Date: October 19, 2014
Time: 12:00 p.m.
Location: Frenetic Theater, 5102 Navigation Boulevard, Houston, Texas 77011
This class will be rooted in Graham principles of contraction and release, spirals, and deep and articulate use of the back. We will spend time understanding the elements of Graham floor work and end with a risky, falling, large movement phrase. Tilts are coming for you!
Lydia Hance is the Artistic and Executive Director of Frame Dance Productions (framedance.org). Her work has been performed at the Contemporary Art Museum, Miller Outdoor Theater, Jones Plaza, downtown buildings, ferries, festivals, warehouses, art galleries, claw foot bathtubs, and on screens internationally. In 2012, Hance was named Dance/USA Emerging Leader through acceptance into the Dance/USA Institute of Leadership Training. She has been named a top 100 Creative by the Houston Press and Arts + Culture Magazine dubbed her Houston’s “queen of curious locations.” From 2012-14 she was the Education Director of Hope Stone, Inc., and she is a curator of Third Coast Film Festival. She graduated magna cum laude from Southern Methodist University with degrees in Dance Performance and English Literature. She trained at the Taylor School, Graham School, Tisch School of the Arts, Limon Institute and SMU.
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