Columbia College Chicago

Paramodernities, lunchtime talk #1

Join us for a free, lunchtime pre-performance conversation about some of the ideas explored in Paramodernities on Zoom. Then come see the work discussed in a Chicago park!

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Thursday, June 10

12 - 12:45pm

Join choreographer Netta Yerushalmy, with Sandra Kaufmann (Director of Dance, Loyola University), and Lin Hixson and Matthew Goulish (director and dramaturg of Every house has a door), to discuss her work Paramodernities in a pre-performance conversation held on Zoom online at noon.

Paramodernities offers an utterly unique hybrid of academic conference, dance performance, and town hall gathering.

Sections being discussed and shown on Thursday, June 10:

Paramodernities #1: The Work of Dance in the Age of Sacred Lives
A response to Vaslav Nijinsky’s Le sacre du printemps (1913)


Paramodernities #2: Female Trauma, Interdiction, and Agency in “The House of Pelvic Truth”
A response to Martha Graham’s Night Journey (1947)

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Thursday, June 10 at 12:00pm to 12:45pm

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