Here’s some info on a great workshop coming up this week on how to copyright dance. Choreography is Copyrightable is a 360ARTISTS initiative designed to inform and educate our choreographers about their rights under copyright law and the benefits of enforcing these rights. For choreographers to receive protection under copyright
YardEdge welcomes guest blogger Safi Harriott! This Thursday, April 22nd from 2PM to 4PM there will be a fun and totally free of cost dance workshop at Edna Manley School of Dance. This workshop will be facilitated by visiting artists from Canada and New York and will be based in
Last year L’Acadco – A United Caribbean Dance Force celebrated a successful 25th staging to sold out enthusiastic audiences. This year the company presents “SHIPS’ LOG – Daaance Coconut Daaance,” a historical account of our heritage from slavery to present day. This season will take place at the Philip Sherlock
Calling all dancers! Kofi’s contemporary dance class will be starting again on Tuesday, February 1 at Edna Manley from 6 to 7:30. See his facebook page for more info.
The Philip Sherlock Center for the Creative Arts is presenting the 2nd Annual Jamaica Dance Umbrella (JDU) from Friday March 5th to Sunday March 7th. This amazing dance event is being dubbed “a celebration of excellence in dance theater” and is dedicated this year to Professor Rex Nettleford.
Nouveau Americain opens at the Joyce Soho Theatre on November 19 to 22. Jamaican dancer Justin Lynch dances this season with Naganuma Dance, a multi ethnic modern dance company based in New York. Naganuma Dance makes its Joyce Soho Theatre debut with Nouveau Americain, a collection of vignettes by Darcy
Stefanie Belnavis presents ‘NOT FOR EGO, BEYOND SELF, NOT OF THIS WORLD’, a benefit dance performance in aid of the Salvation Army’s Home for Children, “The Nest” and Stefanie’s Master’s programme in Dance Movement Therapy at Antioch University. Stefanie’s goal is to become a Certified Dance Movement Therapist with the
The art of body, the science of movement and the spirit of Jamaica. Performances by: Neila Ebanks, Stefanie Belnavis, Kerry-Ann Henry, Marita Hitchins Dancers of Jamaica, Kyisha Patterson, Michael Holgate, Sodanne Professional Moves & Shady Squad Philip Sherlock Centre 8pm Admission: Contributions welcome
This weekend is the inauguration of the Avant-Garde (dance) Festival at the gargantuan (Judson Church in Washington Sq Park) with choreographer Nina Buisson and several other guest artists.