Join members of Companhia Urbana de Danca for this special Masterclass on Afro-Brazilian dance. Reviewing the heart of Brazilian hip-hop, this class will delve into the emotional depth and expressive range of Brazilian Street Dance. Masterclasses take place in the Perret Performance Studio.
This World Made Itself is a multimedia live performance work combining projected animation and the artist's own shadow silhouette, as she interacts with the fantastical world of the video, merging film and theater to create a unique kind of spectacle.
Artichoke Dance presents a roving work that leads audiences through the tumbling journey of the abandoned, discarded and highly mobile single-use plastic bag. The performances take place in the Museum's Courtyard in conjunction with an on-site conversation.
Join us for a special Earth Day Conversation with Lynn Neuman of Artichoke Dance Company. This Conversation will explore Lynn's piece entitled Liberate the Earth, which is a roving dance work that leads audiences through the tumbling journey of the abandoned, discarded and highly mobile single-use plastic bag.
The twice-Grammy nominated Spektral Quartet actively pursues a vivid conversation between exhilarating works of the traditional repertoire and those written this decade, this year, or this week.
Join Luciano Rosso & Alfonso Baron from Argentina for a discussion about physical theater and their latest work Un Poyo Rojo, an interesting crossover between dance, sport and sexuality.
This text-less play is a hybrid of dance, sport, and sexuality, which uses body language to explore the limits of movement and gesture. It's a provocation, an invitation for us to laugh at ourselves and at the same time, to accept ourselves entirely.
Join Luciano Rosso & Alfonso Baron from Argentina for a special class on physical theater held in the Perret Performance Studio. They will explore the use of body language in reaching the limits of movement and its subsequent interpretations.
Skyway is a celebration of artistic practices in the Tampa Bay region, as it is a collaboration between four institutions: the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg; The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota; the Tampa Museum of Art; and the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa.