12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

January 11 | February 8th
April 11 (TBC) | May 9

Hosted by Thea Patterson,
Dance/art discussions attempt to merge or reconcile current trends in dancemaking and academic theory.

The seminars are meant to provoke and encourage dialogue and reflection… in the spirit of the artist Joseph Beuys: “In places like universities, where everyone talks too rationally, it is necessary for a kind of enchanter to appear.”

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January 11th reading is, Geographies of Requiredness: Notes on the Dramaturg in Collaborative Devising by David Williams

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Past Fall Readings

For the December 14th reading, check out a video version of the text as lecture.

The reading for Second Saturday On November 9th can be found here.

In the first session we will be reading Choreography and an Apparatus of Capture by dance and performance studies scholar Andre Lepecki

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