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SharedSpace – March 29 2019

7:30pm - 1:30am

Mark Morris Dance Center

3 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, New York — United States

SharedSpace provides an informal platform for choreographers of all styles to present in-progress work to diverse audiences, with feedback conversations guided by established dance artists. Join us to provide encouragement, critique, and community.

7:15pm Doors Open
7:30-8:30pm Performances
8:30-9:30pm Feedback Conversation

$10/person

Featuring:

Jennifer Chin presenting cicatrice/cicatrix
Mozaik Dance presenting Sad Hope
Eveline Kleinjans presenting Rhythmic Current
Rodney A. Brown presenting Making Health Information Accessible with Dance Composition
Barry Kerollis presenting A Modern Ritual


MODERATOR: Mark Travis Rivera

At 17, Mark Travis Rivera became the youngest person to artistically direct and found a physically integrated dance company (marked dance project) in the United States. An award-winning activist, author, choreographer, dancer, and speaker, Rivera creates artwork that reflects his lived experience as a Latinx, disabled, gay, and gender nonconforming artist. As a dancer, he has apprenticed for Heidi Latsky Dance (New York City) and AXIS Dance Company (Oakland, CA). He earned a B.A. in women's and gender studies, with a minor in public relations from William Paterson University. As an activist, he has spoken in front of audiences at Harvard University, New York University, and MIT, to name a few. As a writer, he has been published in The Huffington Post, Fox News Latino, and North Jersey Media Group. In August of 2017, Rivera published his first collection of poems and essays, Drafts: An Imperfect Collection of Writing available on Amazon. He currently teaches integrated dance at Gibney. To learn more, visit www.MarkTravisRivera.com.   

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