Saturday, October 21 – 6-10pm – 3022 E.Sterling Circle, Boulder, COTickets on sale now!
Appetizers | Drinks | Dancing | Auction | Performances
Support Boulder’s non-profit leader of aerial arts: Frequent Flyers® at a sparkling evening event with appetizers, libations, dancing, mystery balloons, auction items and performances by the fabulous Frequent Flyers® Professional Company and High Flyers!
Your attendance helps us provide scholarships to youth through adults, providing greater access to the wonderful upside-down benefits of aerial dance.
Dress up, dress down… masquerade if you want. All are welcome!
Flight Collaborative presents SciDance with Frequent Flyers® Aerial Dance
October 27-28, 2017. 7:30pm.
CU ATLAS Black Box Theater – located downstairs, basement level B2, in the Roser ATLAS building, 1125 18th St at Colorado, on the CU-Boulder campus
A collaboration between scientists and aerial dancers, SciDance is a cerebral and kinesthetic meditation on earth system processes. With choreography from Flight Collaborative (www.flightcollaborative.com) and Frequent Flyers® Aerial Dance (http://frequentflyers.org/), aerial dancers transform the work of female CU Boulder scientists in the focal areas of forest, ice, and fire into an immersive textural landscape. Technology and artistic practice are melded to alter the physical performance space, compelling us to reflect on our own place among these Earth elements. SciDance is an experience that is wholly different from either listening to a scientific lecture or seeing an abstract dance performance. The hard science is translated into the tenderly sensual, the ferociously cruel, and the arrestingly ethereal nature of Nature. Scientists: Megan Cattau (fire), Chelsea Nagy (forest), Valerie Morris (ice). Dancers: Laura Burgamy, Megan Cattau, Mandy Hackman, Jessie Loisel, Valerie Morris, Alysha Perrin, April Skelton, Nancy Smith
This event is presented by CU Boulder’s ATLAS Center for Media, Art and Performance, an incubator for the novel and experimental use of technology in music, dance, visual art, theater, film and new media. It is also made possible by The Awesome Foundation Boulder.
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