An artistic collaboration of storytelling, activism, and heritage told through meter, melody, and movement. featuring the poetic meter of Colorado Springs artist, teacher, and storyteller, Papillon Posies; the dance movement genius of Washington DC choreographer and Artistic Director of Sylvidances, Sylvana Christopher; and the acoustic musical sounds of Washington DC guitarist, bandleader, and music instructor, John Lee.
The performance will be livestreamed on their facebook and youtube, as well. Q&A following the performance.Event Details
ELEMENTS DANCE COLLECTIVE is a Pre-Professional Urban Dance Training and Performance company for dancers ages 9-18. Dancers in the program receive a comprehensive education in all forms of Urban Dance, such as breaking, locking, popping, Hip Hop, house,krumping, waacking, voguing, and various forms of commercial dance. Dancers also have the opportunity to train with industry professionals and perform at many noteworthy events and venues.Event Details
Maida Withers, Washington, DC dancer/choreographer
Tania Fraga, Brazilian computer artist
Steve Hilmy, DC/Florida composer/musician
Artists come together, online, to create a new and unusual performance/installation: In these COVID-19 times, we come from our individual homes to explore beauty and crisis in a visionary 3D Rainforest!
A Roadkill Opera’s Road from Artomatic to the GRAMMYs to the Symphony Orchestra of Northern Virginia: From Page to Fully Staged
Tune in for a live talk with pre-taped segments rolled into it. Dialogue, question-and-answers from the live online audience, and perhaps live performances with A Roadkill Opera’s music director Jeff Dokken and key performers such as Martine Micozzi, Laura Wehrmeyer, Christopher Dews, David Timpane, and Michael Thompson. They plan to give away swag to those who engage by posting their own 15 to 60 second clips using the lyric videos and karaoke videos online at www.roadkillopera.com.Event Details
Artomatic is a nonprofit and relies on artists and volunteers to staff our events. This allows us to keep our registration fee lower than other art festivals. All artists must register by creating a profile. As part of the registration process, every participant must: a) pay the registration fee, b) commit to volunteer for 3 shifts of 5 hours each (a total of 15 hours) and, 3) upload a bio and images. We hope you can join us for our next Artomatic event.Register
Artomatic provides an opportunity for non-artists to also volunteer for our events. You can register to be an event staff member at no cost, but we ask that you complete the registration form. Depending on your experience with large events, we might ask you to help us before, during or after the event. This is a great way to meet artists of all talents and gain a better understanding of how Artomatic has sustained itself for 20 years.Register
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