For Photodance, curator Hadas Maor has assembled an array of striking photographs capturing moments in performance, in rehearsal, and in staged photo shoots.
Situated in the town of Mizpe Ramon, the site of an enormous and beautiful crater, Adama (which means “earth” in Hebrew) is hands down the most unique dance center I have ever visited.
On Monday May 5th (2008), I again accompanied the Batsheva Ensemble as they trekked to Kiryat Shmona for two performances of Ohad Naharin’s “Seder.”
Photo: At Adama’s Shavuot festival in 2008, dancers gathered around for an aerial dance workshop. While some dancers and movers will gather at Vertigo Dance Company’s Eco-Art Village for the […]
Since its inception in 1984, Shades of Dance has showcased artists who are relatively fresh to the field of choreography.