Besides talking about his pathway into dance, his creative process, and the workings of Adama, Nir Ben-Gal shares his outlook on dance, religion, culture, healing, and non-violence.
Liat Dror talks about how she and Nir Ben-Gal forged a new path in Israeli contemporary dance, moved to the desert, and developed an innovative approach to healthy, healing movement.
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.
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 […]
Opening a festival devoted to emerging choreographers, “Then and Now” featured excerpts of four dances which, in the days when the festival doubled as a competition, won the coveted first prize.