ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
This program offers an opportunity for an up-and-coming Chicago practitioners to curate a series of performances over a two week span. During this time residents are encouraged to approach these performances as a unit, placing them in conversation with one another. For the launch of this program curators Kara Brody & Amanda Maraist chose to spotlight three movements makers in a series titled: work around.
Built from a need for more support towards creative processes, work around aims to redirect the desire for finished products by allocating resources towards developmental stages of artists’ work. This two-week series amplifies the process of three exceptional Chicago-based dance artists – Cat Mahari, Tuli Bera and Drew Lewis. With 40+ hours of rehearsal space, each artist will dream up an iteration of their in-progress work for a two-weekend showcase.
BLK ARK: THE IMPOSSIBLE MANIFESTATION (WORK IN PROGRESS)
BY CAT MAHARI
FEBRUARY 4 & 5
BY TULI BERA
FEBRUARY 9 & 10
BY DREW LEWIS
FEBRUARY 11 & 12
ABOUT KARA BRODY
Kara Brody is a movement based artist focusing her work towards collaborative spaces. She teaches frequently throughout the Chicago area and currently in collaboration with Lucky Plush Productions, Erin Kilmurray, Khecari and Faye Driscoll.
Artist Links: @kbrody_//Facebook
ABOUT AMANDA MARAIST
Amanda Maraist is a movement based artist from the Texas Gulf Coast. In Chicago she co-directs bim bom studios, performs with Khecari, and works collaboratively with other performance, music and visual artists.
Artist Links: https://www.amandamaraist.com//@amandaplsplspls