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Our next endeavor:  

Performing our K-12 Physics Residency Outreach Program Learning Physics through Movement at various Baltimore County schools


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Physics Residency at Pleasant Plains Elementary & Patapsco High
Friday, September 29 | Pleasant Plains Elementary | Towson, MD

Friday, October 13 | Patapsco High School | Dundalk, MD
Deep Vision presents Learning Physics through Movement  to the students of Pleasant Plains Elementary and Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts. Learning Physics through Movement is an arts integration outreach program for K-12 school students that shares innovative ways to explore and grasp physics concepts through the breathtaking beauty of dance. Physics concepts such as inertia, force, and equilibrium, will be introduced to students through a lecture demonstration and Deep Vision Dance Company repertory excerpts. More info

Evening of Artistic Excellence, Free Fall Baltimore
Monday, October 30 | Center Stage | Baltimore City, MD
Deep Vision's Artistic Director, Nicole A. Martinell presents her work, Inner Palette​, at the Evening of Artistic Excellence, an annual Free Fall Baltimore performance of the winning performing artists of the Baker Artist Awards.  Dancer, Lia Karaginopoulos to perform Martinell's choreographic work.

Martinell Presenting Physics Work at NDEO's National Conference
Tuesday, November 14 | The Hyatt Regency | San Antonio, TX
Deep Vision's Artistic Director, Nicole A. Martinell presents "Equilibrium to Motion: Using Physics as a Lens for Dance Making" at the National Dance Education Organization's annual conference in San Antonio, TX.  Workshop presents her collaborative research with Towson University's Physicist, Svetlana Gladycheva and their development of the ​Learning Physics through Movement.

Deep Vision Dance Company, Inc. graciously acknowledges the support of our contributors.  Operating support is provided by the Maryland State Arts Council, www.msac.org, the Citizens of Baltimore County, and the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, and individual donors.  AKIMBO project support is provided by the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Awards, www.BakerArtistAwards.org; City Arts II, www.LiveCityArts.com; Station North Arts & Entertainment District; Baltimore Rock Opera Society; Towson University Department of Dance; and individual donors.  Learning Physics through Movement is funded by the Citizens of Baltimore County.

Photo Credits

Slideshow: Zachary Z Handler, Zachary Z. Handler, Caitlin McAfee, Serene Webber

Top, Side, and Bottom of Page : Michael R. Faulkner

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