Movement Research – workshop


Movement Research
with Ilke Akcasoy
Wednesday, Feb 1, 2017
6-8pm at FEVERHEAD


We will focus on exercises to refine movement and composition. It will be an enriching experience as we play with spatial relationships, reaction time/quality and movement/sound.

We will use a culmination of techniques to warm up and improve mindfulness in group movement, namely: Skinner Release, butoh, modern dance, post-modern dance and viewpoints.

My experience comes  from my formal studies at Denison University as well as from studying with choreographers such as Daniel Lepkoff, Steve Paxton, Katsura Kan, Tadashi Endo, Jill Sigman, Mats Ek, Adrienne Hawkins and Merce Cunningham.

sliding fee: $5-15 (cash or check only)
Drop-ins welcome, no registration required

Movement Ecology

Movement Ecology
every 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month, 7-8:30Pm

a movement class that is part philosophy, part dance, part biology, part mindfulness. Every other week, we will come together to learn from each other, make movement, share experiences and tune into the inherent wisdom of our inner and outer environments. This is for dancers and non-dancers, nature lovers, permaculturalists, anatomy geeks, healers, meditators and scientists.

we move from and investigate the following assumptions:

our bodies are part of, not separate from, nature
our bodies are themselves ecosystems
just as the earth maintains balance to support life,
so do our bodies work to sustain our lives
we are always finding balance inside of constant flux
connecting with the movements happening inside of us
supports our movement to connect with what is outside of us

Contact: Amanda Comstock,

Movement/Improvisation class

Movement / Improvisation
Friday, Nov 4 and Friday, Nov 11 6-8Pm

Movement Improvisation with Kelly Hurlburt.

We’ll explore some guided improvisation, play with different movement scores, and work with spoken word or text. No experience is needed, just willingness in mind and body!

Come with the mindset of play and experimentation and if you’d like to…. come with a piece of text that already speaks to you or resonates in your mind, body and bones!! Otherwise, I will bring some to play with as well!

Hope to see you there. To find out more about me OR perhaps more about my interests visit:

Fee: $10-15 sliding scale ( OR pay what you can)




Wed, Nov 2, 2016 8PM

ARIADNE is an a/v experimental sacred music duo based in Brooklyn, New York comprised of Christine Lanx and Benjamin Forest. With a focus on interspersing the ritualism of ancient spirituality and the secular iconography of the postmodern, ARIADNE flawlessly bridge the two worlds through their intricate musical compositions, striking digital visuals, and captivating live performances.

Observance_003: is an audio/visual performance that draws from themes of ecstatic visions, the eternal feminine and dream symbolism depicted in a digital landscape of infinite environments and harsh textures. The performance system developed by ARIADNE for Observance_003 explores the improvisatory interplay of music and visuals mediated by machine learning, physics simulation and motion analysis techniques. 

Past/future performances: MIT List Visual Arts Center, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Made in NY Media Center by IFP, Elastic Arts (Chicago), Harvestworks (NY), University of Idaho, University of Denver, Reverse Gallery (NY), Trans-Pecos (NY), Bunker Projects (PA), DFBRL8R Performance Art Gallery (Chicago), and Gallery 788 (Baltimore).

Visit for more information.

Doors at 7:30. 8PM show – opener: Nicole Garlando and Mel Mark experimental improvisation using music by Moxy Martinez


photo ARIADNE courtesy of ARIADNE

Interdisciplinary Studio for All with FEVERHEAD at the Wexner Center for the Arts


Super Sunday
Sun, Nov 6, 2016 12 PM

What would Black Mountain College be like today? Explore the mediums and processes featured in the Leap Before You Look exhibition by experiencing today’s movement, poetry, film, sound, and visual art with makers from FEVERHEAD, an interdisciplinary collective of time-based artists located in Columbus. Bring family and friends and prepare to move, create, improvise, and play while immersing yourself in all things Black Mountain College.

All activities and gallery admission are free on Super Sunday. Continue reading “Interdisciplinary Studio for All with FEVERHEAD at the Wexner Center for the Arts”

Movement/dance Improvisation with Josh Ramsey Hines


Wednesday, September 21
6:00-8:00 PM

Come take a dance/movement improvisation class that is designed for all experience levels. all are welcome and encouraged to bring friends and fellow artists and movers.

10$ sliding scale fee. please wear comfortable clothing to move in.

I have been teaching and facilitating improvisation classes and Contact Improvisation jams for several years now. I am an OSU BFA dance graduate and I am exctided to continue dancing and sharing what I know with the Columbus community. Please if you have any questions contact me on facebook or at this email:

If you want to know more about me, and what I do, please visit