The Friday Round Up

Oh sunshine where have you gone?? Oh well – lots to keep you busy this weekend if the rain stays with us.  Have a great week!

Friday and Saturday night, Art for Impact presents theatre, dance and live visual art by a selection of outstanding artists.  All proceeds from the event go to Art for Impact’s ” !mpact Project”- our newest initiative-which includes arts programming for underprivileged youth, a mentorship program, art for social change workshops/forums, and more. The fun begins at 7pm each evening with music on the outdoor stage of the CBC, with other events taking place in CBC Studio 700. Tix $20 at the door.

Interplay Project 2Also Friday and Saturday June 8 and 9 The Contingency Plan and Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre present, The Interplay Project, an interdisciplinary performance lab that invites audiences to engage with experimental new works by established and emerging Vancouver artists. The Interplay Project is a contemporary performance lab that celebrates innovation and experimentation in the performing arts. Curated by The Contingency Plan, the production provides an opportunity for artists to play, challenge and discover new ideas around performance: How can a performance space be re-imagined and transformed from what is expected in a black box theatre? How can the art of live performance continue to surprise, provoke and engage with its audience? THE INTERPLAY PROJECT is thrilled to present six diverse, interdisciplinary artistic partnerships from emerging and established artists. Tix $15 at the door.

NGJCFriday through Sunday June 7 – 9 the In the House Festival presents a huge number of artists, among them dancers, musicians and jugglers! The events are too long to list, but of particular interest is Worlds of Dance : Really wish you could go around the world in 80 days? Now you can go around the world in just over 80 minutes (105 minutes to be precise)! From flamenco to hip hop, contemporary to bellydance it’s a tour around the world through dance. 2pm Saturday June 8, 1940 Napier St, Vancouver. (Photo by Yvonne Chew)

Wednesday June 12 in the Dance Centre’s Co:Lab, Choreographer and Artistic Director of Kinesis Dance Somatheatro Paras Terezakis, Visual Artist Josh Hite and Sound Artist Kristen Roos are exploring new approaches to movement invention using “unheard sounds” and “live feed video”. Various microphones and image capture equipment will be on hand in the lab in this open rehearsal and discussion. 4pm Dance Centre.

 June 11 thru 15 Slowpoke: A Journey into the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, presented by Radix Theatre but created and performed by Billy Marchenski and dancer Alison Denham, with direction by James Fagan Tail and live music by Beverly Dobrinsky. At the Russian Hall, 600 Campbell Avenue, Vancouver. 8pm .Tix

~ by DanceHouse on June 7, 2013.

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