As Choreographer-in-Residence with the Meridian Interns Program, during a two-week project we developed an evening length performance as part of the House at 100 celebrations. As part of this two-month interdisciplinary arts festival, we worked together to compile our perspectives/questions about the last 100 years of San Francisco's history and the city today. We presented a performance in three acts which explored/invted the audience to engage in various tools of choreography as models for varied-participation from individuals in group activities and actions.
Our project workshops explored collaborative art making and a methodology to develop participant’s skills in designing art-work/performance to be executed by several individuals.
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