Twice a year I write about the wonderful opportunity available to artists in many cities in the US and Europe– Fieldwork. I am the facilitator in Houston. Fieldwork is a work group for artists to show in-process works and receive peer feedback to inform the progress and process of their work. It is multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary. After the past ten weeks of making work, we have our showcase at Barnevelder Movement Arts Complex this Sunday at 7:30pm. The artists include: Loueva Smith, Neil Ellis Orts, Margo Stutts Toombs, Diana Weeks and yours truly, Lydia Hance. I will be screening LOVE ME, so if you missed our premiere, here’s another chance.
The Fieldwork Showcase is always unstuffy, usually has several works that are mid-process, and encourages audience-artists dialogue afterwards. Get up close and personal with Houston artists.
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LOVE ME will also screen on February 23, 2012 at Archway Gallery, so please do mark your calendars for that.
For more information about Fieldwork and CORE Performance Company that sponsors the Houston and Atlanta Fieldwork workshops, visit CORE’s website. If you remember a while back, I wrote about my teaching with Dynamic X-Change which is also a program of CORE. I linked to the article in Dance Studio Life about my work at the Monarch School for kids with neurological differences.