On a normal day, Gibney’s 23 studios are a bustling artistic nexus. We love walking down the hallway and seeing different artists, different projects, and different communities making each space their own. We are missing that feeling, and want to find a way to share it with you.
We’ve asked a group of renters whose rehearsals, showings, workshops, and events have been postponed or suspended to give us a glimpse of what they’re working on, share the ways we can support them right now, and tell us what the first thing they’ll do is once they’re back in the studio.
The first thing we’ll do? Close our eyes, feel the floor supporting us, and take a deep breath of gratitude.
RENTER SPOTLIGHT: DANCIO
“Take a deep breath, savor it, and have a moment of gratitude.”
Who are you?
Dancio provides online dance classes with some of the world’s best teachers for a la carte or subscription rental by individuals or institutions.
How can we support you right now?
Join us and take a class at dancio.com.
What is your favorite memory of working in Gibney’s studios?
Seeing the light stream into the windows throughout the day, exchanging hugs and being inspired by the incredible community of artists.
What are you most looking forward to about being back in the studio?
Knowing that Gibney supports and strengthens NYC by empowering artists.
What is the first thing you will do when you are back in the studio?
Take a deep breath, savor it, and have a moment of gratitude.
Video from one of our Dancio classes filmed in Gibney’s Studio U by Gibney’s Digital Media Initiative. It features Ballet with Madame Olga, featuring pianist Kai Ono and dancers Kayla LaVine, Brianna Kim, Seth Koffler. Top photo by Sarah Crosswell.