March – 2020 – Danspace Project

March 2020

day pulls down the sky: follow me

A painted portrait of Okwui Okpokwasili with a crown of colorful flowers. The image is tilted on it's side.

    follow me words, song and music by Okwui Okpokwasili I ask you to follow me Follow me, follow me, follow me Through the bush you will wonder wonder you will wonder Wander Wonder wander wonder I tell you… Read more

Questions From The Chorus

Six women sitting in a row of chairs facing an audience. An art istallation made of fruit is behind the speakers.

  What does it mean to weave a collective song?   How do we vibrate and move together?   What is possible when we hum, utter, and gesture together?   How does the process of collaborative participation forge a transformational… Read more

day pulls down the sky: binding song

A painted portrait of Okwui Okpokwasili with a crown of colorful flowers. The image is tilted on it's side.

    binding song words and song by Okwui Okpokwasili music by Peter Born I can go for days Don’t tell me to stop Don’t tell me not to go The thread runs through my navel Then round and round… Read more

New Ways of Gathering

  On March 13th, Platform 2020: Utterances From The Chorus came to an abrupt halt at the onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Although we are deeply saddened to end the Platform events, the health and safety of the artists, staff,… Read more

Announcement about March 2020 performances & events

A large circle of people standing on the floor of the church, facing in towards one another.

Dear Friends, For the health and safety of our community, all public performances through March 28 have been cancelled. This includes all remaining Platform 2020 events, as well as Megan Williams Dance Projects (Community ACCESS). We will offer full refunds… Read more

Collective Research: The Platform 2020 Research Groups

A circle of seven pairs of hands, all reaching into the center.

  As an inquiry-based extension of Platform 2020: Utterances From The Chorus, Danspace invited individual artists to be part of two artists Research Groups that have been meeting regularly over the last nine months with group facilitator, Seta Morton. They… Read more

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