Tanz Iii Series 3 Opening Feed: When Is It Not Theatre?

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Tanz Iii Series 3 Opening Feed: When Is It Not Theatre?

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Tanz Farm season III: A Performance Anthology series 3: March 11-28, 2015 "In the thrust towards the future...I want to leave something of use" OPENING FEED: When is it not theatre? Join us for an intimate conversation with Atlanta writer Edward Hall and artists, philosophers and enablers: Myra Bazell, co-founder, SCRAP Performance Klimchak, composer, conceptual performerRebecca Makus, Lighting Designer, tech wizard Chris Yonker, director, Mammal Gallery Wednesday, March 11 Goat Farm Arts Center 7pm. free and public spirits will be served. info@tanzfarm.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Tanz Farm season III series 3: "In the thrust towards the future...I want to leave something of use" Erik Thurmond (ATL) WORLD PREMIERE | Malcom Low + Formal Structure ( New York) Atlanta PREMIERE PERFORMANCES Thursday-Saturday, March 26-28, 2015 3 performances only. Tickets: $10-$25 “In the thinking of Tanz Farm curators Lauri Stallings and Anthony Harper, such plans are necessary for their bundle of courageous arts initiatives to take root in Atlanta. To build an audience that truly loves and supports contemporary performance, people at many levels of the community have to engage with the work.” ---ArtsATL info@tanzfarm.com wwwtanzfarm.com ____________________________________________ Tanz Farm season III: October 29, 2014- May 24, 2015 Tanz Farm is a joint vision of artists and real estate developers to establish a historic factory space as an inter/national destination for current practices and philosophies in contemporary performance. Tanz Farm produces unique performance projects by artists and creates chance-of-a-lifetime experiences for our Atlanta community. We make significant investments in the performance community to help increase the quality of new work being created and exchanged. In doing so, we contribute to the vitality of arts and culture in the Southeast by helping launch careers while growing audiences for experimental performances. Launched in 2012 by glo and the Goat Farm Arts Center, Tanz’s mission is anchored in the agency of risk-taking and expanding boundaries through bold ideas and philosophies centered in performance. Since its inception, Tanz has featured seminal performances by zoe/juniper (Seattle), Niv Sheinfeld& Oren Laor (Tel Aviv), Staib Dance (Atlanta), Fabien Prioville (Dusseldorf), glo (Atlanta), Sidra Bell New York, Amanda K. Miller/ CORE Dance (Atlanta), Catellier Dance Projects (Atlanta), Pierre Rigal ( Toulouse), Gustavo RimerezSansano (Valencia) with Ballet Hispanico New York and L.A.'s ate9dANCEcOMPANY. Our primary activities include a 4-part performance series, resources that provide selected artists with technical residencies, free space, advocacy and marketing, as well as a range of public initiatives that provide greater access to in-depth information and social involvement between artists and our community. All Tanz Farm programming is framed around a remarkable 116-year old historic factory space called Goodson Yard, at the Goat Farm Arts Center. Curators Lauri Stallings, founding artist, glo and Anthony Harper, owner of The Goat Farm Arts Center. Tanz Farm takes place at the Goat Farm Arts Center 1200 Foster St. Atlanta 30318 Write us: info@tanzfarm.com www.tanzfarm.com gloatl.org

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