ARCOS Performance | Tasteful // Austin, TX

ARCOS Performance | A Gastroaesthetic Adventure with Dance Installed

ARCOS performance

ARCOS performance—one evening only!

Life ain’t always sweet, that’s for certain. And let’s face it: Not everything tickles your fancy, turns your crank, trips your trigger. But what if you could snap your fingers to change your taste, just like that—even if only for an evening?

At Tasteful: A Gastroæsthetic Adventure with Dance Installed, our audience is invited to dress as their most bizarre alter egos, transform their tongues with the berry of the synsepalum dulcificum plant and experiment with unusual food and drink, and witness feats of terpsichorean folly that will tear their few remaining perceptions asunder. Join us.

8pm on May 19 at the Museum of Human Achievement (near Canopy).
Tickets: $10 at the door.

This show contains nudity and mature content.

ARCOS Presents: anxious 20yr olds | THIS ISN’T NEW // Austin, TX

ARCOS Presents Series

The ARCOS PRESENTS series debuts as part of our training and development program: the ARCOS directors mentor emerging artists through the process of producing their own work. This inaugural event features a collective called the anxious 20yr olds, with an evening-length work, THIS ISN’T NEW, exploring what it means to be American in 2017.

ARCOS presents

The Warriors: A Love Story Suite at Blanton Museum’s SoundSpace

The Warriors: A Love Story at Blanton Museum’s SoundSpace

Sunday, June 4, 2–4PM | FREE
Atrium of the Blanton Museum of Art

The SoundSpace series at University of Texas’ Blanton Museum of Art presents a program next month addressing the experience of refugees. Alongside other artists approaching the issue, ARCOS will perform a suite of pieces from The Warriors: A Love Story, featuring archival audio of Ursula Gray describing how she survived the bombing of Dresden and worked to build a new life in the United States with her American husband Glenn.

Dance Artist Development Award

Dance Artist Development Award
Applications Open: November 1
EXTENDED Deadline: December 6 at midnight CT
Frequently Asked Questions

ARCOS offers the Dance Artist Development Award (DADA) in recognition of the critical need for financial support to enable independent artists working at the professional level to expand their creative horizons. The award is intended to give dance artists in Austin the opportunity to take a risk by exploring methods beyond their established practices. Complete the application below and hit the submit button to apply for the Dance Artist Development Award. It is recommended to save your application responses offline to avoid losing material in the event of an error with this online form. Please refer to the FAQ page for information about the award, eligibility requirements, and tips for making your application strong. If you have further questions, contact us via email with “DADA application” in the subject line.

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Application

  • (if applicable)
  • (750 characters including spaces. Approx. 100 words)
  • Briefly describe your personal artistic practice, interests, and relevant lineages. What might not be immediately evident from your biography and CV?

    (750 characters including spaces. Approx. 100 words)
  • How do you propose to use the award to expand your established personal artistic practice? What new methods will you explore, and what specific resources will you pursue to do so (eg classes, workshops, instructors, mentors)? How does your proposed plan reflect a spirit of rigorous experimentation and commitment to lifelong learning as an independent artist?

    (1500 characters including spaces. Approx. 200 words)
  • Work Samples

    Please submit 2 work samples. Accepted formats include video or audio links (YouTube, Vimeo, or Soundcloud) or PDF (using the file upload button). Total video and audio samples should be a maximum of 2 minutes and PDFs a maximum of five pages. Samples can include performance or choreography excerpts, teaching footage, music compositions, visual art, or media design. Provide a brief description for each sample.
  • (70 characters including spaces. Approx. 35 words)
  • (70 characters including spaces. Approx. 35 words)
  • Please use this button if uploading a PDF file
  • This will be used for a public announcement on December 15, should your application be selected.
  • This can be of you in performance, your choreography, a studio shot of you teaching, etc. This will be used for a public announcement on December 15, should your application be selected.

This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division
of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

ARCOS Class + Coffee with Guest Artist Candice Schnurr

ARCOS Class + Coffee

ARCOS welcomes local artist Candice Schnurr for a special edition of Class + Coffee on April 6.

Thursday, 4/6 from 10–11:30am

$10 at Austin School of Classical Ballet (4624 Burnet Rd.)

Candice Schnurr received her BFA from SUNY Purchase College and went on to collaborate with a number of dance artists in New York from 2003-2014. Her influences include study with the Trisha Brown Company and six years of exclusive training in Gaga with LeeSaar the Company and members of Batsheva Dance Company. Candice has taught at Dance New Amsterdam, Mark Morris Dance School, SUNY Purchase College, and the Juilliard School as well as for the cast of the off-Broadway immersive show Sleep No More.

Class is a guided investigation of the possibilities within your unique body. Respond to evocative imagery and verbal cues in a continuous journey across the layers of bone, muscle, fluid, and skin.

class + coffee

ARCOS Performance | Ten Tiny Dances // Houston, TX

ARCOS Performance | Ten Tiny Dances® in Houston, Texas.

ARCOS performance

 

Erica Gionfriddo will perform a new duet with actor Judd Farris at CounterCurrent Festival in Houston. Performed on a four-by-four-foot raised cube with other pieces in the Ten Tiny Dances®program, Spelunking explores ideas we are developing for an upcoming project that employs a coded movement language: here, the performers must determine if they can trust one another and, using veiled speech and subtle physical gestures, relay an important message.

ARCOS will be presenting alongside imaginative work makers Charles O. Anderson, John Beasant III, Roxanne Claire, Courtney D. Jones, Alisa Mittin, SpareWorks.dance (Amber Ortega-Perez + Charles Perez), Joshua L. Peugh/Dark Circles Contemporary Dance, Sixto Wagan, and Connor Walsh.

 

 

Ten Tiny Dances® @ CounterCurrent 2017

April 19, 2017
8pm
Post HTX
401 Franklin Street, Houston, TX

Online Performance Art Festival | d33P

Online Performance Art Festival | d33P

Presented at the Online Performance Art Festival on February 25, 2017 at the Museum of Human Achievement. Performed by Sarah Navarrete and Alyssa Johnson. Video and sound by Eliot Gray Fisher.