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      December 2, 2010

      Thursday   7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

      218 East 42nd Street (btw Second & Third Avenues)
      New York, New York

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      New Works: Litteraurban

      This project brings together an handful of talent from four different countries: Australia, Japan, USA and Venezuela This project intends to find the artist among the urban chaos, by performing and exploring alternatives spaces other than the conventional performing venues. It is about artists who talk about life, today and now, transmitting their voices to and through a globalized world. Integration is the key point of this project. Interconnecting people, life, art and urban culture. It intends to find the common people inside the creative process and insure inclusion of the passive outsider. CHOREOGRAPHERS: Yvanhova Silva Deb Silver Akiko Tomikawa Emily Peck Tiana Hemlock Laurel Desmarais LITTERAURBAN is organized and produced by: Yvanhova Silva, a Venezuelan, born in Caracas. She graduated from TDC as Interpreter of Modern Dance in 2004; She hold a degree in Bussiness Administration from the University Central of Venezuela. Her diverse work range consists of her participation with companies such as TangoXTango, and Sinergia Tango from 2003 to 2005. Yva worked with The National Dance Company of Venezuela from 2006 to 2007 as well as with The Taller Experimental Pisorrojo in 2008. She created and performed pieces for The International Dance Day in 2006 and 2007, with the Cultural Ministry of Venezuela, World Tango Festival (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2005. In New York City, She participated in different events such as Mix Movement, Palissimo-Movement Research and formed collaboration with independent choreographers like Scott Lyon, Lindsey Dietz Marchant, Oliver Steele and Elliot Ortiz. As a producer in New York she had worked with LitteraUrban in Chez Bushwick and Art in Bushwick. NEW WORKS presents the new work of emerging choreographers and facilitates dialogue through feedback sessions and Q&A. New Works is curated by Alexandra Albrecht and Jeso O'Neill.

      Cost: 15.00

      Categories: Performing Arts

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