life is disappointing. So, quick come inside Berlin’s Kit Kat Klub of 1930, where the music is jumping, the girls and boys are willing, and absolutely anything can happen.

Post-Show TalkBack on Sunday, May 6 and Pre-Show Talk on Friday, May 11 at 7pm with the Director. WARNING: This production may not be suitable for people under 18.

Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley
1 Lawson Road, Kensington, CA 94707

Tickets $20 adult, $15 students, available at the door or through brownpapertickets.com. No one turned away for lack of funds. uucb.org or 510-525-0302.
*Member, Actors Equity Association, an AEA-Approved Production.

TEEN NIGHT! De Colores

Saturday, May 5th, 2018 - Saturday, May 5th, 2018, 5 - 7 pm

Berkeley Art Center
1275 Walnut Street

In Berkeley

Under the direction of BAC's Teen Arts Management Residents, this inaugural event in the teen residency program will be a colorful evening of hands-on activities, music, food and art exploration designed by teens for teens. Come celebrate our exhibition The Measure of Enjoyment, make a guerrilla mosaic with art Kristina Young, test your color taste buds, and collect colors to earn raffle tickets.

Saturday, May 5, 5-7pm
Free admission

Riding with the Wind - A Book Talk with Monona Yin & Grant Din

Sunday, May 6th, 2018 - Sunday, May 6th, 2018, 2:00PM

Oakland Asian Cultural Center
388 9th Street Suite 290

In Oakland

Riding with the Wind: Three Generations of My Family in China

In her new memoir, Riding with the Wind: Three Generations of My Family in China, Fay Hoh Yin paints an indelible portrait of her unusual family as the imperial era ends and war with Japan begins. Her mother is among the first women in centuries to escape foot binding and arranged marriage. She then uses her newfound freedom to study physical education in the US in the early 1920s, returning to China to become a pioneering educator for the next seventy years.

Oakland Asian Cultural Center 388 Ninth Street, Ste 290 Oakland, CA 94607

510-637-0455 www.oacc.cc

Free and Open to the Public

Suggested Donations: $5 to $20


OACC is supported by the Akonadi Foundation, the San Francisco Foundation, City of Oakland, Hewlett Foundation, Asian Pacific Fund, City of Oakland Cultural Funding Program, Comerica Bank, Five Arts Fund, and individual donors.



Oakland Asian Cultural Center 388 Ninth Street, Ste 290 Oakland, CA 94607

510-637-0455 www.oacc.cc

Free and Open to the Public

Suggested Donations: $5 to $20



OACC is supported by the Akonadi Foundation, the San Francisco Foundation, City of Oakland, Hewlett Foundation, Asian Pacific Fund, City of Oakland Cultural Funding Program, Comerica Bank, Five Arts Fund, and individual donors.

Jazz Bassist & Vocalist Kurt Ribak – CD Release Concert

Monday, May 7th, 2018 - Monday, May 7th, 2018, 8pm

Freight & Salvage
2020 Addison St.

In Berkeley

Bay Area bassist, bandleader, composer, and jazz vocalist, Kurt Ribak describes his music as “Charles Mingus meets The Meters. They go to Duke Ellington’s house to jam, and Cachao and Thelonious Monk sit in.”

Ribak (pronounced REE-bok), who has recorded 4 CDs (Kurt Ribak Trio in 2005, more in 2007, gone in 2009, and I Got One More! in 2015) and has appeared on a dozen other recordings will celebrate the launch of his 5th CD, "onward," with a CD release party on May 7th at Freight & Salvage in Berkeley. The concert will feature his band: Ribak (bass and vocals), Greg Sankovich (keyboards), Lincoln Adler (saxophone), Myles Boisen (electric guitar and lap steel guitar), Alan Hall (drums), and Michaelle Goerlitz (percussion). Special guests will be Ross Wilson (brass) and Sheilani Alix and Lorna K (vocals).

Growing up, Ribak found music where he could: when he was four years old his mother found him dancing to the sound of the dishwasher. (More conventional early musical experiences included playing cello and singing in the San Francisco Boys Chorus.) The Berkeley native attended UC Berkeley (where he played classical music and played in the UC Jazz Ensembles) and later attended Berklee College of Music, where he met keyboardist Greg Sankovich and reconnected with his fellow San Francisco Boys Chorus alumnus, saxophonist Lincoln Adler.

