Gabrielli LaChiara

Gabrielli LaChiara has been facilitating groups and individual healing for over 25 years. Her experience includes teaching and facilitating educational systems, classrooms, families, individuals and children through deep and transformative change. She has developed a healing modality called the Infinity Method. Gabrielli has been a performing artist since 1989, and has been doing contact improvisation informally for 8 years.

Gabrielli LaChiara

Gabrielli LaChiara has been facilitating groups and individual healing for over 25 years.

MCLA Tricks of the Trade: Environmental Art

From the Director's Loft: SustainABILITY

What does it mean to truly sustain ourselves, our community, this land, this organization, our artistic practices?

A Zone of Ones Own by Toby Hemenway

Looking forward to the Permaculture Fundamentals course this month we'd like to share with you the following except for Toby Hemenway's A Zone of One's Own.  

Saliq Savage

Saliq Savage is an inveterate contact dancer and teacher. He works with infants helping them to learn many of the same things that he teaches adults, is a certified teacher of Body-Mind Centering® currently teaching in the certification trainings in North Carolina and he teaches DanceSomatics BMC and Dance at the Ponderosa TanzeLand Festival outside Berlin in the summertime.

The Umbrella Fund

Sustainability at Earthdance

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Sustainability at Earthdance

Spring is here ( ! ) awakening new growth and inspiration.

Onye Ozuzu

Onye Ozuzu is a dance administrator, performing artist, choreographer, educator and researcher currently serving as Chair of the Dance Department at Columbia College Chicago. She was Associate Chair, Director of Dance in the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Colorado, Boulder. While there, her work was notable for its balance of visionary and practical progress in the arenas of curricular, artistic, and community development of diversity, collaboration and interdisciplinary performance arts.

Call and Response: Explorations in the Civic Body

with Onye Ozuzu & Krista DeNio

October 11, 2012 - 5:00pm - October 14, 2012 - 4:00pm

How do we speak in the body politic? How does the body of the group recognize the voice of the individual? And vice versa? How does the body support the voice? And vice versa? How does the voice represent the body? Can we transform the cultural traditions of our dances, songs, and stories into useful civic processes for the present discourse? Can we expand the footprint of our performance arts into active participation with the processes through which communities, society, citizenry make decisions and affect the direction of our shared experience?

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