Trisha Brown: In Plain Site at The Clark, Sunday, August 13
Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival brings to the Clark a special site-specific presentation of Trisha Brown: In Plain Site by the Trisha Brown Dance Company. Audience members are invited to follow the dancers as they move among locations on the Clark's campus.

The Trisha Brown Dance Company (TBDC) is a post-modern dance company dedicated to the performance, and preservation of the work of Founding Artistic Director and Choreographer, Trisha Brown. Established in 1970, TBDC has toured throughout the world presenting the work, teaching and building relationships with audiences and artists alike.

Performance Details:
The performance is free, but reservations are required. Limit 4 reservations per person. This is an outdoor performance with no seating. Guests are welcome to bring blankets or portable seating. In case of inclement weather: the performance will be moved indoors, but this will require a limit on the capacity of those who can be accommodated. The first 125 who have made reservations through the Clark's website or box office will be notified and will be given priority accommodations for the indoor performance. All others will be accommodated on a space-available basis.

Sunday, August 13, 2017
1:00 pm and 4:00 pm

The Clark
225 South St, Williamstown, MA 01267

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Ticket Links:
1pm performance: http://www.clarkart.edu/ImportedEvents/1067-42811
4pm performance: http://www.clarkart.edu/ImportedEvents/1067-42812

Trisha Brown Dance Company at Jacob’s Pillow, August 16-19
Witty, inventive, and free from convention, the prolific choreographer Trisha Brown holds an uncontested legacy as modern dance’s “boundary-pusher” (The Wall Street Journal). The program will include a specially curated work for the Pillow’s 85th Anniversary Season featuring alumni of Trisha Brown Dance Company. The engagement includes TBDC performances of Groove and Countermove (2000) and L’Amour au theatre (2009). There will also be a special performance of Opal Loop (1980), featuring four generations of TBDC dancers and alumni.

With close Pillow connections dating back more than 35 years, Trisha Brown’s accolades include the prestigious National Medal of Arts, a United States Artist Fellow in Dance award, a MacArthur ‘Genius’ Award, and a New York Dance and Performance (“Bessie”) Award for Lifetime Achievement, among countless others.

Related video on Jacob’s Pillow Dance Interactive, Trisha Brown Dance Company in Les Yeux et l’âme in 2011
Link: https://danceinteractive.jacobspillow.org/trisha-brown-dance-company/les-yeux-et-lame/?_ga=2.39325669.792407123.1501175328-1618151248.1499975531

Jacob’s Pillow
358 George Carter Rd, Becket, MA 01223

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Performances:
Wednesday, August 16: 8:00 pm
Thursday, August 17: 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
Friday, August 18: 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, August 19: 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

Ticket Link:
https://jacobspillow.secure.force.com/ticket?&_ga=2.170434403.211138674.1501779504-1618151248.1499975531#details_a0So0000005WyHpEAK

Dance among Friends: Robert Rauschenberg's Collaborations with Trisha Brown, Merce Cunningham, and Paul Taylor
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 (Rain date: Thursday, September 7)
Museum of Modern Art Sculpture Garden
11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY
Performances at 11:30am & 3pm
Free, no reservation necessary


“I’ve always been attracted and tempted into nearly any situation where the final work is the result of more than one person’s doing.” – Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg’s six-decade career was shaped by his friendships and collaborations with avant-garde choreographers and dancers. Over extended periods, he worked with Trisha Brown, Merce Cunningham, and Paul Taylor, contributing sets, costumes, lighting design, and sound to their dances. These projects in turn focused his interest in time and motion, and helped define his approach to painting, sculpture, printmaking, and photography. In conjunction with the exhibition Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends, this performance program unites the choreography of Brown, Cunningham, and Taylor—three icons of American modern dance rarely seen side by side—in some of their most significant collaborations with Rauschenberg to explore how dance shaped his art, and vice versa.

TBDC Repertory:
You Can See Us. 1995
Performed by Cecily Campbell, Leah Morrison
Sound and costume design: Robert Rauschenberg

This event is free and open to the public.
In the event of inclement weather, the performance will take place on Thursday, September 7. Please check the website (https://www.moma.org/calendar/events/3441?locale=en) for the most up-to-date information.

RiverArts in association with Untermeyer Gardens Conservancy present: Trisha Brown: In Plain Site
Saturday, September 16, 2017 (Rain date: Sunday, September 17)
Performances at 3 and 5pm
Untermeyer Gardens, Yonkers, NY


For more information: https://riverarts.org/trisha-brown/

Specially chosen pieces from Brown’s repertory will be restaged in relationship to the magnificent setting of Untermyer Park and Gardens. The dances will be performed at various locations, and the audience will move through the garden to follow the dancers.

THERE ARE NO SEATS.
Please wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to stand for the duration of the hour long performance.

Trisha Brown Dance Company Bard College Residency Showing, September 28 & 29
Thursday and Friday, September 28 and 29, 2017
The Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts
at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY


The Trisha Brown Dance Company performs selections from its current repertory, presented as an open rehearsal to conclude its Bard residency. Featuring two pieces from the final decade of Brown’s celebrated career, along with one of her most influential works, Accumulation (1971), this program honors Brown, who passed away this year, and her legacy as a monumental force of American dance.

