1 May 2015

Danspace Project

Charged Spaces
curated by David Thomson

Daria Faïn, Massimiliano Balduzzi and Christine Bonansea Saulut

Selected for their presence and how they choreographically energize the spaces they inhabit, these three artists, working in their own unique vocabularies, will present solos exploring various states of being through investigations of form or character.

The other nights are curated by Jeanne Durning (April 30) and Iréne Hultman (May 2).

Food for Thought
at Danspace Project
St Marks Church-in-the-Bowery
131 East 10th Street (at Second Ave) NYC

Thursday May 1st  at 8:00p

$5 with 2 cans of food; or $10 without
Admission for Food for Thought is just $5 plus 2 cans of food*; or $10! No advance reservations.  Food for Thought presents multiple artists over one weekend with a different guest curator each evening.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT is benefit series supporting neighborhood food distribution programs as part of Arts Against Hunger, a global initiative of Philip Morris Companies Inc. Arts Against Hunger aims to increase awareness of, and participation in, the fight against hunger while building arts audiences. This benefit performance/canned food drive collects non-perishable items and presents new works by a range of choreographers.