Upcoming Performances!

April 2023

Dancer for Stephanie Patrick at “Smorg” performed at Cafe Dance
Dancer for “Whirligig” by Early Era Collective

September 2022

 “Multiple Narratives on Performance” organized by Octave Foundation and Nachom Arts Foundation in collaboration with Books & Coffee, Imphal, Manipur (India) on 2nd September 2022 at 5pm.
“Listening to the Body” organized by Octave Foundation and Nachom Arts Foundation on 4th September from 3-5pm in Imphal, Manipur (India).

October 2021

Presenting Engage: Addressing questions on Perception and Sensuality from a Tilted angle at DSA 2021
Engage at Dance Film Night: I(solo)ation

Engage is being shown at Austin Community College event, “Dance Film Night: i(solo)action,” on October 7th, at 6 pm CST.

Event description: “Current ACC Dance students can reserve their seat for the Fall 2021 Dance Film Night: i(solo)ation. This event takes place Thursday, October 7 @ 6:00pm in the new Highland Campus Dance Studio (Building 2000, Room 2550). Alternatively, you are welcome to watch the livestream (same date/time) on our facebook page: facebook.com/acc.dance.dept
The event is FREE.

Lisa Anne Kobdish is once again curating and hosting an awesome evening of screendance. Lisa has sourced some fabulous solo works to show on the BIG SCREEN, and we’ll plan for a soft (7:30-ish) ending to allow for discussion. This time, we are opening our doors to currently registered dance and somatics students (that is, those registered in any DANC or SMED class during the Fall 2021 semester). We are still waiting for the green light to open our events to the public.

All in-person attendees will be required to remain masked during the event, and we are limiting in-person attendance. Seats are socially distanced and available on a first come first served basis.”

September 2021

Best Dance Film: Engage

July-August 2021

Online Workshop: Perceiving the body: here and from here

Saturday, Jul 24 2021
10:30 AM – 12:15 PM PST

Saturday, Aug 7 2021
3:30 PM – 5:15 PM PST

Perceiving the body: here and from here is a workshop to dismantle a privileged and exclusionary somatic language. We acknowledge how “contemporary,” “postmodern,” and “somatics” are not “neutral” techniques, dance forms and styles, but are highly racialized and exclusionary. Instead of transcending or diluting national, ethnic, racial, and gendered differences, this practice intends to make these differences palpable and tangible by attending to our corpo-sensorial experiences. By holding collective space, we reframe hegemonic narratives through which certain bodies are perceived. We unearth the vitality of our moving bodies in realizing equitable futures, resistive collectivities, and solidarities.

About Pieter Performance Space, Los Angeles:

Pieter Performance Space is an open platform for the LA dance community to exchange resources and information with each other and the broader dance worldPieter is a non-profit organization that provides a space for dancers to create a nurturing society. Based on holistic support for all bodies, an open exchange of ideas and a reciprocity of generosity, Pieter is a place to be comfortable in the body-mind-spirit. Through workshops, classes, public performances and residencies, dancers work and play together in a non-hierarchical environment. Ideas are embodied, exchanged and transformed rather than owned. There is a belief in abundance and goodness. There is a belief that everyone has something to give. At Pieter, brave dancing bodies are at home.

April-May 2021

Engage has been officially selected in the New York Tri-State International Film Festival https://www.newyorktristatefilm.com/

March 2021

Engage has been selected as a ‘Finalist’ in the New Wave Short Film Festival, Munich, Germany.

More information about the festival: https://www.newwavefilmfestival.com

Engage is being showcased as part of the Austin Dance Hub’s Virtual Showcase on 12th March, 2021. For more information about the event: https://www.austindancehub.com


Donation are welcome at venmo id: @Sanchita-Sharma02

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