Keshet Center for the Arts with Tricklock Revolutions presents: Gabrielle Neuhaus

Wednesday, January 28 & Friday, January 30, 2015 @ 8 pm

THE WOMAN WHO DIDN’T WANT TO COME DOWN TO EARTH


A physical and visual theater piece combining acrobatic movement, dance, and everyday objects. A woman refuses to touch ground. 

Confronted with external threats and demands, she obeys neither rules nor gravity and reaches absurd and extreme situations. Starting with a comic-style, indoor aerial trip, the piece depicts the universal challenge of the individual to stay true to oneself.

Tickets can be reserved by calling The Revolutions Ticket Hotline:
Please call 414-3738 to reserve an individual ticket for these performances. Payment can be taken by credit card over the phone, or by cash, check, or card at the door of the performance. Please be advised that shows sell out quickly and reservations are recommended for all shows in order to be guaranteed a seat. Reservations will be released ten minutes prior to showtime and tickets not picked up will be sold to a waiting list.

 

Keshet Ideas and Innovation Center Business Workshops for the Arts

Basics of Starting Your Arts Business” * FREE – Registration required

February 10, 2015, 1:30-3:00

Are you wondering what an LLC is and why you might need one?  Curious what the requirements are to qualify your new arts business as a non-profit entity?  What’s the difference between non-profit and for profit anyway?  Wondering how to keep your personal property safe from the risky parts of a new business?  Are you certain you know what forms get filed where to keep your new arts business on the legal up and up?  What if you have a legal structure, but you’re not sure it’s the right one?

Join Serge Martinez, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of New Mexico for a lively and interactive discussion of the basic legal steps to establish your arts business.  Professor Martinez manages UNM’s Business and Tax Clinic and can teach you what you need to do to get your business up and running.

KIIC is proud to partner with the New Mexico Community Development Loan Fund http://www.loanfund.org/ who is making this workshop available at no cost to participants.  Attendance is free; however, reservations are required.  RSVP  HERE or call 505-224-9808.

 

Keshet Center for the Arts presents: Master Classes with Erika Randall

Tuesday, March 3 – Friday, March 13, 2015

11:00am-12:30pm Weekdays

(9 classes total)

$15 drop in
$100 for all 9 classes
$70 for package of 5
** UNM Dance Student Rate: $45 for package of 5

Erika Randall is a teacher, choreographer and filmmaker who has recently worked with Teena Marie Custer, Sara Hook, David Parker and the Bang Group, Michelle Ellsworth, Gabriel Masson, Anna Sapozhnikov, Rebecca-Nettl-Fiol, Esteban Donoso, the Mark Morris Dance Group and Buglisi/Foreman Dance. She is also a founding member of the Seattle born company Cava-Parker Dance whose new home is in Puebla, Mexico. She formed the Columbus Movement Movement (cm2) in Columbus, Ohio. Erika co-wrote, directed, produced and choreographed the feature dance film, Leading Ladies, which premiered at the Sonoma International Film Festival in 2010 and has played to sold-out audiences at over 40 festivals world-wide. Her interest in dance, its relationship to popular culture, and its ability to impact change, is at the heart of all of her research and teaching. She holds a MFA in Choreography, Ohio State University; BA in Dance, University of Washington, and is Assistant Professor and Colorado University faculty member since 2007.

To register call 505-224-9808 or click here.

Keshet Dance Company presents: A beast an angel and a madwoman

Saturday, March 14th @ 8:00pm and Sunday, March 15th @ 2:00pm 

Four Choreographers

Three Dancers

Two Weeks touring in Europe

New Mexico’s One & Only Keshet Dance Company

As part of Women and Creativity Month – Keshet Dance Company will preview this performance at the Keshet Center for the Arts, 4121 Cutler Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110

  A beast an angel and a madwoman – is one hour of modern dance collaboration

Four Original New Trios by Four Dynamic Choreographers

Maggie Bergeron – Minneapolis

Donna Jewell – Albuquerque

Erika Randall – Denver

Shira Greenberg – Albuquerque

For tickets: Click Here

 

To see a list of Repertory work and Masterclasses available for touring click here.

 To view the Tech Rider click here.