Exchange Choreography Festival

July 26-28 | Performing Arts Center | Tulsa, OK

Deep Vision presents the world premiere of Cadence, or lack thereof at the Exchange Choreography Festival on July 28th at the Performing Arts Center in Tulsa, OK.  Choreographed by Artistic Director, Nicole A. Martinell and performed by Sam Hopkins and Jeanna Riscigno, Cadence, or lack thereof is a witty duet illuminating the awkward do-si-do of social interactions.  Exchange Choreography Festival 

Presenting in New York 
May 31-June 2  | 40th Anniversary LABAN International Conference | New York, NY
Collaborating/co-presenting with Malcolm Shute of Human Landscape Dance, Martinell co-creates a new work, entitled Tender Root, for the site-specific ECOPOETIC performance in a New York City park.   

July 10-14 |5th Annual Somatic Dance Conference | Geneva, NY

Martinell presents her dance, physics, and choreography research for dance educators. 

Experimental, New Projects
2018 Musings | Popping Up in a Site Near You
Deep Vision/Martinell is dabbling in a new, multi-media project with visual artist, Timothy Nohe, and musician, Griff Beheler, synthesizing video analog, music, and movement.  Let the experimental playground begin!

We're on TV!
Now through Mid-March | Baltimore County Cable | Station 25
See Artistic Director, Nicole A. Martinell, and physics collaborator, Dr. Svetlana Gladycheva, talk about our arts integration work, Learning Physics through Movement, on Baltimore County's smARTS Arts & Culture Show.  Interview airs now through mid-March, Thursdays and Fridays between 7-7:30pm and Tuesdays 11:30am-12pm, on Baltimore County cable station 25.  Or, just CLICK HERE for the interview! 

Photo Credits

Top of Page: Zachary Z. Handler

Slideshow: Zachary Z. Handler (Baker portfolio), Nick Hood (Inner Palette), Nicole Martinell (Patapsco), Caitlin McAfee (community dance), Nick Hood (Matter, Energy, Human​).  

Side and Bottom of Page : Michael R. Faulkner

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Deep Vision Dance Company, Inc. graciously acknowledges the support of our contributors and many individual donors.  Operating support is provided by the Maryland State Arts Council, Learning Physics through Movement is funded by the Citizens of Baltimore County.




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