Earthdance Blog

Apr 24 2013 - 9:27am

Kalyan Uprichard, Building & Grounds Manager at Earthdance, shares plans for the Earthdance garden and other projects we will be undertaking this upcoming weekend during our annual Spring Work Weekend, Kalyan's favorite event of the year.

 

by Kalyan Uprichard

Apr 20 2013 - 10:05pm
 
Monel Chang, Executive Intern at Earthdance, writes about the the most recent experimental undertaking of the Earthdance staff: Making our own maple syrup.
 
Apr 12 2013 - 11:26am

by Monel Chang, Executive Intern

Apr 6 2013 - 10:35am

Martha Eddy is a Dynamic Embodiment practitioner - a somatic discipline she created and first taught at Earthdance in 1992! DE blends two amazing Somatic Movement Systems - BodyMind Centering and Laban/Bartenieff Studies.

Mar 28 2013 - 2:56pm

As 2013 unfolds, those of us who hold down the fort are asking ourselves how to engage the community in advancing our food production and processing at Earthdance. We are all well aware of the rising food prices, and the impact those prices have on our own wallet. At Earthdance, we consider that for the hundreds to thousands of individuals that bring grace to our dinner table.

Mar 12 2013 - 2:54pm

This weekend, Montreal based movement teacher, Catherine Lessard, will be leading a workshop on subtle training and deep research into liberating the thinking and dancing body. The workshop will be an exploration in human expression through breathing, awarenss, and various nuances of touch movement, offered in a deep atmosphere of respect and discovery. More information on the workshop can be found here!

Mar 1 2013 - 4:24pm

Throughout my first month as Executive Artistic Director, I have been amazed and inspired by Earthdance's passion, rich resources, and the dynamic layering of its community. Artists, organizers, researchers and builders bring life and vision to this unique organization on a daily basis.

Feb 27 2013 - 1:22pm

During the E|MERGE 2013 Interdisciplinary Artist Residency, Australian movement artist James Cunningham stayed through to work on his outside time-lapse slow movement videos. Throughout his ten-day residency, James made six videos of himself slowly moving outside among the trees and inclined snow-covered wood. His camera takes a high-resolution digital image every five seconds, as he moves incrementally. After standing or walking outside for up to two hours, what results is a forty-five seconds to minute-long video of up to eight-hundred photographs shown one right after another.

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