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.
A class where we map our body utilizing repetition and sequencing to understand different dynamics and flow throughout the body. Combining different textures to understand and research the range and scale of our movement.
ABOUT Kevin Pajarillaga
Kevin Pajarillaga, a Filipino American began his training at Citydance Conservatory in 2010 then at Point Park University. Professionally he worked with companies NW Dance Project, YYDC, Sonya Tayeh Dance, Bruce Wood Dance, and PRIOREDANCE. He guest performed with Parsons Dance Company at NHSDF, Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, and Pittsburgh Ballet Theater. He originated roles with choreographers Felix Landerer, Ihsan Rustem, Yin Yue, Patrick Delcroix, Andrea Pena and more. At SPRINGBOARDDANSE Kevin performed works by Crystal Pite and Victor Quijada. He has choreographed for NW Dance Project’s “In Good Company”, The Juilliard Schools’ senior showcase 2017 and DREAMscape Gala 2017.
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 email@example.com to process your payment.
Photo by Jingzi Zhao.
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).