THE DUET PROJECT: DISTANCE IS MALLEABLE
Sep
12
to Sep 14

THE DUET PROJECT: DISTANCE IS MALLEABLE

Eiko Otake collaborates with artists of diverse backgrounds and disciplines, both living and dead, for her evolving Duet project. Eiko is accompanied by Ishmael Houston -Jones, Marc Mccloughan, Alexis Moh. This performance will take place during PICA’s 17th Annual Time-Based Art Festival in Portland, Oregon,

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Exerce master degree program
Nov
12
to Nov 22

Exerce master degree program

Ishmael Houston Jones will be teaching at the Exerce master degree program at ICI - Institut Chorégraphique International - (CCN, Centre Chorégraphique National)

“ A mix between experimental academy and caravanserai.”

ICI—CCN is designed like a home for artists. It is an open laboratory, respectful of the past and looking to the future, a cross between an experimental academy and a caravanserai: 

  • an experimental academy: like a particle accelerator focusing and driving creation, research, training and production of original knowledge.

  • a caravanserai: the ultimate place for dialogue, boosting diffusion, transmission and outreach to the general public and to new horizons.

Intertwined and mutually dependent, the two concepts come together in this hotbed of creation, fed by the challenges of dance and all that comes with it. The doors of the house are wide open to all those wishing to join the adventure, and come on board for this singular journey to discover choreographic multiplicity and the abundance of creative diversity.



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The Edwin Booth Award Ceremony
Apr
15
6:30 PM18:30

The Edwin Booth Award Ceremony

  • Martin E. Segal Theatre Center The Graduate Center, CUNY (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Edwin Booth Award was estab­lished in 1983 by the Doctoral Theatre Students Association (DTSA) of the CUNY Graduate Center to honor an individual or organization that has had a significant impact on theatre and performance in New York.

Ishmael Houston-Jones will be the 2019 recipient of this award.

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Movement Reasearch MELT - Dancing Text / Texting Dance
Jan
11
to Jan 19

Movement Reasearch MELT - Dancing Text / Texting Dance

This workshop lead by Ishmael Houston-Jones will use several improvisation strategies to open a free flow of immediate, spontaneous and automatic writing, speaking and dancing.The materials explored in this workshop will culminate with a public manifestation at The Museum of Modern Art, in conjunction with Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done.

January 11 12:30-3:30pm, MR@122CC

January 12 1:30-4:30pm, MR@122CC

January 14 6pm-9pm, MoMA

January 17 3-5pm, MoMA

January 19 3pm-5pm, MoMA


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