Christine Jowers / Moving Arts
|CHRISTINE JOWERS /
MOVING ARTS PROJECTS IS NO LONGER AT 515
Julie Lemberger 2006|
Dear Friends and Supporters
As of May 15, 2006 the company
will no longer be at 515 Broadway!
renovating a brand spanking new downtown home office
location and in the interim are camping out on the Upper
West Side of Manhattan.
You can still find us at
our same email addresses and web site!
address (until renovation is completed on the new
Christine Jowers / Moving Arts
220 Riverside Boulevard, 8M
Our new phone and Fax number is
ISADORA AND THE DANCING GODDESSES AT NYC
WORLD FINANCIAL CENTER!
|The Scarf (2004)
- Chroeography: Catlin Cobb and C. Jowers with
excerpts of Isadora Duncan's "Furies"
reconstructed by Catherine Gallant.
Photo © Julie Lemberger
Thank you for coming to our shows at the
World Financial Center this March 22nd!
of you who couldn't make it, take a peek at our
slideshow on the web (click
here). These are some of the great
pics captured by the renowned and amazing Julie
Lemberger during our evening show . The show begins and
ends with Isadora Duncan and a Big Red
Please check out the Arts+Events at the
World Financial Center. They are topnotch!
SOME COMMENTS ABOUT OUR 2006 SHOW! |
|Terpsichore's Dream - 2006 - the
grande finale at WFC|
Jowers, choreography C. Jowers and
Photo © Julie Lemberger 2006
From the Battery Park City
Winter Garden continues to provide world class cultural
excitement. ...This week we feasted our eyes and ears on
the graceful beauty of " Isadora and the Dancing
Goddesses of NYC", a Christine Jowers/Moving Arts
From our presenters at the World
..."I applaud you for really understanding our "
wild and wooly space" space as Meredith Monk describes
the Winter Garden. The works you chose to perform were
perfect four our transient lunch crowd and the beauty of
the movement made many of them stop and watch. The
evening show was stunning, in particular your solo
Your presence on stage matched the scale
of our spectacular and immense space.
loved the show for its humor, the richness of your
written texts, the autobiographical elements wound
throughout and the videos, in particular the footage
shot in the Winter Garden of interviews of passersby.
This was a great touch , a very sweet beginning to the
|PS 261- A
MOVING KIDS SALON GROWS IN
|Jessy Smith (in lilac pants) and
Christine (blue dress) dancing on stage with
students of the 4th and 5th grades of PS 261during
their MOVING KIDS SALON at the school.
This April the company was
invited by Teri Brajewski,
owner / designer of TWB
in Manhattan, along with the PTA of PS 261 in
Brooklyn), to conduct MOVING KID SALONS at the
Jessy Smith, Assistant to The Artistic
Director, and wonderful dancer, and moi performed for
700 kids in 2 shows (grades Pre K- 5). Here we
are, dancing with the kids on stage. We had a wonderful
time during our interactive performances and later went
back to the school to work with budding choreographers
in the 1st and 4th grades. Watch out Dance World there
are going to be some new dancer and choreographers in
town! YAYY PS 261... and thank you to the kids, Teri,
the PTA, Music Teacher Becky Poncka, and Principal
Zipporah Mills for welcoming us into the
Thank you all so much for your support
We had such a blast this winter /spring
rehearsing, singing, choreographing, performing, making new
friends, working with kids, and yes even moving!
forget to update your address books, palm-pilots, computers,
blackberries, post-its, kitchen chalk boards - (however you
save things) with our new address.
touch... we are planning exciting work for the summer and fall
and will tell you more in our next newsletter.
I have to dance out the door right now to talk to a
wishes and love, Christine