The Virtual Contemporary Workshop Series features two-day workshops with Alexander Anderson, Rena Butler, FLOCK, Zui Gomez, Jesse Obremski, Kevin Pajarillaga, Marla Phelan, Jie-Hung (Connie) Shiau, Gilbert Small, Jacob Thoman, Jake Tribus, and Leal Zielińska.
A glimpse into the unique journeys of esteemed artists who are navigating and transforming the ethos of current art. Open your perspective as you delve into their process and reimagine the future of the dance field. Artists curated by Alexandra Wells.
Workshops will take place via Zoom from July 13-August 6. A single workshop costs $40 and each additional workshop has a discounted cost of $20 each.
Each 3-hour session includes technique, repertory/exploration/improvisation, and a ‘meet the artist’ discussion.
Jake‘s contemporary class explores efficiency and fullness of movement through the utilization of natural momentum, swing, and curve. Concepts of spinal articulation, bounce, and isolation lend themselves to the understanding and implementation of groove within his movement studies.
ABOUT JAKE TRIBUS
Jake Tribus is a recent graduate of the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance. He has worked with artists such as Taylor Swift, Lorde, Backstreet Boys, and Billy Porter. In 2019, he performed in the world-premiere work of Where There’s Form by Aszure Barton in Hamburg, Germany, and most recently performed in the US premiere of A Quiet Evening of Dance by William Forsythe at The Shed in NYC. Additional performances of his include work by: Crystal Pite, Dwight Rhoden, Jiri Kylian, Sonya Tayeh, Barak Marshall, Andrew Winghart, Rauf “Rubberlegz” Yasit, Paul Taylor, and more.
Registration for a single workshop is $40, and each additional registration costs just $20.
1 Workshop: $40
2 Workshops: $60
3 Workshops: $80
To register for multiple workshops, select the 2 Workshop or 3 Workshop payment option. Once your payment is complete, you will be able to register for the additional workshops without any additional charge.
If you would like to register for more than 3 workshops, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to process your payment.
Photo courtesy of the artist.
We welcome the opportunity to make this event more accessible. Please submit your requests by completing our Access Requests and Inquiries Form or calling 646.837.6809 (Voice only).