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Informal Showings

ADF is pleased to host free informal showings of dance pieces in progress at our Scripps Studios. Space is limited, and registration is required (please see the event listings below for the event registration forms).

Miguel Gutierrez

An in-formal, in-process studio visit with Miguel Gutierrez and performer collaborators in his new work Super Nothing, which will premiere at New York Live Arts in 2025 as the culmination of a two-year Randjelović/Stryker Resident Commissioned Artist residency.

Super Nothing engages performers from New York and Los Angeles—Jay Carlon (LA), Justin Faircloth (NYC), Wendell Gray (NYC), and Evelyn Sanchez (LA). How do the dynamics of an art-making process reflect or deny the dynamics of life outside the studio? When world-building is part of your artistic project, what material makes it into that world? Whose story gets told and whose story gets put aside? bell hooks writes that, “Moving, we confront the realities of choice and location.” Thinking about movement in both the dance and geographic sense of the word, this piece engages with our ideas about place/home, time, history, and the strength and failings of “community.”

Sunday, May 19 at 4pm

 
Registration is required! You can register here.
ADF Scripps Studios building

ADF Samuel H. Scripps Studios

721 Broad Street
Durham, NC 27705

919-797-2871
jscullythurston@americandancefestival.org

We are located on the second floor, accessible by elevator or stairs. There is ample free parking (including two handicap parking spots) in the lot connected to our building