SEEDS Festival: Somatic Experiments in Earth, Dance, + Science

SEEDS Festival
Somatic Experiments in Earth, Dance, + Science
June 14 – 28th 2009
Earthdance · Plainfield, Massachusetts
www.earthdance.net/seeds
http://seedsfestival.ning.com
SPREADING SEEDS: DEADLINE December 20th

SEEDS Festival will benefit from projects beyond the scope of our curatorial imagination. We invite you to propose and participate in the following projects: Single Workshops (Green/Body/Local & CI as a Social Experiment), Interdisciplinary Residencies, Presentations, Panel Discussions, Performances, Videos & Films, Archiving, and more! Our website lists the complete descriptions and downloadable application forms.  www.earthdance.net/seeds.

SEEDS Festival (Somatic Experiments in Earth, Dance, + Science) is a unique interdisciplinary summer festival dedicated to arts and ecology. The two weeks will feature workshops, collaborative design projects, panel discussions, live performances, films, and interdisciplinary investigations.  This year’s format: Week One: A week of workshops, and a two-track weekend of eco-soma-regional research, & social experiments into CI. Week Two: Interdisciplinary investigations.
This year, the Festival will focus on potentiality – in this year of potential political change & community organizing, we invite this phenomenon into our interdisciplinary investigations.

SEEDS Festival 2009 Curatorial Team: Margit Galanter, Melinda Buckwalter, and Olive Bieringa

SEEDS Team: Curators, Earthdance Staff, & Programming Committee.

Earthdance is an artist-run residential retreat center and an international arts organization. Through a broad spectrum of activities and programs, Earthdance cultivates the art of improvisation, dance, collaboration, and ecological understanding. Located in Pioneer Valley, Western Massachusetts, Earthdance features two beautiful dance studios, farmhouse, comfortable dorm accommodations, delicious cuisine, wood-stove sauna, spring-fed swimming quarry, and 100 acres of outdoor bounty.

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