glo welcomes contemporary artists focused in dance and performance to the 2014 gloINTENSIVE. The 3-week session is shaped to increase knowledge, inspiration and creativity of contemporary movement within the special atmosphere and creative environment of glo. This unique performance program takes place in joint campuses of the renowned Woodruff Arts Center in midtown Atlanta, and in Atlanta’s Westside Arts District on the historical Goat Farm Arts Center campus.
The program includes ballet classes, and contemporary dance and improvisation sessions with guest choreographers and teachers. Each week, Atlanta artists working in inter-disciplinary practices will share work and philosophies with the INTENSIVE artists.
For more information write us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and to speak with SCHOOLHOUSE Principal, write Sean.Hilton@gloatl.org
With contemporary movement as the cornerstone, glo will guide the next generation of artists on a journey that values independent thinking and problem solving through fresh exploration and a tenacious, communal work ethic found in today’s contemporary performance. We aim for clear speaking, among all movement languages.
The first half of the day begins with technique class followed by improvisation and experimentation. At least twice a week this part of the day is followed by public intervention, or what glo calls “mapping.” Following lunch, the second half of the day is devoted to choreographic process by visiting choreographers and glo founding artist Lauri Stallings.
3 weeks: $750.00
Housing is available at affordable rates in Atlanta.
*please note your need for housing on your application.
For information on housing write schoolhouse@gloATL.org
Write us at our home in the Westside Arts District:
Goat Farm Arts Center
1200 Foster Street
Atlanta Georgia 30318