July 28- Aug 4

SFDI

ART / ACTION / SOCIAL JUSTICE / CREATIVE PROCESS / SOMATICS / IMPROVISATION / PERFORMANCE

For the past 26 years, in the first week of August, leading dance practitioners convene in Seattle for the Seattle Festival of Dance Improvisation. The festival offers both multi-session intensives that run across multiple days of the festival and by one-session drop-ins that are different every day. The power of SFDI is in the freedom we give you, our participants, to pick and choose your intensives, so that in the end you have a fully-programed week of dance innovation tailor-made to suit you.

2019 Intensives + Faculty

mayfield brooks: Contact Improvisation

5-day midday intensive
MON + TUES + FRI + SAT / 11:30AM-1:45PM
WED / 11:30AM-5:15PM

mayfield brooks: Contact Improvisation

DESCRIPTION:
This workshop is inspired by mayfield’s ongoing and life long project and movement practice, Improvising While Black (IWB). What happens when Contact Improvisation becomes about how much one must care and heal oneself? What happens when touching oneself is just as important as touching another body? What if a body or bodies refuses touch, weight, or gravity? Raise the stakes of the dance or just drop the mic and let it go.  Lay your body down. Come to the dance as you are. We come to each other in the same way—without pretense, assumption or expectations—just being together. For more on IWB go to this link. https://contactquarterly.com/cq/article-gallery/view/iwbimprovising-while-black

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
mayfield brooks
improvises while black, and is currently based in Brooklyn, New York. mayfield is a movement-based performance artist, urban farmer, writer, and wanderer. they studied contemporary dance at the School for New Dance (SNDO) in Amsterdam, Moving on Centre in Oakland, CA and hold an MFA in interdisciplinary performance from UC Davis and a Masters in Performance Studies from Northwestern University. mayfield is currently a 2017 Artist-in-Residence at Movement Research NYC, was a 2018 WOW/UNY Artist in Residence at Governors Island.

Michelle Boulé: Creative Process

5-day midday intensive
Art Healing Making Doing Being
MON + TUES + FRI + SAT / 11:30AM-1:45PM
WED / 11:30AM-5:15PM

Michelle Boulé: Creative Process

DESCRIPTION:
Somatics and healing systems have always been an integral component to Michelle’s artistic and physical practices. This workshop weaves these interests together by setting up frameworks for personal transformation and artistic growth. We’ll work rhythm, performance practices, aesthetic enlivening, group healing, and the motto that “community is our teacher.”

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Michelle Boulé is a choreographer, dancer, teacher, and healer. For 20+ years she has studied techniques and philosophies of traditional and contemporary healing practices to understand the physical expression of consciousness made manifest through the body. She finds ways to share this information with delight, mystery, and humor. Recent awards include a Distinguished Legacy Award from the University of Illinois, New York Foundation for the Arts Choreography Fellowship, and a second MacDowell Fellowship. Her dances have received commissions/presentations from Triple Canopy, The Chocolate Factory, Danspace Project, Summer Stages Dance @ ICA/Boston, and Met Breuer (with Okkyung Lee), amongst others. michelleboule.com

 

Raphael Xavier: Somatics

4-day morning intensive
Ground-Core: Movement Deciphered
MON + TUES + WED+ FRI / 9-11AM

Raphael Xavier: Somatics

DESCRIPTION:
Ground-Core allows each participant to identify and strengthen his/her own core, and gain an awareness of how it shifts and moves throughout space. Breaking vocabulary is deconstructed and approached from inside out, making this movement accessible to any body type. GC gives movers a better understanding of the body in all dance forms.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Originally from Wilmington, Delaware, Xavier is an award-winning artist and alumnus of the world renowned Hip Hop dance company, Rennie Harris Puremovement. A 2013 Pew Fellowship Grantee, 2016 Guggenheim Fellow and 2016 United States Artist Fellow, Xavier has been a professional breaker/dancer for the last 20 years, working in a variety of fields including music, photography and film. A self taught Hip Hop dancer and Breaking practitioner since 1983, Xavier continues to learn and recreate new ways to expand the vocabulary of the dance form through constant research of the culture, performance, practice and by staying present in the community.

BRENTON CHENG: CI Fundamentals

3-Day afternoon intensive
Thunder in a Tiny Sky
MON + TUES + FRI / 3:15–5:15PM

BRENTON CHENG: CI Fundamentals

DESCRIPTION:
Beneath the persistent, demanding, irresistible physical reality of a contact dance is a secret, hidden world of body connectivity, wired and rewired through endlessly cycling animal patterns, building on reflexes into total body action. Therein lies the informed study of contact fundamentals: rooted in principles, expanded via patterns, integrated through practice.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Brenton Cheng
(CLMA, CMT-SE, MSME) is a teacher, director, and performer of improvised and choreographed work, based in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a teacher, he empowers students to become sophisticated movers through a cultivation of somatic and poetic awarenesses, as well as fostering a capacity for surrender. In addition to USF, he serves on the faculty of Integrated Movement Studies (Laban/Bartenieff movement analysis certification), and also teaches performance workshops internationally.

Heather Kravas: Creative Process

5-day midday intensive
Labor, Structure, Desire
MON + TUES + FRI + SAT / 11:30AM-1:45PM
WED / 11:30AM-5:15PM

Heather Kravas: Creative Process

DESCRIPTION:
A conversation between language, movement and each other, this class is an invitation to explore the emotional and dynamic edges of rigorous physical states and durational activities.

ARTIST BIO:
Heather Kravas (she/her) is a choreographer and performing artist. Since 1995, she has investigated choreographic, improvisation and collaborative practices in contemporary dance to explore the limits of choreography as a form and her abilities as an artist. Combining recognizable traditions, tasks and somatic practices her dances grapple with structural idealism and uncontainable emotions. In a renunciation of the spectacular, she strives to illuminate actions such as labor, listening, concentration, failure and presence. Kravas has received support from numerous national and international foundations and institutions in support of her presentations throughout the US and in Canada, France, Greece, Slovenia and Russia. She is currently working on the ongoing performance project solid objects, in collaboration with visual artist Victoria Haven. Heather currently lives in Seattle, Washington with her family.

2019 DROP-Ins

The full 2019 schedule and faculty will be announced early March 2019!
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Ryuta Iwashita

MON / 9-11AM

CONTACT IMPROVISATION: <SLOW DOWN AND BE ALIVE>
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DESCRIPTION:
Changes take time. Authenticity takes time. In this class, we will slow down our lives and allow generosity of time and space to be present with our movement as we go back and forth of our infancy and adulthood with the power of magic.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Ryuta (pronounced “dew-tah”) lives and improvises in New Orleans as a facilitator/educator, visual artist and performance artist after living in Japan for over 25 years. Contact Improvisation also lives in their life as a base for their creative processes and pedagogy. While hosting CI jams and workshops in New Orleans, they have been invited to facilitate workshops in Japan, China and the U.S. including Tulane University, WCCI Jam and CI programs at Earthdance. As an educator, they have been involved in Wolftrap Institute where they incorporate CI and other movement forms in early childhood education. Their current interest is to witness different speeds of ceiling fans in Treme Café while feeling their bladder shrink.

Peggy Piacenza

MON / 9-11AM

CREATIVE PROCESS: CHAOS-PRESENCE-MAGIC
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DESCRIPTION:
Interrupting habitual habits, acting out our impulses, striving to create a way of ‘knowing’ through our bodies, seeing clearly in the midst of chaos, uncovering magic in the moment. . . we will consider all of the above through a movement score that will include the use of  props, text, and movement.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Peggy Piacenza (she/her) grew up outside Chicago and danced her way to North Carolina, New York and eventually Seattle, where she has lived and worked since 1990.  As a choreographer and performer, she’s toured nationally and internationally with Pat Graney, 33 Fainting Spells, Dayna Hanson and Lionel Popkin, as well as with her own work. A veteran Seattle performing artist and choreographer, her work draws from explorations in improvisation, performance studies, and interdisciplinary collaborations. She is co-director of Base, a non-profit performing arts space dedicated to elevating risk and invention in dance, performance, and multidisciplinary art. peggypiacenza.com

Elia Mrak

MON / 3:15-5:15PM

CREATIVE PROCESS: SPIRIT OF DANCE
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DESCRIPTION:
Based in the practice of improvisation, this class will begin with Qigong to harness our potential energy through movements that stimulate the fire and the water inside our bodies. We then bring this potential energy into movement through the space, and in and out of the floor. It is a class based in the spirit of dance, and what it means to share our personal story in a way that can be felt universally.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Elia is a seeker and a teacher, passionate about the power of dance to be a performing art and a healing art. For the last 10+ years, he has performed, taught, and researched movement throughout the world. His practice fuses Dance, Qigong, and Somatic practice. He has performed, taught, and directed throughout the last decade in Europe, Central/South America, and the United States. He graduated from Pomona College in 2006 with a degree in Mathematical Economics and a Minor in Dance. And received the prestigious Watson Fellowship to research dance and movement around the world. While living in Europe. he performed and assisted teaching with David Zambrano in the techniques of Flying Low and Passing Through.  For the past 5 years he has lived and worked in Mexico, Argentina, NYC, Montreal, and Seattle. And after years in making, he has put his flag in the ground and launched his organization amovementmovement® in 2018.

Olivia Shaffer

MON / 3:15-5:15PM

CONTACT IMPROV: SURFACING LAYERS
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DESCRIPTION:
We will explore how we can “invite” rather than “insist” in a CI dance: the more body surface we provide the more outcomes become possible. As opposed to manhandling our partner, we explore atypical surface area to stack-on or pour-in to enjoy an effortless, consensual ride.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Olivia Shaffer (she/her) is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher from Vancouver, BC. Olivia’s movement philosophy is shaped by her extensive background in Contact Improvisation (CI), contemporary dance, improvisation, Bartenieff Fundamentals, and Pilates. Olivia has trained daily in CI since 2011 as a dedicated student of Peter Bingham, and has been performing with his company EDAM Dance since 2014. She has also trained with international CI teachers such as Andrew Harwood, Ray Chung, Chris Aiken, Karen Nelson, Alicia Grayson, and Martin Keogh. Olivia has taught CI in North America and internationally. www.oliviashaffer.ca 

Emma Hreljanovic

TUES / 3:15-5:15PM

CONTACT IMPROVISATION: CURIOSITY AND PLAY
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DESCRIPTION:
This drop-in will offer a space to slosh, slice, and, as Nita Little says, “move and be moved” through conversation and practice. Contact improvisation offers us physical information, like force and weight, as well as sensory information, like fear and excitement. Join, July 30th, in Curiosity and Play.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Emma Hreljanovic (she/her) is a contemporary modern dancer, dance improviser, and martial artist from Mount Vernon, NY. She currently lives in Seattle, WA training in tai chi and kung-fu with Seattle Sil Lum, dancing with Michele Miller/ Catapult Company, and performing her dance improvisational practice at local spots in the area. In May 2015, Emma graduated from Bard College with a BA in Dance. At Bard College. Her dance education includes contact improvisation with Amii LeGendre and modern technique with Bard’s New York Live Arts Partnership. Since arriving in Seattle, she has researched with Nita Little and performed works by Michele Miller, Stephanie Liapis, Maya Soto + Nico Tower, Corrie Befort, and Christian Swenson.

Ryuta Iwashita

TUES / 9-11AM

CONTACT IMPROVISATION: <SLOW DOWN AND BE ALIVE>
REGISTER

DESCRIPTION:
Changes take time. Authenticity takes time. In this class, we will slow down our lives and allow generosity of time and space to be present with our movement as we go back and forth of our infancy and adulthood with the power of magic.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Ryuta (pronounced “dew-tah”) lives and improvises in New Orleans as a facilitator/educator, visual artist and performance artist after living in Japan for over 25 years. Contact Improvisation also lives in their life as a base for their creative processes and pedagogy. While hosting CI jams and workshops in New Orleans, they have been invited to facilitate workshops in Japan, China and the U.S. including Tulane University, WCCI Jam and CI programs at Earthdance. As an educator, they have been involved in Wolftrap Institute where they incorporate CI and other movement forms in early childhood education. Their current interest is to witness different speeds of ceiling fans in Treme Café while feeling their bladder shrink.

