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International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium (IIAC)


Come investigate and experience ways that movement, sound, image, and performance can inform human culture. With multiple workshops each day, teaching artists who have just engaged in a 5-day International International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium (IIAC) Residency join with participants from around the world to create an embodied dialogue at the intersection of modalities—contemporary dance, improvisation, voice, sound, visual art, social rituals, walking practices, and more.

with Teaching Artists:

Esther Baker-Tarpaga (Lenapehoking/Philadelphia, PA)

Nicholson Billey (Lenapehoking/New York)

Deborah Black (Lenapehoking/New York, NY)

yaTande Whitney V. Hunter (Lenapehoking/Philadelphia, PA)

Martín Lanz Landázuri (Mexico City, Mexico)

Arely Landeros (Mexico City, Mexico)

Paulina Ruiz-Carballido (Paris, France/Oaxaca, Mexico)

Iskra Shukarova (Skopje, North Macedonia)

Zornitsa Stoyanova (Sofia, Bulgaria)

Sugar Vendil (Lenapehoking/Brooklyn, NY)

Facilitated by Peter Sciscioli

Friday & Saturday, August 4 & 5 10am-8pm Movement Research, 150 1st Avenue, NYC $30-$15 per workshop For more information, click here :

Roundtable Discussion Friday, August 4 7pm-8:30pm Movement Research, 150 1st Avenue, NYC FREE For more information, click here :

This project is supported by the 2023 GPS/Global Practice Sharing program of Movement Research with funding from the Trust for Mutual Understanding.

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