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Dance and Process: Brandt, Calpe, Patek, and Walsh

Dance And Process

Archived Event

No Longer Showing.

The Kitchen presents the next installment of the institution’s longest ongoing series Dance and Process. The program of new works features artists Kim Brandt, Alan Calpe, Rebecca Patek, and Gillian Walsh. These performances are a reveal of the interior of a ten-week group process of sharing and feedback. Programming and advising this year is Sarah Michelson.

There are three "Event Times":
6pm
7pm
8pm
The purchase of a ticket for one evening allows access to all three “event times” on that date.

June 6 – 7
Tickets $15

This program was made possible with support from Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Jerome Foundation, The Jerome Robbins Foundation, and The Harkness Foundation for Dance, and with public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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