Neve Mazique-Bianco

TUES / 3:15-5:15PM

CREATIVE PROCESS
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ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Neve Kamilah Mazique-Bianco (dancer/performer/creator), or NEVE, is a Black (specifically Sudanese, even more specifically Nubian) punk disabled queer fairy beast. A certified personal trainer and integrated dance teacher trained by NASM and Axis Dance Company, respectively, Neve cares about the welfare and equitable access to joy, sensuality, community, self-expression, and liberation of all bodies. Neve received multiple film and theatre directing awards in 2017, from East Bay Express in Oakland, the Toronto International Porn Festival, and from the Seattle Gender Justice League. They made their international debut at Berlin’s Hebel Am Ufer. In spring 2018, Neve joined the artistic board of directors of PlayThey Studios, a media and event production cooperative company of queer/trans/Black/disabled and otherwise marginalized artists. Neve is one of the first four recipients of the PNW Afro X Fellowship, a research fellowship for African American artists created in collaboration by The Seattle Public Library and the Central District Forum, as well as the recipient of a 2019 City Artist grant.

Amelia Reeber

WED / 9-11AM

SOMATICS: VIBE AND HUB
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DESCRIPTION:
Accessing specific bones and soft tissue connections, we’ll experiment with physical and energetic relationships to observe concepts of stable change, flexibility & stability, and to center ourselves with dimensionality and integrity.  We will attune, through voice and stillness, to our spiritual vibration and rhythm, giving rise to dynamic form.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Amelia has been a Seattle artist for 20+years. She has performed her own work, that of Pat Graney and Deborah Hay throughout the USA and to international audiences.  Amelia has been enriched through working with so many brilliant Seattle artists, most recently with Peggy Piacenza.  The nature of Amelia’s creative process is to engage with the body, intuition, the subconscious, and movement, using art as a means of self-knowledge and inquiry. Performance, serves as a vehicle for deep connection, currency, dialogue, celebration, and movement of energy.  Amelia is also trained in craniosacral therapy, BodyTalk, and cross-cultural healing traditions.

 

EZRA LEBANK

FRI /9-11AM

CONTACT IMPROVISATION: FALLING UPWARD
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DESCRIPTION:
Aikido, acrobatics, and contact improvisation principles merge as we explore the creative science of moving floorward. Once we make the floor our ally, we can begin falling upward to discover the open and friendly skies!

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Ezra LeBank (he/him) is the Head of Movement and Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at California State University, Long Beach where he had the joy to co-teach CI with Rebecca Bryant. He has taught at The Juilliard School, The University of Montana, Contact Festival Freiburg, Warsaw Flow, WCCIjam, MOVE Copenhagen, and in workshops worldwide. As an improviser his research focuses on finding ease in crisis, and the experience of falling & flying. He is also a big fan of “no.” He is recognized as a specialist in Contact Improvisation, Partner Acrobatics, Biomechanics & Clown.

SHERI COHEN

FRI / 3:15-5:15PM

SOMATICS:
FELDENKRAIS® AND THE DANCING IMAGINATION

DESCRIPTION:
At first, we’ll move slow and small, so we can attend, in great detail, not only to how we move, so we might move with more ease and pleasure, but to how we—in our organismic sense-of-self–imagine movement into being. During this process, we can’t help but experience how our movement informs and enlivens our imagination. The choreography of the Feldenkrais lesson will give way to paths of discovery in solo dancing and interrelating with others and the room.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Sheri Cohen (Asst. Feldenkrais Trainer, RYT, she/her) has been researching the movement arts for over 30 years in the fields of dance, yoga and the Feldenkrais Method®. Sheri maintains a lively private practice in the Seattle area, teaches classes, retreats and workshops, and supports both yoga and Feldenkrais trainings with her experienced teaching. Sheri presented dance performances for over twenty years in Seattle and abroad, including deeply researched historical works and on-the-spot improvisations. Her training in dance includes a wide variety of techniques and somatic practices (contact improvisation, tuning, Deep Listening, Skinner Releasing, body-mind centering, Alexander technique, Cunningham technique, and more). Sheri has facilitated Contemplative Dance Practice groups and created introductory workshops in CDP since 2008. Sheri’s teaching creates a creative, playful environment in which all individuals are dancers and learners.

Ryuta Iwashita

FRI / 3:15-5:15PM

CONTACT IMPROVISATION: <SLOW DOWN AND BE ALIVE>
REGISTER

DESCRIPTION:
Changes take time. Authenticity takes time. In this class, we will slow down our lives and allow generosity of time and space to be present with our movement as we go back and forth of our infancy and adulthood with the power of magic.

ARTIST BIO:
Ryuta (pronounced “dew-tah”) lives and improvises in New Orleans as a facilitator/educator, visual artist and performance artist after living in Japan for over 25 years. Contact Improvisation also lives in their life as a base for their creative processes and pedagogy. While hosting CI jams and workshops in New Orleans, they have been invited to facilitate workshops in Japan, China and the U.S. including Tulane University, WCCI Jam and CI programs at Earthdance. As an educator, they have been involved in Wolftrap Institute where they incorporate CI and other movement forms in early childhood education. Their current interest is to witness different speeds of ceiling fans in Treme Café while feeling their bladder shrink.

TONYA LOCKYER

SAT / 9-11AM

CREATIVE PROCESS: WITHIN WITHOUT

DESCRIPTION:
A communal space to navigate a dream, a practice, with movement, sound, text, memory, imagination, sensation, stillness. Embrace what arises, move thru personal taboos, explore your range, excavate layers of awareness. “A love letter written with body and sound, that’s the dance I long to see.”—Kazuo Ohno

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Tonya Lockyer
 has been making, performing, curating, producing, teaching and writing about performance, internationally, for three decades on stage, in publications, museums and public spaces. Engages improvisation as a life awareness practice, creative practice, and within the social choreography of facilitating transformative communal experiences. Co-produced SFDI 2012-2018 as Velocity’s artistic executive director. Informed by experimental dance and theater, queer-feminist body art, socially engaged practice, durational performance, authentic movement, sonic meditations, dialogical art, pop culture, and wild places. Inspired by re-imagining social and political space for movement.

AVID

SAT / 9-11AM

CONTACT IMPROVISATION

CLASS DESCRIPTION:
This class focuses on expanding the definition of contact improvisation within ensemble practice. Using CI as a means to make decisions together, we will play with gradients of touch, energetic connections, and an expansive view of relating through space to hone group sensibility. Can we support and make space for individual, partnered, and group development?  And how can this practice support how we want to be in the world?

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
AVID is a Seattle-based dance company committed to interweaving art and life. Founded in 2014, the five co-creators meet regularly in an unwavering practice of ensemble improvisation. AVID’s members (Scott Davis, Aiko Kinoshita, Rachael Lincoln, Aaron Swartzman, and Tamin Totzke) perform and teach regularly, with a recurring investigation of how to bring the “all” of who we are, individually and collectively, into our practice and back into our lives.

DIVERSE DIVINERS

SAT / 2:30-5:30PM

CREATIVE PROCESS:START WHERE YOU ARE

DESCRIPTION:
Calling beings of all identity, ability & humanity celebrating embodied connection and current expression. Our class includes deepening into sensing, perception, creation, composition + communication. All levels and modes of mobility welcome.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
Karen Daly 20-year dance artist tours internationally with DanceAbility. Erik Ferguson co-artistic director of Wobbly, anti-virtuosic movement artist trained in improvisation, DanceAbility, Butoh. mayfield brooks improvises while black and is a movement-based performance artist, urban farmer, writer, and wanderer.Corrie Befort dancer, choreographer, designer, filmmaker teaching Dance for Parkinson’s and through Path With Art. Karen Nelson mutator of Contact Improvisation co-started DanceAbility and Diverse Dance, divines Tuning Scores.

