FALL 2022 Adult Beginner Modern Series - Mondays 6:30-8pm @ 33 Hawley

FALL 2022 Adult Beginner Modern Series - Mondays 6:30-8pm @ 33 Hawley

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Northampton Community Arts Trust

33 Hawley Street

Northampton, MA 01060

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Drop-in to our ON GOING SERIES, adult beginner modern series! Mondays from 6:30-8 PM at 33 Hawley in A.P.E's workroom ( lower level )

About this event

SCDT Presents:

ADULT BEGINNER MODERN

Mondays, 6:30-8:00 PM

Drop in any time

Open to all who want to train together in a supportive environment. Rotating teachers: Katherine Adler, Maya LaLiberte, Ellie Goudie-Averill, Kate Martel, Jennifer Polins, and Jules Skloot

CLASS FEES:

  • Student/Low Income: $5-$25
  • Employed/Financially Stable: $15-$50
  • Arts Supporter/Able to Give: $25-$500
  • SIX WEEK SESSION: $60-$120

TEACHER SCHEDULE FOR FALL 2022:

STAY TUNED!

BIOS

Maya LaLiberté (she/they) is a movement artist compelled by the visceral connections shared between humans during moments of intimacy, risk, presence, and play. Maya graduated with a BA in Dance from Smith College in 2018, where she studied across multiple forms/disciplines/modalities including Contact Improvisation, Countertechnique, House footwork, ballet, and improvisational exploration. Upon graduation, Maya lived in Brooklyn, NY where they worked as a dancer and choreographer in the NYC dance scene. Maya has had the honor of working with artists such as Jennifer Nugent, Bill T. Jones, Thryn Saxon, Bebe Miller, and Anna Vomacka, as well as presenting her own work and collaborations at Smith College, ADF, BDF, and venues throughout NYC. At the beginning of 2020, Maya returned to Western Massachusetts, where she now lives, works, dances, performs, teaches, and explores the natural landscape with all of her senses.

Chloe London is a dance choreographer and performer from New York City. As a freelance performer, London has danced for Stefanie Nelson, Martha Tornay, Tammy Sugden-Carrasco, John Zullo, Elizabeth Furman, Lexie Thrash, Madeline Kurtz and Justin Bass. She has also performed in multiple Merce Cunningham works for The Cunningham Trust. Her choreography has been presented by East Village Dance Project/La MaMa Theatre, Split Bill Series at Triskelion Arts, Dixon Place, WestFest, Composers Concordance and Battery Park Dance Festival. She was a 2019/20 Triskelion Presents Artist and created an evening length show for their Muriel Schulman Theatre. London holds a BFA in Dance and an Honors College degree from SUNY Brockport. She was a 2020 Guest Choreographer at Lindenwood University and a Mentor for the Young Dancers Workshop at Bates Dance Festival from 2018-2020. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Performance and Choreography at Smith College.

COVID-19 SAFETY:

COVID safety protocols will be strictly followed. Masks are required of all participants at ALL TIMES while in the Hawley St. building, and class sizes will be limited to allow for social distancing.

You MUST provide proof of vaccination at the beginning of the semester. Email your proof of vaccination to us to keep on file at infoscdt@gmail.com

Learn more about our COVID-19 safety policies and find updates HERE >>>>

Questions? Call or email our program coordinator Jen: +1 (413) 695 1799 // jenscdt@gmail.com

For more programming through SCDT, please visit www.scdtnoho.com.

SCHOLARSHIPS:

Scholarships and tuition help are available upon request for everyone, especially BIPOC students. Please contact us at infoscdt@gmail.com to inquire about scholarships and fee waivers.

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