Tag Archives: Jennifer Monson

808s and Heartbreak at PS122

Neal Medlyn in Why Won’t You Let Me Be Great!!!, photo by Zack Brown Welcome to PS122, where several downtown artists and choreographers performed this weekend in Why Won’t You Let Me Be Great!!!, an evening-length show inspired by and … Continue reading

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Movement and Environmental Awareness

iLAND photo by Bob Brain In honor of Earth Day, I’d like to share an excerpt from iLAND artistic director Jennifer Monson’s opening remarks at last month’s iLAND Symposium: “Both art and science are fundamentally creative fields where there is … Continue reading

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iLAND: Where Art, Nature, and Dance Collide

iLAND dancers, photo by Bob Braine Several years ago, I was seeking a meaningful way to integrate my interests in dance and environmental issues.  Both took up most of my free time, rarely intersecting and always competing for my attention.  … Continue reading

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