Photo by Whitney Browne Photography
Upcoming events at a glance..
- Tuesday 7/16 @ 10am-12pm - TEACHING Contemporary Forms at Gibney 280 Broadway (enter at 53A Chambers, NYC) // More info *guest spots available first come first serve
- Wednesday 7/17 @ 7:30pm - To What End (Study #2) at Triskelion Arts SummerFest 2019 curated by The Craft / Triskelion Arts - 106 Calyer St (Brooklyn) // More info
- Friday 7/19 and Saturday 7/20 @ 8pm - To What End (Study #3) at Brooklyn Ballet's First Look / The Mark O'Donnell Theater at The Actors Fund Arts Center - 160 Schermerhorn Street (Brooklyn) // More info
- Friday 7/26 @ 10am-12pm - TEACHING Contemporary Forms at Gibney 280 Broadway (enter at 53A Chambers, NYC) // More info *guest spots available first come first serve
- July 27-August 11 - Participant in The Creative Gesture - Collective Composition Lab for Music and Dance 2019 at BANFF Centre for Arts and Creativity (Alberta, Canada) // More info
- Sunday 9/22 @ 7pm - To What End (Study #4) at WaxWorks / Triskelion Arts - 106 Calyer St (Brooklyn) // More info
Gibney 280 Broadway (Entrance at 53A Chambers)
This class strives to create an inspiring, supportive environment in which participants feel comfortable and free to take risks within and outside of their bodies. Deeply rooted in anatomic and somatic principles, we will take a playful, hands-on approach to understanding our structures, heightening our awareness of ourselves and how we navigate space. I encourage movers to discover or redefine their movement potential through exercises that emphasize the ideal alignment, softness into the floor, articulation, energetic efficiency and ease. We will approach choreographic material with an improvisational sensibility that allows us to practice presence in concert with our technical precision. We will work with touch, breath, voice and imagination to inspire curiosity and creativity that will hopefully stay with us as we leave the studio and re-enter the world around us.
Check out the press for LOOP!
"Her arms arcing into sumptuous, invisible cursive, the fair-haired Snyder moves like she’s suspended in water. Locking eyes with audience members and even, at times, laughing to herself, she is giving and self-possessed. Perhaps it’s the intimate space that affords these moments, but I get the sense that’s just who she is. The artist drapes her arms over a person’s lap and dances inches away from another. These interactions aren’t intrusive. Rather, Snyder’s warm spirit encourages us to lean in like she’s beckoning us to move from the proverbial backseat to shotgun. Thus, we’re transported from this place that resembles a suburban rec room with its parquet floor and worn-in couch to some abstract yet magical place." - Trina Mannino of Dance Enthusiast
"We had moved from the laboriousness of the random, rote, and practical up through the channel of the energetic, coordinated, and controlled, and were now ready to ascend to a lighter place, an integrated place, a cooler and wiser and more accommodating place" - April Greene of Bushwick Daily
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