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SEATTLE FESTIVAL OF DANCE + IMPROVISATION

RESEARCH MODULE

AUGUST 7 – 14

The RESEARCH Module (formerly the Seattle Festival of Dance Improvisation) is a full week of intensives, workshops, and events centering improvisational dance practice and research. This interdisciplinary and intergenerational gathering brings together both local and inter/national faculty in Seattle each year to share their practice with movers new to improvisation alongside artists who have been dancing for decades. Immerse yourself in a nurturing and rich environment where embodied research in somatics, contact and group improvisation, and creative and social practice create a week of extraordinary possibilities.

FACULTY

G^2:
JOHN MARIA GUTIERREZ +
BETH GRACZYK

KAREN NELSON

S. AMA WRAY

MEG FOLEY

SLOWDANGER

TAJA WILL

MIGUEL GUTIERREZ

+ MORE

FACULTY

G^2:
JOHN MARIA GUTIERREZ + BETH GRACZYK

MEG FOLEY

KAREN NELSON

S. AMA WRAY

TAJA WILL

MIGUEL GUTIERREZ

SLOWDANGER

FULL week

of research

Registration for the full week of the RESEARCH Module lets you create your own immersive schedule of intensives, classes, jams, and events. Opt in to your choice of one 3-day intensive, one 4-day intensive, and one 5-day intensive. Read more about this year’s intensives below, and keep checking back as we confirm more workshop and event offerings.

The RESEARCH Module: Full Week includes

  • One 5-day intensive with S. Ama Wray OR G^2 (your choice)
  • One 4-day intensive with Taja Will
  • One 3-day intensive with Miguel Gutierrez OR Meg Foley (your choice)
  • All 10 drop-ins + 8 jams
  • Tickets to all RESEARCH Module sharings + performances

$650

$1,310 Value | Save 50%

RESEARCH MODULE: FULL WEEK

5-DAY INTENSIVE

G^2 OR S. Ama Wray (choose one)

G^2: Physical Dance Theater & Tools for the Imagination
with Beth Graczyk + John Maria Gutierrez

In this class we will write, sing, move, and use our creativity to share and construct seed ideas for structured improvisation. An array of tools, puzzles, and physical games will be employed to draw from what is always there (the present moment) and what we find (our history) to generate and explore material. We will utilize the energy generated to find unusual, yet natural portals into an infinite range of possibilities within our imagination. The culmination of our learning together will give us space to craft real-time choreography malleable to each student’s unique vision.

Artist Bio

CLASS SCHEDULE

MON – FRI, AUG 8 – 12 | 12th Ave Arts
12:30 – 2:30 PM | M, T, W, F
12:30 – 5:30 PM | TH (includes a 1 hour break determined by faculty)


 

What is Embodiology®? “Movement that Inspires the Mind”
with S. Ama Wray

Embodiology® is a culturally inclusive approach to improvisation, a neo-African improvisation-as-performance methodology. It is a practice which priorities embodiment of rhythm and building collaborative relationships between performers. You will learn how to play with and navigate through rhythm’s multidimensionality, embody its features (silence, tonality, repetition, speech-patterns) enabling you to create spontaneously and confidently. Workshops includes live music.

 

CLASS SCHEDULE

MON – FRI, AUG 8 – 12 | 12th Ave Arts
12:30 – 2:30 PM | M, T, W, F
12:30 – 5:30 PM | TH (includes a 1 hour break determined by faculty)

4-DAY INTENSIVE

Taja Will

Bioenergetics + Divergence + Mutations + Care Work in Contact Improvisation
with Taja Will

This workshop is multi-threaded: practice, pedagogy analysis and futurist methodology. A shared space where each participant will be tasked with tracking their personal and our collective nervous systems in radical ways. 2022 and the 50th birthday of CI lead to reflections of generations past and insist the present moment will inform the foundation for the future of this form. We will prioritize ritual over research, and embodied resonance over theoretical articulation.

This workshop will not focus on teaching the tools, patterns, choreographies or mindset for a beginning CI practice. However, this workshop does invite the most devout practitioners and ones who’ve forever or recently rejected this form.

CLASS SCHEDULE

MON – FRI, AUG 8 – 12 (NO THURS) | 12th Ave Arts
3:30 – 5:30 PM

3-DAY INTENSIVE

Meg Foley OR Miguel Gutierrez (choose one)

beautiful crystals imply slow growth
with Meg Foley

Counter patterns, angular unconformity, shifting divides, rootless mountains, stream capture, fatigued rock, surface of no strain. Beginning from explorations of surface contact, texture, and pressure and using these <<< geological terms as tools to find somatic relief, we will mine openings for performance-making in collaborative vibration with our environments. We will do long form improvisational scores with geological principles, have collective body dance parties, and use fiber and textile materials as body-building objects and collaborators: drag, extension, adornment AND mirror, reflex, enabler, facilitator to ground in the material moment and pursue the implications beyond. This process is a choreographic measure to examine “what is actually happening?” and to make dances with the potential answers.

CLASS SCHEDULE

MON – WED, AUG 8 – 10 | 12th Ave Arts
9:30 – 11:30 AM


 

Self Strange Making
with Miguel Gutierrez

In this workshop we will engage approaches to improvisation and performance practice that inform my work: continuous movement practices, exploring the senses, working with the Feldenkrais Method, creating instant performances, and interspersing movement with reading and writing. We challenge ourselves to uncover our questions and answers through movement, inverting the conventional proposition that thought comes before action. I see dance as a mode of perceptual inquiry, and I resist defining it as a non-verbal “language” because languages are meant to be understood and I like that dance defies linguistic comprehension. But since words are always present, always mediating everything, we will see how we can manipulate them. We will complicate our ideas of what constitutes “communication,” “good improvisation,” “listening” and “development.”

Artist Bio

CLASS SCHEDULE

THUR – SAT AUG 11 – 13 | 12th Ave Arts
9:30 – 11:30 AM

WORKSHOPS

with slowdanger, karen nelson + more

DROP-IN WORKSHOPS

We’re still finalizing the schedule of local and visiting artist drop-in workshops offered as a part of the RESEARCH Module. These workshops are included when you sign up for the full module. You can choose to either take the maximum number of intensives, or take the morning and afternoon drop-in workshops. 

RESEARCH MODULE FACULTY

slowdanger, karen nelson, + more

CLASS SCHEDULE

MON – SAT, AUG 8 – 13 | 12th Ave Arts
9:30 – 11:30 AM | Morning Workshops
3:30 – 5:30 PM | Afternoon Workshops (NO THURS)

OTHER IMPORTANT DATES

SUN, AUG 7 | 12th Ave Arts
5:30 PM | Opening Circle

SUN, AUG 14 | 12th Ave Arts
1 PM | Closing Circle

Want to sign up for just one intensive or class? Until June 30th, registration will be limited to full module registration only. On July 1st, we will open remaining spots for a la carte registration for individual intensives and workshops. 

FULL SFD+I PASS

IMMERSE YOURSELF AND SAVE! Buy a pass for the full four weeks of SFD+I and experience it all!

JUL 17 – AUG 14, 2022

TRAIN MODULE | Any Cohort
RESEARCH MODULE | Full Week
SHARE MODULE | 2 tickets to all sharings + performances

$1400

$1740 Value | Save 20%

FULL SFD+I PASS

IMMERSE YOURSELF AND SAVE! Buy a pass for the full four weeks of SFD+I and experience it all!

JUL 17 – AUG 14, 2022

TRAIN MODULE | Any Cohort
RESEARCH MODULE | Full Week
SHARE MODULE | 2 tickets to all sharings + performances

$1400

$1740 Value | Save 20%

REGISTRATION

+ PRICING

HOW TO SIGN UP

Registration for this year’s festival is online through Mindbody. To sign up:

  • Find the option for which you would like to sign up.*
  • Click the sign up button next to that option. 
  • Click next, then sign in with your Mindbody profile or create a new Mindbody profile.
  • Click next, enter your payment information, including selecting the pay-in-full or deposit option, and click check out.

You will immediately receive a confirmation email that your payment has been processed. You did it!

Within seven business days, you will receive a second email from us that either confirms your registration, or asks for more information to finalize your enrollment. It is at this point that you will communicate your intensive preferences if you are purchasing the full RESEARCH module. 

*For RESEARCH Module full week registration, you will give us your intensive selections after you sign up and pay. We will keep the website current if intensives fill so that you are aware of what is still open when you sign up. 

PRICING

$1400 | Full SFD+I Pass*

Includes registration for the TRAIN Module (any cohort), RESEARCH Module full week, which includes one 5-day intensive, one 4-day intensive, one 3-day intensive, all workshops, jams + more, and two tickets to all SHARE Module performances (more information coming soon!)

$650 | RESEARCH Module: Full Week*

Includes one 5-day intensive, one 4-day intensive, one 3-day intensive, all workshops, jams, + more.

Want to sign up for just one intensive or class? Until June 30th, registration will be limited to full module registration only. On July 1st, we will open remaining spots for a la carte registration for individual intensives and workshops. 

A la carte (available on July 1)
$500 | 5-day Intensive (G^2 or S. Ama Wray)
$350 | 4-day Intensive (Taja Will)
$250 | 3-day Intensive (Meg Foley or Miguel Gutierrez)
$18 | Drop-in Workshop
$10 | Jam

*Full SFD+I Pass, TRAIN Module (all cohorts), and RESEARCH Module payments include a $250 non-refundable deposit.

Payment Options

To reserve your spot, you can either pay in full or hold your place with a non-refundable $250 deposit. Full payment to confirm your registration is required by June 30, 2022.

Registration for a la carte intensives, classes, workshops and jams in both modules will open on July 1, 2022 and spaces will be available on a first-come-first served basis. To register a la carte you will pay in full, though let us know if you need to discuss a payment plan.

Please contact Shirley Wong, operations@velocitydancecenter.org, for any questions or clarifications about registration or payment.

Refund Policy

Velocity’s refund policies were created to offer as much flexibility to our community as possible, while still protecting SFD+I from risk and instability.

The refund schedule for the Full SFD+I Pass, TRAIN Module (all cohorts), or RESEARCH Module full week is:

  • Before June 30: All registration fees, less the $250 non-refundable deposit, are fully refundable for any reason. 
  • After July 1: All registration fees, less the $250 non-refundable deposit, are 50% refundable for any reason.
  • After your first class begins: All registration fees are non-refundable for any reason, including illness or injury.

The refund schedule for any a la carte intensives, workshops or classes (available after July 1, 2022) is:

  • After you register: All registration fees are 50% refundable for any reason.
  • After your first class begins: All registration fees are non-refundable for any reason, including illness or injury.

WORK/STUDY

Velocity’s Summer Work/Study program provides the opportunity for participants to receive discounted attendance to the Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation in exchange for festival support.

TBIPOC Tuition waiver

As a part of Velocity’s Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation we are providing $10,300 in fee waivers to dancers who identify as Transgender, Black, Indigenous, and/or as People of Color, in an effort to shift power to Transgender and BIPOC communities.

Applications are now closed.

COVID-19 SAFETY

Velocity’s priorities are to keep our communities safe, while also encouraging personal autonomy. All of our Velocity team and SFD+I faculty are vaccinated or will participate in ongoing testing. Our masking and vaccination policies will be responsive to case rates in King County.

The studios you will be dancing in at 12th Ave Arts have robust air filtration systems and we will monitor class sizes to allow for adequate distancing. We ask that you consider the risks of contracting Covid-19 if you are immunocompromised, pregnant, or have other conditions that elevate your risks and complicate recovery. If you have any questions, please reach out to operations@velocitydancecenter.org.

FAQ

When is the RESEARCH Module?

RESEARCH Module intensives + classes are M – F, August 8th – 13th. 

There is an opening circle event + jam on August 7th that we encourage participants to attend, and the final participant + faculty sharings of work are throughout the day on August 13th, plus a closing circle + jam on August 14th. 

 

Where are the festival classes?

All classes and events will take in-person at 12th Ave Arts. Click HERE for directions to the studios.

 

How do I access the festival as a drop-in participant?

Morning and evening classes are open for drop-ins. Registration for these classes will be through MindBody, where drop-in participants can register and pay.

Registration for Drop-In classes (and individual intensives) will open on July 1.

Until then, you can register for the full SFD+I festival or full TRAIN Module above or one of our ongoing classes HERE.

 

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

We’re offering two programs to help make the festival more accessible:

  • We are offering 100% tuition-waivers for the 2022 Summer Festivals to TBIPOC dancers. To learn more and apply, click here.
  • The work/study program is open to everyone, and participants receive a 50% discount to the festival. To learn more and apply click here.

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

We have currently capped all RESEARCH Module offerings at 25 people.

What is Velocity's refund policy for SFD+I?

Velocity’s refund policies were created to offer as much flexibility to our community as possible, while still protecting our beloved SFD+I from risk and instability. 

The refund schedule for the Full Festival Pass, Train Module (all cohorts), or Research Module (full week) is: 

  • Before June 30, 2022 all registration fees, less the $250 non-refundable deposit**, are fully refundable for any reason. 
  • After July 1, 2022 all registration fees, less the $250 non-refundable deposit**, are 50% refundable for any reason.
  • After your first class begins, all registration fees are non-refundable for any reason, including illness or injury. 

**When you purchase a Full Festival Pass, Train Module (all cohorts), or Research Module your $250 deposit is non-refundable. If you pay in full, your deposit is included in your payment, and is still non-refundable. 

The refund schedule for any a la carte intensives, workshops or classes is:

  • After you register, all registration fees are 50% refundable for any reason.
  • After your first class begins, all registration fees are non-refundable for any reason, including illness or injury.

I'm coming to SFD+I from out of town. Do you provide housing options?

To be announced. Velocity has worked with on campus housing at the UW, Cornish Commons, and Seattle University to house SFD+I participants in past years. Due to the uncertainty of 2022, this year’s partnership is still unconfirmed, though we hope to solidify plans soon.

Please email Shirely, at operations@velocitydancecenter.org to be the first to learn more information about 2022 housing options. 

Is the SFD+I venue accessible?

12th Ave Arts is fully accessible for wheelchairs and walkers. The lobby and bathrooms are at street level, and seating is available without the need for an elevator or stairs. The venue is also equipped with an Assistive Listening Device. For special needs, advanced word to the event producer can help in preparations.

OTHER QUESTIONS?

Contact operations@velocitydancecenter.org

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