https://bit.ly/AiRArtAssembled Arts at the Armory
191 Highland Ave
Somerville, MA 02143
AiR Arts at the Armory SHOW #1
When + Where? Tuesday, May 31, 2022 at 7pm as part of the AiR Performances at the Center for the Arts at the Armory. Show starts at 7pm. Tickets can be reserved: https://bit.ly/AiRArtAssembled
Presented by the Somerville Arts Council and produced by ArtAssembled
WHO? Jessica Roseman is an award winning choreographer, performer, movement educator, and a mother. She incorporates healing arts philosophies into her improvisational choreography. Sensing and expressing the right action for the moment guides her work.
WHAT? Paradise Is Now: I'm On Fire is part two of an evening length solo dance by choreographer Jessica Roseman. In it, she asks, “What if hot flashes were actually highly valued superpowers that heal and fuel the multiverse?” Like comic book clippings, see Jess move beyond... with mangoes, tuning forks, and space travel!
WHO? Caitlin Canty, of Somerville, MA, makes dances for the stage and screen. Her dances mine a private human emotional experience in an attempt to breakdown an illusion of loneliness and posit imaginative possibilities that make noise and glitter.
WHAT? "I want to leave my body, but I want to take my body with me when I go" is an autopsy of technique as it was taught to me, and it is dedicated to my teachers. I am thrilled to collaborate with composer and multi-instrumentalist Anthony Brocatto.
WHO? Catherine Siller Boston-based choreographer and multimedia artist Catherine Siller has presented her feminist, queer affirming performances nationally and internationally. Drawing on her MFA in Digital Media, her work blends interactive video, animation, and dance.
WHAT? “The Mysteries of Life: a Queer Nature Walk” is a multimedia installation and performance that uses true stories of animals’ social interactions and mating rituals to challenge heteronormativity and affirm queerness and transness as natural.