Danspace Project: Out of Space @ BRICstudio

Danspace Project: Out of Space @ BRICstudio

Friday & Saturday

May 23 and 24, 8:30pm

The second in this two-part showcase curated by Ishmael Houston-Jones  features a range of diverse and dynamic artists.  Michael Helland endeavors to enter the realm of the divine with It Just Didn’t Sparkle. Aki Sasamoto’s Modified Habits unravels the memories of objects. Arturo Vidich presents cold heading, and Fiona McCrotty-Dolega presents excerpts from Continental Drift. Lynn Neuman’s Vic and Dee: Through the Years ironically highlights friendships and growing up in the 80s, and Shani Nwando Ikerioha Collins/Eternal Works’ new multi-media collaboration delves into childhood memories and intimate relationships. Work by Eva Schmidt will also be presented.  Out of Space @ BRICstudio is co-presented by Danspace Project and BRICstudio.

Tickets available at the door and online: www.briconline.org/bricstudio.

Info: 866-811-4111.


BRICstudio is located on the 2nd floor of 647 Fulton Street. Enter at 57 Rockwell Place, around the corner from the BAM Harvey Theater.

Subway:  2, 3, 4 or 5 to Nevins St; B, M, Q, R to DeKalb Av; G to Fulton St

Bus:  B25, B26, B38, or B52 to Ashland Place/Rockwell place, turn right on Rockwell.

BRICstudio supports the development of new works in theater, dance, music and multi-disciplinary performance and provides subsidized rehearsal and performance space for artists in our 4,000 square foot black box theater. BRICstudio is a performing arts program of BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn, a multi-disciplinary arts and media non-profit, dedicated to presenting visual, performing and media arts programs that are reflective of Brooklyn’s diverse communities, and to providing resources and platforms to support the creative process. All of our offerings are free or low cost, to enhance the public’s access to and understanding of arts and media.

BRIClab, a commissioning and residency initiative launched at BRICstudio in 2007, is a vital incubator for artists and the creative process. Through intensive one-week residencies, BRIClab provides emerging innovators and established performers with time, space and support to explore new works in various stages of development. BRIClab artists-in-residents receive: rehearsal space, production and technical support, marketing, stipends and partnership opportunities. In addition, artists are paired with Creative Advisors who provide invaluable mentoring and feedback. BRIClab residencies culminate in multiple work-in-process presentations designed for audiences craving creative provocation and exchange.

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