Ribak’s music enjoys airplay on the Bay Area’s KCSM Radio as well as other jazz stations nationwide. He has led his group at venues throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, including appearances at the Fillmore Street Jazz Festival, the Boom Boom Room, and sold-out appearances at Yoshi’s.

Workshop: Take Your Practice to the Next Level: Advocating for What You Need

Saturday, May 12th, 2018 - Saturday, May 12th, 2018, 1:30-5pm

Luna Dance Institute
605 Addison Street

In Berkeley

This half-day workshop combines shorter workshops offered in the past: Communicating the Value of Dance; Proposal Writing; and Advocacy & Action. Working on multiple levels, participants explore advocating for resources; expanding programs to new audiences; and/or creating new policies. Hands-on activities will help you articulate audiences, create communications in multiple media, and develop strong messages to move your dance program forward. Designed for teaching practitioner as change agent. No prerequisite. Arts educators from all disciplines welcome.

ArtEsteem's 20th Annual Exhibition

Saturday, May 12th, 2018 - Saturday, May 12th, 2018, 3 PM- 6 PM

Attitudinal Healing Connection
1960 Mandela Parkway Oakland, CA 94607

In Oakland

oin Us for ArtEsteem's 20th Annual Art Exhibition!

This year we are celebrating two decades of creativity and empowerment with our annual ArtEsteem Art Exhibition: Igniting Change Through Creativity! Come support the work of ArtEsteem students throughout Oakland and the larger Bay Area. Over 100 pieces of original art and writings by youth that spread a conscious message of love, justice, and environmental awareness.

Work will be for sale and students receive 50% of proceeds!

Bring friends and family and show your love. The exhibit event will feature art created exclusively by children and youth, ages 4 to 18.

ArtEsteem is Attitudinal Healing Connection’s award-winning art and literacy program that develops creative, engaged, and successful children and youth through building knowledge and emotional, social, academic and intellectual skills. Founded in 1995, ArtEsteem engages students and supports their positive development – body, mind, and heart. Participants discover how to self-reflect and dream, as well as focus on their tasks and “follow through” by completing their art projects. Our methods guide students to think practically about the world and their abilities to manifest positive and creative outcomes. We ask participants to re-define the self as a hero with embodied superpowers to create a more loving and peaceful world. Superheroes imagined by students have been used as the conceptual designs and inspiration for the Oakland Super Heroes Mural Project.



Saturday, May 12th

Attitudinal Healing Connection's new location @ American Steel

1960 Mandela Parkway

Oakland, CA

3pm-6pm

Self As Superhero 3-Day Workshop

Friday, May 18th, 2018 - Tuesday, March 20th, 2018, May 18th: 7pm-9pm, May 19th: 10am-6pm, May 20th: 10am-1pm

Attitudinal Healing Connection
1960 Mandela Parkway Oakland, CA 94607

In Oakland

We are excited to announce a three-day, arts-integrated Self As Super Hero Workshop! Hosted by AHC Executive Director and author Amana Harris, this event will guide participants through the inspiring "Self As Super Hero Book: Handbook for Creating the Life Size Self Portrait" curriculum.

This workshop is for inspiring Superheroes of all ages.

Self As Super Hero has taken hundreds of children, youth, and adults through a journey of self-exploration, family and cultural research, societal assessment, and development of aesthetic tools for artistic creation. An ArtEsteem program, Self As Super Hero assists educators, community members, parents, and students in developing creative and engaging content to building knowledge and emotional, social, academic and intellectual skills. We looking forward to sharing this empowering experience with you.

ArtEsteem is Attitudinal Healing Connection’s award-winning art and literacy program that develops creative, engaged, and successful children and youth through building knowledge and emotional, social, academic and intellectual skills. Founded in 1995, ArtEsteem engages students and supports their positive development – body, mind, and heart. Participants discover how to self-reflect and dream, as well as focus on their tasks and “follow through” by completing their art projects. Our methods guide students to think practically about the world and their abilities to manifest positive and creative outcomes. We ask participants to re-define the self as a hero with embodied superpowers to create a more loving and peaceful world. Superheroes imagined by students have been used as the conceptual designs and inspiration for the Oakland Super Heroes Mural Project.

