Announcing Performances of the Somerville Arts Council’s Art Assembled AiR Program
Artists have been hard at work in the studios to bring you in-progress showings, performances, and experiences from May into the summer.
WHO? Jackie O'Riley and Rebecca McGowan
Jackie O'Riley and Rebecca McGowan are a duet specializing in old-style traditional Irish dance. Originally drawn to the grace, musicality, and subtlety of older steps, they have been dancing and creating together for the past 12 years.
As dancers who often work with musicians, we are deeply interested in musical textures. We are playing at the edges, blurring music and dance. This residency will support an exploration into ways dance can create layers in arrangement.
B-randi is known for her unique styles in contemporary style of movement she pioneers called skin out. Her style pushes folks to the edge as she utilized femininity and movement to capture you.
Once Upon A Dream. This artistic style originated when Brandi woke up from a sleepless night…. A night of thunder. A divine manifestation of cosmic order.
WHO? Caroline Bradbury and Claire Lane | detritus Dance
Caroline Bradbury and Claire Lane are dance artists focused on deconstruction through multidisciplinary forms including movement practices, painting, and collage. They began collaborating in the Fall of 2021.
"in the Ether" explores how our Roman Catholic upbringing formed our coming-of-age into womanhood. With the influence of women represented in biblical lore and myth, we hope to further investigate the cyclical transformations that occur in our lives.
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This work has been supported by a Somerville Arts Council ArtAssembled Residency (AiR) fellowship.