Lincoln Center Campus
This public sculpture, sound, and live performance installation was conceived by Andrea Miller and artistic director of movement-based production company GALLIM.
"Visitors first experience You Are Here as a free sculpture and sound installation...each sculpture created by scenic designer Mimi Lien, houses a speaker through which audio portraits of New Yorkers are projected. Composer and sound artist Justin Hicks created an aural garden that stretches across the footprint of the plaza. Artists, ushers, security guards, educators, and other staff members nominated by Lincoln Center constituent organizations and community partners from across the city will tell a story, dance, sing, breathe, or reflect — offering a window into their experiences processing this past year," according to the release. Find out more here
In-Person - Various Artists
Studio 3R Performance Space
July 30 - August 6
PROTEAN PIECES --Curated by Jonathan Matthews, Protean Pieces brings together four choreographic entities - 2nd Best Dance Company, spacejunk Dance, Indah Walsh, and Sienna Blaw - for a project of equal parts performance and creative incubation. Find out more here here
In-Person & Virtual - Various Artists
92Y Mobile Dance Film Festival
July 31 - August 15
Dance is back at the 92nd Street Y with the fourth annual 92Y Mobile Dance Film Festival -- the first in-person dance program since the pandemic shut 92Y’s doors in March 2020. MDFF 2021 features three Official Selection programs with a total of 36 films plus a 17-film Student Film Program. Find out more here
In-Person - Jill Sigman
A response to the past year, To Mend is an outdoor durational process about slowness, loss, and repair. In this collaboration with composer/vocalist Kristin Norderval. Find out more here
Virtual - Kevin Ramsey
"Hangin with Hank"
In the third episode of my "Hangin'" series the guest is Ramsey - performing artist, writer, director, choreographer. Join the conversation here