Friday, May 18th 7pm-9pm

Saturday, May 19th 10am-6pm

Sunday, May 20th 10am-1pm



Location: 1960 Mandela Parkway, Oakland (Enter on Mandela Parkway and 20th Street)

Oakland Superhero Walking Tour

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 - Saturday, June 2nd, 2018, 1 PM- 3PM

Attitudinal Healing Connection
1960 Mandela Parkway Oakland, CA 94607

In Oakland

In light of the January unveiling of our 4th Oakland Super Hero Mural on West st @ 30th st, we invite you to join Attitudinal Healing Connection in our first mural walking tour!

Learn how West Oakland kids have courageously taken action with their art and imagination to create these larger-than-life characters with the powers to solve what they see as our communities biggest challenges. Aspiring Superheros of all ages are welcome to explore these vibrant public art pieces and participate in a family-friendly art workshop to bring the inspiration home.

We will be meeting at Attitudinal Healing Connection's new location at American Steel and van together to each of the four Super Hero Murals. Together, we will learn the powerful stories behind the characters featured in each mural and how students, local artists, and community members worked tirelessly to create this truly collaborative series.

Oakland Super Heroes Mural Project (OSH) is a crucial community development effort led by Amana Harris, Artist and Executive Director of Attitudinal Healing Connection (AHC) in Oakland. The project will engage 300 youth to be change agents in their community. The goal is to resolve issues that plague our city, create jobs for artists, enhance our neighborhoods and reduce blight. AHC is proud to share the progress of the first large-scale mural beautification and revitalization public art project in West Oakland/Emeryville.

Self As Super Hero has taken hundreds of children, youth, and adults through a journey of self-exploration, family and cultural research, societal assessment, and development of aesthetic tools for artistic creation. An ArtEsteem program, Self As Super Hero assists educators, community members, parents, and students in developing creative and engaging content to building knowledge and emotional, social, academic and intellectual skills. We looking forward to sharing this empowering experience with you.

ArtEsteem is Attitudinal Healing Connection’s award

Alameda County Fair

Friday, June 15th, 2018 - Sunday, July 8th, 2018, 11am-11pm

Alameda County Fairgrounds
4501 Pleasanton Avenue

In

The 2018 Alameda County Fair returns to the Alameda County Fairgrounds June 15-July 8, offering exciting new rides and attractions, star-studded concerts, extreme actions sports, craft beer, cocktail & wine tasting festivals, discount days, and much more.

The Fair will kick off the festivities on Friday, June 15 at 10:30am with its Opening Day Cattle Drive, featuring real-life cowboys and cowgirls driving a massive herd of cattle through the streets of Downtown Pleasanton.

In addition to the popular carnival games and rides, there will be some exciting new attractions, including a high-flying gondola SkyRide and an adrenaline packed ride for thrill seekers called TURBO. The fair will also feature the traditional favorites like exhibits, animals, Kids Park, STEAM weekends, horseraces, and of course, some of the world’s greatest Fair food.

SNACKDOWN FRYday returns on June 22 where the Fair’s top food vendors roll out their newest and wildest creations in a battle for the championship belt. Plus, snack seekers can enjoy bite sized versions of select fair treats for just $2 every Thursday from 11am-5pm.

The 2018 Big O Tires Concert Series lineup is back and better than ever offering show-stopping performances from Blue Oyster Cult, Shaggy, En Vogue, LeAnn Rimes, 38 Special, Smash Mouth, Sir Mix-a-Lot, WAR and much more. All seats are reserved and tickets are available now through the Fair’s website.

The Alameda County Fair is open from 11am-11pm, June 15-July 8. (Closed June 18-19, June 25-26, July 2-3). General admission ranges from $10-$15, and special pre-fair ticket pricing and discount days are available. For more information, visit www.alamedacountyfair.com

AXIS Dance Company Summer Intensive

Monday, August 6th, 2018 - Wednesday, August 15th, 2018, All Day

Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts
1428 Alice St. Suite 200, Oakland, CA 94612

In Oakland

Apply by March 31st, 2018, 11:59PM PST
http://www.axisdance.org/2018-summer-intensive-application

Learn new skills in three different modules derived from the company’s working ethos and repertoire that will enhance and develop your own practice in improvisation, choreography and performance, and dance education. Back by popular demand, our specialized 3-day teacher training provides professional dance teachers and experienced artists the chance to enhance their skills and working methods in inclusive dance and translation for dancers with physical disabilities. Modules taught by AXIS Company Dancers and led by internationally renowned choreographer and AXIS Dance Company's Artistic Director Marc Brew.

Partial and full scholarships available!



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