Welcome

ANNOUNCING 
THE PAUL TAYLOR 2 DANCE COMPANY
RESIDENCY AND EXCHANGE AT STONYBROOK UNIVERSITY
IN
THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
AT
THE CENTER FOR DANCE MOVEMENT AND SOMATIC LEARNING
 
APRIL 18 - MAY 6TH
JOIN US FOR EXCITING DANCE CLASSES, OPEN CREATIVE LABS, INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOPS
AND OPPORTUNITIES TO OBSERVE A PROFESSIONAL DANCE COMPANY IN REHEARSAL
CLICK HERE FOR HERE FOR THE SCHEDULE AND EVENTS
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RECENT PRESS FROM THE MIGRATIONS OF HUMAN DESIRE PROJECT
Migrations of Human Desire 
Concept, Direction, Choreographer: Amy Yopp Sullivan
Composers: Arvo Part, Philip Glass, Alva Noto + Ryuichi Nakamoto, Joseph Bertolozzi
DAN 400 Performance Dance Ensemble Members
Performers and Movement Invention Collaborators:
Alysha Bullock, Chloe Cassaday, Tim Chak, Nicholas Cheung, Rachel Cocca, Lily Coyle, Allison Gallant, Lila Glansberg, Asia Grant-Murray,
Katrina Jones, Tara Judge, Cary Lamb, Anneliese Marcojohn, Jessica McCarrick, Nikkahalia McFarlane, Alexandra Palma, Denice Patterson, 
Katelyn Richer, Patricia Soberano, Molly Swartz
Assistant to the Director for technical runs: Dyandra Folks, Kayla Waterman
Production Manger and Lighting Design: David Ullman
Stage Manager: Sarah Costantino
Sound Board Operators: Emil Stalzer, Namita Chaturvad, Derick Sears
Lighting Board Operators: Justin Maldonado, Morgan O'Neill
Intern for the Dance Center: Tim Chak
Assistant to the Director, Photography, Media and Design: Kim Ye ji
Program Cover Design: Cary Lamb
The "MIGRATIONS OF HUMAN DESIRE" Project
in performance
At the Charles B. Wang Center Theatre
April 7, 8, and 9, 2016 at 6:30pm
Tickets at SAC or at the Door
Students/Alums $5; Faculty/Staff $8
Community $10
program cover for migrations
Photography by Ye Ji KIm, ©2016, 
Program Cover (above) by Cary Lamb;  Flyers (below) by Ye Ji Kim
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NEW SUMMER DANCE PROGRAM FOR TEENS AND ADULTS
ANNOUNCING EXCITING
Summer 2016 Dance Intensives
 
Click Here for Class Schedules and Fees
Sensational Experiences in Dance
with Dance Faculty
 
Click on each name below for faculty information 
Roger Jeffrey
Roger Jeffrey
Maria Loreta Celitan photo
Maria Loreta Celitan
AMY SULLIVAN PHOTO
Amy Yopp Sullivan
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Upcoming Projects for Spring Semester 2016
Performance Project:
Migrations of Human Desire©
April 7, 8, and 9, 2016
 
Artists in Residence: The Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company
April 18 - May 5, 2016
 
Dancing Through the Park©:
A Community Think Tank for those experiencing Parkinson's Disease
First meeting in 2016, January 29th at 3pm
Studio 114, Nassau Hall
 
 
Recent Events in Fall 2015
November 2-5, 2015
Artist in Residence

Carlo Antonio Villaneuva

114 Nassau Hall, Stony Brook University Campus

Observers and Participants Welcome, as space allows.
Come, join be inspired through the Art of Dance Making
Part of the "Dance for a Dollar" Series
All Sessions : $1.00
carlo residency
 
FALL PERFORMANCE:
Sol y Sombra Dance Company at the Center
Thursday Evening, September 10 at 7pm
 
      flamenco performance fall 2015
 
 
  "THE BODY IS THE NEW CLASSROOM"
(Sullivan, 2011)
 
Introducing
THE BODY MATTERS SERIES 2013-14
internal views of body
 
BodyMind Performance Lab 
 “While machines will replace humans in some tasks, they’ll also amplify us, enabling us to do things we never dreamed of doing before..We’ll enter into a new kind of partnership with these machines—one that will shine light on the unique comparative advantages of humans: thinking, creativity, spontaneity, adaptability, and improvisation.”
Marina Gorbis, The Institute for the Future
 
Innovations in Student Learning 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

PAUL TAYLOR 2 DANCE COMPANY IN RESIDENCY AND EXCHANGE 

APRIL 18- MAY 6, 2016

SCHEDULE, CLICK HERE

 

Spring 2016 Performance:

"Migrations of Human Desire"

April 7, 8, and 9, 2016 at 6:30pm

Tickets at the Door

Students and Alums: $5.00

Faculty/Staff : $8.00

Community Members : $10.00

 

Festival of the Moving Body

Stony Brook University

Research Consortium Fall 2016

check back for more information

 

 

 

 

 

Stony Brook University,  115-C Nassau Hall, Stony Brook, NY 11794-6240,  Phone: 631-632-7392
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