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Morning Class with Michelle Boulé

Morning Class with Michelle Boulé
Event on 2017-09-21 00:00:00
Company: Movement Research
Venue: Danspace Project
Location: New York, NY

photo by Colin Conces

Morning Class with Michelle Boulé

September 19-28

TUE THU 10am-12pm

Danspace Project

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This class uses guided improvisations and simple exercises, inspired by Boulé’s studies of numerous somatic and energetic modalities, to find a maximally informed and creative approach to dancing where everyone has space to honor their own unique systems for movement. Class ends with the application of this information to choreographed phrase work.

Michelle Boulé is a Brooklyn-based dance artist. Her choreography has been presented recently by The Chocolate Factory, Met Breuer, Danspace Project, River to River Festival, American Realness, and ISSUE Project Room, and has toured to Chicago, Philadelphia, Latvia, Canada, and Ireland. Boulé’s choreographic support includes a NYFA Choreography Fellowship, Cloud Prize, Jerome Foundation Travel & Study Grant, Boekelheide Creativity Award, Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grants, BAX Space Grant, and DanceWEB. Residencies include Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Extended Life, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, collective address, Movement Research, DanceHouse (Dublin), and SKITE (France). She received a 2010 “Bessie” Award and 2015 “Bessie” nomination for her performance work with Miguel Gutierrez from 2001-2015. Other artists she has worked with include John Jasperse, John Scott, Deborah Hay, and currently Bebe Miller. She has taught throughout North America, Europe, Australia and Asia, and maintains a private BodyTalk practice based in Brooklyn.

at The Ontological Theatre at St. Mark’s Church
131 E 10th St, near 2nd avenue
New York, United States

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