PRICING & REGISTRATION

FULL FESTIVAL – $500

Register for the Full Festival before May 17 to take advantage of our Early Bird discount, a 20% discount off of the full festival package. Includes registration for up to three intensives and drop-in classes of your choice, and free entry to all jams, events, discussions, and performances.

5-DAY MIDDAY INTENSIVE – $400

mayfield brooks / Contact Improvisation
Michelle Boulé / Creative Process
+ 1 additional faculty TBA

Includes registration for one midday intensive and free entry to all jams, events, discussions, and performances.

4-DAY MORNING INTENSIVE – $200

Raphael Xavier / Somatics

Includes registration for the morning somatic intensive and free entry to all jams, events, discussions, and performances.

3-DAY AFTERNOON INTENSIVE – $110

Brenton Cheng / CI Fundamentals

Includes registration for the afternoon CI Fundamentals intensive and free entry to all jams, events, discussions, and performances.

UNLIMITED DROP-INS – $200

Includes unlimited drop-ins (normally $20/class), events, discussions, and performances.

Drop-ins are taught by rotating faculty, including at least one drop-in by each intensive faculty. 

JAMS – $5 PER PERSON

DAY OF DANCE INNOVATORS

AUG 1 / ALL DAY

Each year, SFDI devotes an entire day of the festival to performances + discussions open to the public. This is a chance for SFDI participants and the public at large to immerse themselves in an all-day marathon of dance innovation. This year’s Day of Dance Innovators is curated by former Velocity Artistic Executive Director Tonya Lockyer. Check out our schedule below, or visit our main site to buy your tickets!

 

NOON / MAYFIELD BROOKS + KAREN NELSON

Velocity 1621 12th Ave.
$10 at the door

MAYFIELD BROOKS + KAREN NELSON Improvising In the Break: performance + practice + conversation

2:30-4PM / AVID / SIX (Brenton Cheng, Olivia Shaffer, Rachael Lincoln, Tamin Totzke, Ezra LeBank) / SHERI COHEN / RYUTA IWASHITA / KAREN DALY (with Corrie Befort + Tonya Lockyer)

Broadway Performance Hall 1625 Broadway
$10 at the door

Sheri Cohen Awe for Small Things

Ryuta Iwashita Mu(s)hi
“It portrays the absurdity, itch and depression of living in an English speaking country as a non-native English speaker. I am working on physical and energetic development of an intersection of sounds, music, words and dialogues  which highlight an embodiment of alienation and assimilation as a Japanese descendent.”

Heather Kravas 


SIX / 
Brenton Cheng, Olivia Shaffer, Rachael Lincoln, Tamin Totzke, Ezra LeBank
An improvised meeting of dancers, some who know each other, some who have only met.

AVID 1 + (1+1) + 2
1. solo offering
2. 1+1 response
3. reunion

AVID is: 
Scott Davis
Aiko Kinoshita
Rachael Lincoln
Aaron Swartzman
Tamin Totzke

5-6:30PM / MICHELLE BOULÉ / RAPHAEL XAVIER / OLIVIA SHAFFER / HEATHER KRAVAS / EMMA HRELJANOVIC

Broadway Performance Hall 1625 Broadway
$10 at the door

Michelle Boulé

Raphael Xavier

Olivia Shaffer Senescence
This is an excerpt of a longer work that will be premiered at the Annex Theatre in Vancouver, BC on November 16-17, 2019.

Senescence is a personal reflection into my caregiving journey, through my father’s struggle with Parkinson’s disease and dementia.

 

Karen Daly / Show and Tell: Because Bodies Have Their Own Stories (with Corrie Befort + Tonya Lockyer)
An improvised collaboration with short excerpts from her memoir, Joy Ride: My One-Legged Journey to Self Acceptance, read live by Lockyer.

Emma Hreljanovic This thing called life

8PM / CI EMBODIED INTERROGATES ITS OWN HISTORY

Velocity 1621 12th Ave.
$10 at the door

CI EMBODIED INTERROGATES ITS OWN HISTORY + CURRENCY
A lecture-demonstration-participatory jam event that inquires into the evolution of CI as a living, breathing, changing dance form. This platform— part ritual, part performance, and part social club— calls on practitioners of CI to share embodied stories centering on intersectionality, passion, identity, and one’s own history in the form. Participants will be invited to at first witness, and later to choose to join (or not) into the dancing. Screenings of archival video documentation of early CI practice and performance will provide a context for one creation myth of this work. Facilitated by Karen Nelson.

FAQ

Velocity is currently looking for summer interns and work/study participants! Learn more + apply below!

Where is SFDI?

Strictly Seattle is housed at Velocity Dance Center on Capitol Hill // 1621 12 Ave. Seattle, 98122

Performances will be at Broadway Performance Hall // 1625 Broadway, Seattle, 98122

When is SFDI?

SFDI takes place July 28-August 4, with a Day of Dance Innovators about mid-way through the week on August 1.

Is there housing for SFDI?

This year Velocity is partnering with Seattle University to offer a housing package for SFDI participants. It is not mandatory, but for those coming from out of town, this is a great option.

LEARN MORE

WILL THERE BE AN OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW WORK?

There is the SFDI Participant Showing on Strictly Seattle Participant Choreography Showcase on Saturday August 3 at 7:30PM. Spaces are limited, but you’ll be able to sign up on arrival after the Opening Circle on July 28. 

DOES VELOCITY PROVIDE FINANCIAL AID, SCHOLARSHIPS, OR WORK/STUDY?

We are unable to provide financial aid, but we do offer an Early Bird registration discount, Internships and Work/Study Scholarships:

  •  One way to save money on SFDI is to register by May 17, 2019 / 5pm PST to get the Early Bird discount.
  •  We offer partial scholarships via our summer Work/Study program Work/Study scholarship students are essential to creating Velocity’s comfortable environment. This includes keeping the space neat, tidy, and welcoming to all. Priority applications are due April 1, 2019 / Midnight PST, and applications will be considered on a rolling basis thereafter.
  • Velocity also offers Summer Internships, which give interns the chance to learn how to program and run a national dance festival. Applications are due by April 10, 2019 / Midnight PST.
  •  We welcome applications from everywhere. The interview process can happen either in person, on the phone, or via Skype.

For more info, read about the work/study program details here.

If in addition to or instead of these programs, you’re interested in the possibility of paying for SFDI in installments, please write an email to Erin Johnson at erin@velocitydancecenter.org.

What is the daily schedule like?

The daily schedule includes morning, midday, and afternoon intensives, complemented by morning and afternoon drop-in classes and jams with rotating faculty. The full schedule pdf will be available for download by the end of March.

Is there public transportation near Velocity?

Yes! Public transportation in Seattle is a great way to see and get familiar with the city. The bus system takes exact change only, or you can buy an Orca card here. There are two great smartphone apps that make bus riding easier: One Bus Away and Hop Stop.

What else is there to do in Seattle?

Seattle in the summer is one of the most exciting and beautiful places to be in July and August. With music festivals like the Capitol Hill Block Party and some of the nation’s best hiking and natural landscapes, you’ll have plenty of options for recreation. Velocity is located on Capitol Hill,  one of the most culturally vibrant neighborhoods in Seattle known for its bustling arts & culture, radical queer history, and delicious food. — a city known for great art, music, culture and natural beauty. Use your weekends to explore the city, take a ferry to a neighboring island, or take advantage of Velocity’s weekend offerings including classes, performances, movie nights + more.

How many people will be in my intensives/drop-ins?

While this can vary widely across SFDI events, we cap all intensives and drop-ins at 35 people, with an average of 20-25 people in each.  

What is Velocity's refund policy for SFDI?

PLEASE READ THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Admission and class placement occurs on a first-come, first-serve basis. Classes and intensives fill quickly and enrollment is limited! 

All fees paid, less a $100 cancellation fee, can be refunded only if written notice of cancellation is received on or before June 28. Tuition is non-refundable after this date for any reason including illness or injury.

For any further questions, please contact Operations Manager Shirley Wong at operations@velocitydancecenter.org.

OTHER QUESTIONS?

Contact Erin Johnson at erinjohnson@velocitydancecenter.org.

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