Friday, June 4, 2010

Project: Space Available

Up next for Josephine? I am the luckiest girl in the world and have been given a chance to be in residency for 2 months in September and October 2010 at Project: Space Available founded by the generous and fabulous Vanessa DeWolf and Monica Mata Gilliam. P:SA is smack in the middle of Seattle's Capital Hill and I will have unlimited 24 hour access with my only restriction being that whatever I do I have to be able to return the space to the state I found it in when I am done. I don't even have to be a dancer if I don't want to. Though, it is unlikely I could totally divorce myself creatively from dance. Please stay tuned to hear more about it.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

A Word on Survival

stifle is strongly sourced from thoughts on survival and competition. While in art it can be fascinating and beautiful to see an individual fighting for their life, we hope to never have to witness such a thing in real life. Sadly many of us will. We should be prepared for it, just in case. We, as humans, have a responsibility to protect, support and care for one another. In my preparation for this performance I decided I needed to get trained in CPR. I heartily encourage you all to do the same. Don't let someone die in front of you. Here is a link to red cross classes in Seattle

or find your local chapter by typing your zip code here

This is the 'International Symbol of Choking'. Know it, use it, recognize it, respond.

Please come see the show Saturday and Sunday June 5th and 6th 8pm on the mainstage

Pictured left to right: Marissa Rae Niederhauser, Allie Hankins, Spencer Moody. Photo by Tim Summers.