Feverhead is a partner in this art tour exclusive! Come see us during the Columbus Open Studio & Stage: a two-day event that provides an opportunity for the Columbus creative community to open their studio and stage doors to the public, shining a light on the creative process and practice. COSS is a self-guided tour of individual studios with scheduled tours of performing arts organizations. Studios will offer finished artwork, works-in-progress and demonstrations. Stage venues will share performances and a behind-the-scenes view of productions. Attendees will have an opportunity to speak with creatives about their process from idea to completion.
Feverhead Keyholders will be present with artworks-in-progress, open rehearsals, and participatory experiences!
Your map is your ticket – get one now before they are gone!
Thank you to an incredible organizing team for this collaboration between Art Makes Columbus and the Greater Columbus Arts Council. Stay up on the entire weekend’s schedule on the COSS facebook and we’ll see you then at Feverhead!
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”
8:00PM at Feverhead
come share your poetry/flash fiction/short story/comedy/written work at
The Other Open Mic night
starts at 8pm
$5 suggested donation
no body shaming
no shaming of religion
Saturday mornings – weekly!
Jordan Davis, RYT-200, is thrilled to begin hosting a weekly Saturday morning yoga class at Feverhead, a local artists collective which has creative energy running through it’s veins. Jordan, a local actor and dancer herself, feels right at home in this space and is eager to make connections with the community here at Feverhead.
This 75min class will be a mixed level flow comprised of meditation and pranayama (breath control), a focused physical practice emphasizing safe and effective alignment, a connection of body movement with breath, and a shared community of people who all want to spread happiness and compassion to the world around them. No previous yoga experience required. Please bring a mat if you have one, a hand towel, and water. This space is not equipped with props like blocks or straps yet so if you have your own and would like to bring them, please do.
This class is paid on a sliding scale $5-$10, whatever you can offer to support your teacher and the space. Look forward to meeting you all on the mat to move, breathe, and sweat together!
Wednesday, September 21
Come take a dance/movement improvisation class that is designed for all experience levels. all are welcome and encouraged to bring friends and fellow artists and movers.
10$ 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: email@example.com
If you want to know more about me, and what I do, please visit www.joshramseyhines.com
Tuesday, August 23
This two-hour workshop will provide an introduction to butoh, a postmodern approach to movement that originated primarily in the work of Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno in Japan in the 1950s. No previous dance experience is necessary. Anyone interested in exploring their bodies through movement improvisation are welcome—beginners and advanced practitioners alike.
Continue reading “butoh workshop with michael j. morris”
Susan Van Pelt Petry leads an improvisation class focussing on movement and writing, dancing and speaking. Participants will be guided through a series of writing, moving, and talking prompts. Participants will play with connections between written words, spoken text, and movement choices gaining some insights about talking while moving as an embodied practice.
Tuesday, August 16 7:00-9:00p