|Photo by Alex Escalante, 2014
On a Sunday Afternoon (2016)
On a Sunday Afternoon is a multi-pronged community art project that engages seniors, youth, college students, professional artists and arts faculty in the creation and presentation of original art works. A performance event will put the works in immediate dialogue with one another. Collaborators include Andrew W. Mellon Arts and the Common Good Grant and the Center for Civic Engagement at Drew University, ARTS By The People, Diana Crum, Lester Senior Housing Community, Morristown Neighborhood House, and AUNTS.
The Blue Studies (2015-16)
The Blue Studies is a multi-pronged investigation of the color blue (the history, science, and cultural associations). It consists of private rehearsals, public workshops, verbal discourse, and performances.
See calendar page for info on classes, performances, and public rehearsals.
collaborators include Samuel Hanson and Kirsten Schnittker
SOUND for The Blue Studies: chashama, Sept 6-8, here
a writing from Floromancy is here
a video of a solo performance study is here
a video of a trio performance study is here
Performed by Diana Crum. Music by Ben Seretan and the Carter Family.
at Brazil, Brooklyn, New York, May 2-3, 2014
Performed by Diana Crum. Music changes at performance.
at Movement Research at the Judson Church, New York, Sep 30, 2013
video excerpt here
If I tell myself I have enough time, then I can be with you (2012)
Performed by Erin Cairns Cella, Kathy Wasik. Music and video by Peter Kerlin.
at Dixon Place, New York, Feb 28-29, 2012
review by Lori DeGolyer/Bomblog here
review by Eva Yaa Asantewaa/Infinite Body here
conversation with Lindsey Drury on Critical Correspondence here
Performed by Maggie Cloud. Costume by Deborah Black.
at CPR, Brooklyn, June 17-18, 2011
photos by Ian Douglas here
Performed by Maggie Cloud, Jung-eun Kim, Bessie McDonough-Thayer & Emily Wexler
performed in Anita's Way, New York, April 25, 2011
created through The Residency @ chashama, supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts
video by Janusz Jaworski here
Performed by Sam Hanson, Mike Watkiss, Cherie Mockli, Ashley Anderson & Angela Gagliardi-Campos.
at the Main Library in Salt Lake City, November 8, 2010
created through loveDANCEmore's Artist-in-Residence program
reviews at loveDANCEmore blog
HOME (in process)
Performed by Diana Crum.
Oct 11, 2010 showing at Movement Research at the Judson Church :
JUXTAPOSING THE REMOTE AND THE IMMEDIATE (2010)
A collaborative research project (and blog) supported by an iLab Residency
OPEN STUDY(2008) -
Performed by Diana Crum. Music by Chris Forsyth.
June 5, 2009 performance at the American Dance Festival :
THE WEATHER THAT I WANTED (2009) -
Performed by Lindsay Clark, Katherine Folckomer, Sarah Ingel, Gina Kohler, Jo Leung, and Emily Suggs
Music by Peter Kerlin.
Photos on homepage and contact page taken July 25, 2009 at the American Dance Festival by Irene Brisson