Our programming focuses on considering the question “who is dancing what, now?” As a result, our activities offer experimental approaches to creative practice and dance technique, bringing artists from a multitude of dance backgrounds together to explore and push the boundaries of contemporary dance.
Love-In has introduced “seasons” to their yearly programming:
Fall | October - December
Winter | January - March
Spring | April - June
Summer | July / 3 week Summer Love-In Festival
All of our current programming is hosted via Zoom. Auto-captioning and live transcripts are available. Practice Lab and Artist Feature are offered at a PWYC sliding scale ($0 - $20). No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Our Community Access Program invites participants to access our programs with any support they need. Please contact us if you require any additional support by sending an email to: email@example.com.
SPRING SEASON 2021
Practice Lab | Roberto Soria, May 3 – 9, 2021
Let’s come with no expectation the only thing you need is what makes you feel good we love ourselves and each other so lets connect to our originality and embrace our desire to desire.
Artist Feature | Jaz Fairy J, April 14 - June 23, 2021
These sessions include ideas, concepts and practices that I have been researching (more specifically and intentionally) for the past 4 years and during that time my question has been “what is the medicine/the healing in what I do as an artist? how can I share that and guide others to the healing power inside of them?” I have learned so much in my practice as a choreographer, the power of journaling, speaking and sharing space to share our stories, the spirit of clown, the ancestral medicines of embodied breathwork, intention setting, meditation and free improvised intentional movement. It is this eclectic blend of research and practice that lay the foundation for “guided sessions with jaz fairy j”
Artist Feature | pavleheidler, March 9 - May 28, 2021
mediated dancing, a developing queer critical practice
tracing the landscape between disappointment and hope in the time of socio-economic upheaval, the pandemic, and the continuing fight for equality, diversity, and social justice OR why dancing matters