The Washington Post on Ignite Artist Asanga Domask
The Washington Post
Critical Dance on Ignite Artist Robert J. Priore
The CityDance Ignite program seeks out rising choreographic stars and provides them the resources and support needed to create and present new work. Artists receive marketing, public relations and administrative support, in addition to free rehearsal space at the CityDance Center at Strathmore. Ignite artists have shown their work at world reknown venues including: Atlas Performing Arts Center, The Ailey Citigroup Theater, Dance Place, Embassy of Australia, Embassy of Sri Lanka, Gaertner Performing Arts Center, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and Sidney Harman Hall, to name a few.
Prism by Sarah J. Ewing at Dimensions
SerendibDance at the Kennedy Center
PrioreDance at Atlas Performing Arts Center
Brightest Young Things Covers Analog 2
CityDance at Jacob's Pillow
CityDance Ignite Artist Featured in NBC News Story
CityDance Ignite Artist Receives Project/Event Grant
Critical Dance Review of Ignite Artist Robert J. Priore's "Casita"
Code It. Dance It. Technologic. Dance Place Presents Analog
CityDance Ignite Artist S. J. Ewing Debuts Analog at Dance Place
Code, Choreography, AND Georgia O'Keeffe
Ignite Artist Sarah Ewing Presents "Dear Future Husband"
S. J. Ewing & Dancers Presents Analog II
Analog II melds the linear, digital experience of technology with the three dimensional human experience of movement and touch in an interactive and immersive environment. The performance exists inside animated projections that respond, interact and are manipulated by the dancer’s movements via motion capture technology. Saturday, August 11 at 8pm Sunday, August 12 at 7pm
Celebrating the heritage of Sri Lanka by showcasing its intricate movements, the sounds of drum rhythms, and exquisite and elaborate costumes, SerendibDance takes the audience into an ancient world filled with traditions rich in culture.