Through art, Open to Awakening seeks to explore and express humanity’s higher spiritual nature.
Splinter will be participating again in National Water Dance, with KSD Dance and an entire online community of movers and activists! Keep your eyes on our FB and IG feeds to find out how you can be a part of our online audience, even during this time of social distancing! You’ll have multiple Splinter dancers to tune into via live-feed, as Splinter dancers perform solos or duets, featuring incredible original music by Eric Harper.
We can’t invite a live-audience, but we’d love for you to tune into our live-feeds! More info to come!
We’re excited to be a part of @Movin’ Around the World: Winter, a weeklong event celebrating the cultures of the world for kids and families! Come see us on February 20th, 12:15pm on the Armory Stage. This event is accessible for all, and donations are encouraged. See the full schedule: nwfolklife.org/maw-winter
Free Fun for the whole family – see you there!
360:1 – if not NOW, when?
Join Splinter Dance Company as we present an evening of new and existing works that will serve to inspire complicated discussions around issues of social justice and our humanity.
360:1 – if not NOW, when? is about moving out of our comfort zone in order to understand and empathize with the reality of our entire human family; it’s about how our personal thoughts, actions, and perceptions affect the greater whole and acknowledging that true change is the result of our temporary discomfort.
SEPTEMBER 27th & 28th, 2019
@ Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
This performance deals with teen and adult subject matters that will inspire questions and discussion. Please use your discretion with bringing children, and note trigger warnings in the evening program.
MONDAY, JUNE 24TH, 7:30-9:30PM
@ The Massive Monkees Studio: The Beacon
Waacking Technique + Bollywaack Choreography
Afsaana Dance Company and ajusticenetwork present BOLLYWAACK with KUMARI SURAJ! Kumari Suraj will be teaching a two hour power packed workshop!!
Bollywood meets Waacking?!?! Created by Kumari Suraj in 2009, Bollywaack fuses Bollywood Dance, Bhangra, Kathak, Bharatanatyam and other traditional movement from Kumari’s South Asian roots, with the 70’s Disco styles of Punking & Whacking. This cross cultural connection is a seamless union of powerful arms, elegant hand gestures, exotic poses and dramatic story telling with facial expressions. Kumari Suraj, Bollywaack and her crew House of Suraj were semi finalists on India’s #1 rated reality dance television show, Dance Plus Season 3 on Star Plus channel exposing 1 billion people to this innovative style.
Tickets can be purchased on Ticketbud for $40 and for $45 at the door (cash or card).
The class is all ages and dance levels!
Kumari Suraj is a world renewed choreographer, dancer, innovator, dance educator and cultural ambassador! Don’t miss this opportunity to dance with a legend! To learn more about Kumari Suraj visit: www.kumarisuraj.com
Splinter is excited to participate again this year with Karin Stevens Dance (KSD) in Global Water Dances 2019!
Please see below for information on the event and how to get involved, from our Seattle host, KSD:
Global Water Dances 2019
Saturday, June 15th / 3-4:30 PM
Lake Union Park 860 Terry Ave N, Seattle
FREE + open to the public
Please join us for Global Water Dances 2019! We’re thrilled to be part of this international event, during which communities around the world will “dance for safe water everywhere.” As host of the Seattle Global Water Dances, KSD will present a version of Sea Change Within Us, also joined by Community Dancers who’ll take part in a movement choir moving through Lake Union Park.
Interested in participating in the movement choir? Contact email@example.com for details.
Global Water Dances (GWD) performances at each site will highlight a local water issue and take place near a related body of water. Choreographers, dance groups, organizations, water activists and members of the community will gather to take action, to solve their immediate water problems. This worldwide event, linked throughout the day via broadcast and social media, will challenge countless observers, locally and online, to deepen their understanding about the importance of water in communities the world over.
We are very excited to announce that we’re embarking on a campaign to raise funds to produce an evening-length work this coming Fall 2019!
In lieu of our annual participation in GiveBig, Splinter Dance Company is focusing our energies on producing an evening-length show, which will include NEW, socially impactful, and exciting work! Our passion lies in confronting social issues though dance and theater as a way to promote lasting change and healing.
Our monetary goal, to cover production costs for a weekend-run of performances, is $5,000
Please join us and help get this show off the ground!
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Join us this month for Ripples of Hope – a fundraiser performance for Arts with a Purpose
May 11th | 8 pm
Westlake Dance Center
14713 Bothell Way NE, Seattle, WA
Join us for an evening of inspiration celebrating the impact of hope on humanity.
All proceeds will support Arts with a Purpose programming.
Featuring inspirational program presentations from Arts with A Purpose & performances by dance companies throughout the Seattle Area.
Wine and light Hors d’Oeuvres available!
Welcome to Moisture Festival! Presented as a variety show, each act or artist performs their routine within a 3-15 minute time slot while being accompanied by a live show band. Part of the joy of the Festival is that you never know what you’ll see on stage. From aerialists to jugglers, magicians to comedians, all the weird and wonderful keep this genre fresh and exciting
SPLINTER WILL BE PERFORMING ON APRIL 6TH, 2019
@ HALE’S PALLADIUM
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Saturday, January 19th, 2019
7:30pm @ Yaw Theater; Seattle, WA
January can be a tough month-long, cold nights, and post-holiday blues…but wait! We are here to help!
Come get dressed up and celebrate the new nonprofit in the neighborhood!
The New Year Lift Off is an evening of dance and delights to benefit the new nonprofit, Pitch+Roll Productions, dedicated to bringing more opportunities for choreographers and dancers to the Seattle community.
Come see performances by Jerboa Dance, The Guild Dance Company, 3SD2, HYPERNOVA, Band Practice|Christin Call and Noel Kennon, Intrepidus, Gayle Staker, Alana O. Rogers Dance Co., Splinter Dance Company, Warren Woo, Forthun+Rome, and more! Enjoy a cocktail, eat a snack, and relax to some live music! In partnership with Yaw Theater.