Date(s) - November 04, 2017
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
About the workshop
In this workshop you will learn about participatory performance. You will dance like nobody is watching, figure out how to collaborate with others to make art, and discuss how to create audience interaction. You will learn about live art and have fun. This workshop is open to visual and digital artists, performers, theater makers, and anyone else who is tired of sitting too much.
About the instructor:
Tusia Dabrowska is a time-based artist and writer. Her focus is on video and live art projects. Recent work has been seen at, among others, The Print Screen Festival (Tel Aviv, Israel, 2016), The Great Wall of Oakland (Oakland, CA, 2016), TAFNY (NY, NY, 2015), Loop Discovery (Barcelona, Spain 2015), CologneOff (Cologne, Germany/Tel Aviv, Israel, 2014), Slingshot (Athens, GA, 2014). Her writing/translation has appeared in the Nth Position (poetry), the Forward (translation), Aish (personal essay), Vida, and The Vassar Review (translation). Tusia is a recipient of the Puffin Foundation Grant (2014) and an Asylum Arts alumni (2015 and 2016). In the winter 2017, she will attend the Signal Culture Residency. She holds degrees from the New School, Trinity College Dublin, and NYU. Tusia shares her time between Warsaw and Brooklyn.
To reserve a seat in the workshop, please register using the link below: