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Ottawa Animation 2013 02/01/15
A selection of audience favorites and award winners from the 2014 Ottawa International Animation Festival.
 
First Fridays: Carnvial! 02/06/15
Costumes, music, and samba—Carnaval do Brasil comes to life at First Fridays! In this celebration of Brazilian art and culture, take in a spotlight talk in the galleries, featuring the work of Brazilian artist Adriana Varejão. Her self-titled exhibition nods to Brazil’s vibrant past, present, and future while addressing questions of cultural identity. Then, sip on a caipirinha and join in an evening of dancing and revelry in celebration of Carnival!
 
2014 Oscar Nominated Short Films: Animation 02/08/15 To 02/16/15
For the ninth consecutive year, the ICA presents the Oscar nominated short program, featuring the intriguing live-action, animated, and documentary short films you always wish you'd had an oppurtunity to see come Oscar night.
 
Filmmaking 101 02/08/15 To 03/15/15
Learn the basics of how to put together a film, including deciding on concept, choosing content, editing, adding sound and special effects. Each pair will complete a short piece by the end of the class. This class is for students ages 8 and older with an adult. Different topics will be explored at each class. Sign up for classes independently. Space is limited. Scholarships are available for families at Boston Public Schools. For scholarship information, contact Kathleen Lomatoski: klomatoski@icaboston.org at least 3 weeks prior to program. Fees: $45 per pair for ICA members; $50 per pair for non-members; $25 per extra child or adult. Space is limited.
 
2014 Oscar Nominated Short Films: Live Action 02/14/15 To 02/16/15
For the ninth consecutive year, the ICA presents the Oscar nominated short program, featuring the intriguing live-action, animated, and documentary short films you always wish you'd had an oppurtunity to see come Oscar night.
 
Urbanity Dance 02/20/15 To 02/21/15
Urbanity Dance offers intimate, unconventional performances that challenge and awe audiences. Founded six years ago by director Betsi Graves, Urbanity has become a national force in dance. The company presents four works including the Boston premiere of theyfell by Betsi Graves, using infrared lighting technology designed by artist Jeremy Stewart and music composed by Ryan Edwards. Other works includePhoto Box D, choreographed by Houston-based Andy Noble, (r)evolve, choreographed by Keigwin + Company's Jaclyn Walsh, and the classic Pilobolus quartet, Ocellus.
 
Shantala Shivalingappa 02/27/15 To 02/28/15
Perhaps best known for her work with Pina Bausch’s Tanztheater Wüppertal, Shantala Shivalingappa is also one of the world’s leading experts in South Indian Kuchipudi, a narrative classical dance form. Expect an evening of storytelling, surprising rhythms, and quicksilver movement in a format seldom seen in Boston.
 
Dorrance Dance with Toshi Reagon and Biglovely 03/13/15 To 03/15/15
Hailed by The New Yorker as “one of the most imaginative tap choreographers working today,” Michelle Dorrance and her award-winning company perform the Boston premiere of The Blues Project, an unforgettable evening combining nine astonishing tap artists with live music by world-renowned musician and composer Toshi Reagon and her band, BIGLovely. Free preperformance talks with dance critic Debra Cash 30 minutes prior to curtain in the ICA lobby. Free postperformance Q&A with the company Friday, March 13. The presentation of The Blues Project by Dorrance Dance was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
 
Moses(es) 03/27/15 To 03/29/15
Reggie Wilson returns to the ICA with his Brooklyn-based Fist and Heel Performance Group. An evening-length exploration of “how we lead and why we follow,” Moses(es) draws from influences including Zora Neale Hurston’s Moses, Man of the Mountain; Wilson’s studies of Monotheism, African cultures, and fractal geometry; and trips to Israel, Egypt, Turkey, and Mali.
 
RUBBERBANDance 04/10/15 To 04/11/15
“An exciting, seemingly improbable fusion of hip-hop, ballet and modern dance.”—Los Angeles Times With the freshness and spontaneity of street dance, the rigor of ballet, and the inventiveness of contemporary dance, RUBBERBANDance Group defies gravity with humor and humanity as well as power and grace. Choreographer Victor Quijada, who was a b-boy in Los Angeles before signing on with Twyla Tharp and later Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, codirects the Montreal-based company with Anne Plamondon. Their latest production, Empirical Quotient, explores human relationships with six exceptional dancers whose backgrounds range from classical, contemporary, and urban dance to circus arts. Free preperformance talks with dance critic Debra Cash 30 minutes prior to curtain in the ICA lobby. Free postperformance Q&A with the company Friday, April 10.
 
Miwa Matreyek 04/17/15 To 04/18/15
A newcomer to Boston, LA-based multimedia artist Miwa Matreyek combines animation, video installation, and performance for one-of-a-kind experiences that have appeared at international art centers and festivals including Sundance Film Festival. These two pieces combine stunningly lovely imagery with inventive movement and shadow play for works that are,as she says, “at once semi-scientific (like flipping through a children’s encyclopedia), emotional, and dream-like, rich in surrealism, metaphor, and fantasy.”
 
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