In collaboration with Pieter Performance Space, Metro Art Presents “Moving Through,” a monthlong series of dance and movement for times of change featuring a diverse group of teaching artists. The series, filmed at Union Station, continues Thursday, April 8, at 7 p.m. on Metro’s Facebook, Metro Art’s Facebook, and Union Station’s Facebook and YouTube channels and will continue April 15 and 22.
The April 8 program is Cunningham Technique With Chard Gonzalez.
Gonzalez, a choreographer, performer and teacher, will be joined by dancers Tamsin Carlson, Julie Opiel and Heather Seybolt to introduce exercises from Cunningham Technique, a dance training method that explores how the spine and limbs can move both independently from one another and in concert.
Each program features a connection to transit, ranging from the practical (meditative movement to bring calm during a hurried commute) to the abstract (through Cunningham Technique, a systems-based dance form developed by distinguished choreographer Merce Cunningham) to the historical (House Dance’s relationship to the subway system in Chicago and New York).
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