This session will introduce participants to the art of body percussion in an aim to bridge the gap between dance and musical language. Open to UW students.
Workshop – “Urban Tones: Expanding Animations”
From Slow-Motion to Ticking, Gliding and isolations, this workshop will explore how these ways of moving can be expanded upon to develop narrative and character-driven dance performance. Going beyond the technique, the session fuses pedestrian action, character work and animation dance conventions to explore how these dances, influenced by animated stories on screen, can be the starting point for telling stories for all styles of movement makers.
Dance, Film and Future Landscapes at the International Symposium on Screendance
A live panel discussion on Dance, Film and Future Landscapes, featuring panelists Harmony Bench, Omari ‘Motion’ Carter, Li Chiao-Ping, Gabri Christa, Charlotte Griffin, and Katrina McPherson.
In Pursuit of Joy: A Screendance BBQ in Movers and Shakers, Wisconsin Film Festival
In Pursuit of Joy: A Screendance BBQ, a film by IVAP artist Omari ‘Motion’ Carter, will be presented during the 24th annual Wisconsin Film Festival’s shorts block titled Movers and Shakers. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with attending filmmakers featured in the block. Tickets may be purchased in advance or day-of. Student tickets are free with student ID.
UW–Madison to host screendance practitioner, body-percussionist and lecturer Omari ‘Motion’ Carter for International Visiting Artist Program
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts welcomes Omari ‘Motion’ Carter to campus April 7–15, 2022 through the International Visiting Artist Program (IVAP). A collaboration between the Division of the Arts and the International …
State of the Art: International Screendance Symposium Events held at H’Doubler Performance Space in Lathrop Hall from April 10-13, 2022
We are pleased to announce State of the Art: The 2022 International Symposium on Screendance, directed by UW–Madison Art Department Professor Douglas Rosenberg. The event will be held at the University of Wisconsin–Madison from April …
Arts Together! events bring faculty together to meet each other, share in collaborative ideas, and explore opportunities for funding creative research as we celebrate the arts on campus. This month, we are convening around the possibilities of screendance, screen performance, and ideas of the live digital performance.