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sub for Irene Dowd, April 5.

Sasha Welsh will sub for Irene Dowd tomorrow, Wednesday April 5.

  • April 4th, 2011
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Location Change for Open Performance: March 16.

There’s been some unexpected changes in space availability and space possibilities for some of our upcoming programming.

Wednesday March 16th, 8pm

Open Performance

will take place at:

The Puffin Room

435 Broome Street

between Broadway and Crosby


Thanks for sticking with us as things get a little turbulent. We will keep you informed and up to date on all changes and we look forward to seeing you at Open Performance!

Tues March 8th 10am class will be held at Avenue C Studio, not Danspace Project

Tomorrow, Tuesday March 8th, Levi Gonzalez’s 10am class will be held at the Avenue C Studio, 55 Ave. C at 4th St. Class will NOT be at Danspace Project.

The Week Ahead. March 7-March 13, 2011.

This Week at Movement Research…

miriam-wolf-by-ian-douglas

Monday March 7. Movement Research at the Judson Church.
8pm. 55 Washington Square South.
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LOCATION CHANGES for Open Performance March 2 and Morning Class March 8

There’s been some unexpected changes in space availability for some of our upcoming programming.

Wednesday March 2nd, 8pm

Open Performance

will take place at:

Chelsea Studios/Theatreworks USA

151 W. 26th Street, Studio 603

Between 6th and 7th Avenues (closer to 7th)

We will also be relocated for March 9, 16, and April 13. We’ll let you know the details on those locations asap!! Be sure to check the blog and facebook.

Tuesday March 8th, 10am

Levi Gonzalez’s Morning Class

will take place at:

Avenue C Studio

55 Avenue C between 4th and 5th Streets

Thanks for sticking with us as things get a little turbulent. We will keep you informed and up to date on all changes and we look forward to seeing you and these fun new locales!

NO Movement Research at the Judson Church tonight, Dec 6!

There is NO Movement Research at the Judson Church tonight, December 6.

Join us next week, December 13, for works by Ashley A. Friend, Leah Meltzer, and Tiana Hemlock-Yensen.

The Week Ahead. November 22-28, 2010.

This week at Movement Research…

Movement Research Festival FALL 2010: TRULY MADLY DEEPLY starts November 29! See info below.

Please note that Movement Research office will be closed to the public for Thanksgiving, Wednesday November 24, Thursday November 25 and Friday November 26.

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Lindsey Dietz Marchant Class Cancelled, Friday November 19, 10am

We’re sorry to say that Lindsey is sick this morning and will not be able to teach. It was unexpected and we did not have time to find a substitute teacher. We hope you’ll join us for class this weekend and next weekend, and we hope Lindsey feels better soon!

The Week Ahead. November 15-21, 2010

Check out the UPCOMING section… Fall Festival 2010: TRULY MADLY DEEPLY is approaching! MELT registration is under way!

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Skinner Releasing Technique starts THIS WEEKEND!

Karl Anderson, Skinner Releasing Technique
Saturdays 12-4pm
NOV 13 & 27, DEC 4 &18, JAN 15 & 29 and FEB 12 & 26

Randy Warshaw Studio, 115 Wooster Street b/w Prince and Spring, buzzer 2F
$30 per class
register online at:
www.movementresearch.org/classesworkshops/classdescriptions/index.php

Skinner Releasing Technique
Think, feel, play. The Skinner Releasing Technique is a movement-based and imagery-based process of discovery. SRT enables one to discover their own mechanical logic, intuitive awareness, and personal imagistic realities. The intended long term result of SRT is a mature person who is a self-motivated and self-propelled critical thinker. The SRT pedagogy is highly structured and rigorous and yet the classes unravel within a sense of ease and mystery. Partner graphics, structured improvisations, and guided imagery allow the student to find clarity within the physical self. In addition to becoming better movers and dancers, we happen upon empathy which in turn can lead to compassion.

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