• Making Space Spring 2017

    Our Making Space Spring 2017 was alive with performances from artists who explored choreographic practices to evoke new understanding in themselves and others; sought truth; and engaged in contemplation, discourse, and action.

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  • American Realness 2017

    Last January we gathered for performances, in-process showings, and discourse as part of American Realness 2017.

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  • Work Up 3.0

    In April 2017, Work Up presented nine emerging artists on a series of three shared bill performances, as well as an artist-generated exhibition in the Gibney Dance Gallery.

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  • DoublePlus Fall 2016

    DoublePlus Fall 2016 featured three weeks of cutting-edge performance curated by mentor-choreographers Cynthia Oliver, David Parker, and luciana achugar. Each artist-curator chose a pair of emerging or under-exposed artists for three split-bill evenings running Thursday to Saturday.

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  • Making Space Fall 2016

    Artists from around the world engaged us in dialogue through live performance during Making Space Fall 2016.

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  • dance-mobile 2016

    dance-mobile 2016 featured performances by Gibney Dance Company and guest artists at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Foley Square, and Fort Greene Park.

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  • Work Up 2.0

    Work Up 2.0 featured works by Angélica Angulo Soledad, Lisa Fagan Dance Problems
    Jasmine Hearn, Kimberleigh Costanzo, Miřenka Čechová & Collaborators, Lily Bo Shapiro, Nora Stephens, Randy Reyes/Barrio Cartography, Connor Voss, Gabrielle Revlock, Elisabeth Motley/Motley Dance, and Johnnie Cruise Mercer/TheREDproject.

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  • Making Space Winter-Spring 2016

    Gibney Dance’s Making Space Winter-Spring 2016 artists pushed and questioned the boundaries of ideology, politics, and identity through live performance.

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  • In the Works at 890 Broadway 2016

    In the Works at 890 Broadway presented a day of works-in-progress by Gibney Dance’s Dance in Process Resident Artists, Meredith Boggia Artists and Projects, and American Dance Institute on Sunday, January 17, 2016.

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  • Making Space Fall 2015

    Gibney Dance is a community of ideas: an artistic hub where diversity of experience is embraced and risk-taking is celebrated. Making Space Fall 2015 artists bravely explored and confronted issues of identity politics, dance history, colonialism, visual culture, and more.

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  • dance-mobile Summer 2015

    dance-mobile is an ongoing series of free outdoor performances, classes, and talks in parks throughout the city. By ‘making space for dance’ in outdoor public spaces, Gibney Dance hopes to make the power of movement accessible to all members of our community.

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  • Work Up 1.0

    Work Up 1.0 featured works by Abigail Levine, seymour::dancecollective, Sophie Sotsky | TYKE DANCE, Evvie Allison, Ayano Elson, Alex Romania, Ni’Ja Whitson Adebanjo/The NWA Project, Elena Rose Light, Alyssa Gersony, Lauren Ree Slone, Eli Tamondong / Projectile Imagery, and Theater Pre-show by Jacob Slominski.

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  • Making Space Spring 2015

    For our inaugural spring season at Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center titled “Making Space,” we introduced audiences to our three diverse performance venues. Over fourteen weeks we presented the work of twenty-two provocative and groundbreaking dance, theater, and multimedia artists who are pushing the limits of performance in New York City.

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  • Winter Works 2015

    Winter Works presented cutting-edge performances by Miguel Gutierrez, Marjani Forté, Anna Sperber, Annie-B Parson/Big Dance Theater, Susan Marshall & Company, and Ryan Holsopple / 31 Down.

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  • DoublePlus Fall 2014

    DoublePlus featured six weeks of cutting-edge performance curated by mentor-choreographers Annie-B Parson, RoseAnne Spradlin, Jon Kinzel, Miguel Gutierrez, Bebe Miller, and Donna Uchizono. Each artist-curator chose a pair of emerging or under-exposed artists for four split-bill evenings from Wednesday to Saturday.

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