$15, Free for Bard students, faculty and staff
Ticket Link: https://fishercentertickets.bard.edu/single/SelectSeating.aspx?p=1362

For more information please visit:
http://fishercenter.bard.edu/calendar/event.php?eid=133157


Trisha Brown Dance Company will present at Fall for Dance this year
October 2 & 3, 2017
Fall for Dance Festival
at New York City Center


PROGRAM:
Miami City Ballet, New Troy Schumacher (World Premiere)
Vincent Mantsoe, GULA
Trisha Brown Dance Company, You can see us
Dorrance Dance, Myelination (World Premiere)

For more information please visit:
https://www.nycitycenter.org/pdps/fall-for-dance/


Trisha Brown: In Plain Site at Contemporary Arts Center, October 13-15
PERFORMANCE DATES AND TIMES:
Friday, October 13, 7:30pm
Saturday, October 14, 7:30pm
Sunday, October 15, 2:30pm
Sunday, October 15, 7:30pm


Trisha Brown (1936–2017) was one of the most acclaimed and influential choreographers and dancers of our time; her groundbreaking work forever changed the landscape of art. A student of Anna Halprin, Brown participated in the choreographic composition workshops taught by Robert Dunn—from which Judson Dance Theater was born—greatly contributing to the fervor of inter-disciplinary creativity that defined 1960s New York. Expanding the physical behaviors that qualified as dance, she discovered the extraordinary in the everyday, and brought tasks, games, natural movement and improvisation into the making of choreography. Brown has described herself as “a bricklayer with a sense of humor.”

Today the Trisha Brown Dance Company continues to perpetuate Brown’s legacy through its Trisha Brown: In Plain Site initiative. The Company draws on Brown’s model for reinvigorating her choreography, re-siting works in relation to new contexts that include outdoor sites and museum settings, as well as theaters.

At the CAC, the company will animate the entire building, from the galleries, through the Freeport Theater and into the warehouses with works spanning several decades from the 1960s to the 2000s.

Tickets start at $25 for CAC members, for more information please visit:
http://cacno.org/performances/trisha-brown-plain-site-trisha-brown-dance-company


Trisha Brown: In Plain Site at Art Power, October 21-22
October 21-22, 2017
2pm and 5pm
ArtPower at UC San Diego
at the La Jolla Projects by Ricahrd Fleischner, Stuart Collection
9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA 92093-0029


In planning since before Trisha Brown’s death earlier this year, ArtPower is proud to present a unique iteration of In Plain Site, a site-specific work created for the UC San Diego campus by Trisha Brown Dance Company (TBDC). The company will adapt Brown’s signature works around the campus, honoring her commitment to the presentation of performances in nontraditional venues, a format she helped pioneer.

Brown was an iconic American choreographer and cofounder of postmodern dance. She formed TBDC in 1970, and the company has toured her work throughout the world. She was a recipient of awards from the MacArthur Foundation, U.S. Artists, the Dorothy & Lillian Gish Prize, and the National Medal of the Arts, among many others.

Brown engaged collaborators who are themselves leaders in music, theater, and the visual arts, including visual artists Robert Rauschenberg, Donald Judd, and Elizabeth Murray, and musicians Laurie Anderson, John Cage, and Alvin Curran, just to name a few. With these partners, she created exceptionally varied works that have been staples in the dance world for decades.

Part of La Jolla Playhouse’s WoW festival.

Tickets start at $20 for youth, for more information please visit:
http://artpower.ucsd.edu/event/trisha-brown-dance-company/


In Community Memorial Honoring the Life and Work of Trisha Brown
Danspace Project and the dance community at large celebrate the legacy of Trisha Brown (1936-2017)

Trisha Brown altered how we perceive, create, and understand dance since forming her company in 1970. Over five hours, Browns company alums, colleagues, and admirers will speak, dance, reminisce, and pay tribute to one of our historys greatest influencers.

This event is free and open to the public and guests may come and go throughout the day.
All are welcome to join in paying homage to Brown and her legacy in transforming our worldwide artistic community.

Excerpts of works
Accumulation (1971), Solo Olos (1976), Group Primary Accumulation (1973), Glacial Decoy (1979), Groove and Countermove (2000), Opal Loop (1980), Lateral Pass (1985), Son of Gone Fishing (1981), Set and Reset (1983), In Memoriam: by Stacy Spence (2016), Foray Foret (1990), Sky Map (1969), For MG: The Movie (1991), If You Couldnt See Me (1994), In Memoriam: by Jon Kinzel (2017), Another Story as in Falling (1993), Spanish Dance (1976)

Film screenings of full pieces will be on view in the Sanctuary and Parish Hall.

For more info go to :

http://www.danspaceproject.org/calendar/a-community-memorial-honoring-the-life-and-work-of-trisha-brown/

Trisha Brown Dance Company @ The Joyce Theater
Few dance inventors have so combined the cerebral and sensuous sides of dance as Ms. Brown did, and few have been as influential. - New York Times

Dec 12th - 17th, 2017
The Trisha Brown Dance Company and the Board of Directors invite you to the
Winter Gala 2017
In celebration of the opening night performance at the Joyce Theater followed by a reception at Chuck and Blade restaurant.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017
7:30 PM - Joyce Theatre | 175 8th Avenue
9:00 PM - Chuck & Blade | 184 8th Avenue

Joyce audiences will have the chance to witness the choreographers genius when the Trisha Brown Dance Company takes the stage with three pivotal works works created between 2000 and 2009, during the choreographers final period of dance making. These dances illumnate Browns connection to music: Salvatore Sciarrinos flute in Geometry of Quiet; Dave Douglas's jazz sounds in Groove and Countermove; and Jean-Phillippe Rameaus baroque opera in LAmour au thtre.

Curtain Chat: Wed, Dec 13

http://joyce.org/performances/trisha-brown-dance-company/

Trisha Brown Dance Company