Thank you to everyone who supported us in Riverside at The Box and in SF at Joe Goode Annex! We appreciate your support for this huge endeavor!
counterpoint/shift (re-boot) reflects a weekly process with local Riverside dancers. This practice involves solo, duet, and ensemble work in the form of improvisational scores and every now and again, a sharing of some of the choreographies created by the linking together of the scores. This work relies upon the “close read” of several movement skills that become the central theme of a score. Each dancer offers their input to fine-tune and shape a piece.
Collaboration and Improvisation: Irvin Gonzalez, Rebekah Guerra, Ariel Green-Hill, Rosa Rodriguez Frazier, Edwin Siguenza, Stephen Tanner, Tracy Tom-Hoon, Elizabeth Villalobos
Originators: Megan Fowler-Hurst and C.J. Logel
Artistic Direction: Sue Roginski
an evening of dance and mingling
Long Night of Arts and Innovation (October ’17) with Tawee Kiva Roark
Thank you to everyone who came and supported us at the Culver!
With Tawee Kiva Roark
Long Night of Arts & Innovation
(Riverside, October, 2015)
“move like you move like you” at danceSTORM
photo by Jonathan Godoy
with Rosa, Irvin, Megan, and Tracy at Culver Center of the Arts
(Riverside, June, 2015)
flier design by Irvin
(Pasadena, July, 2014)
photo by Ian
with Megan, Tracy, Rosa, and C.J. at RIVERSIDE ART MUSEUM
(Riverside, August, 2013)