July 16 – October 9, 2022
Art League & Project Room Galleries
Reception: September 2, 2022 | 5:00–8:00 p.m. EST
Please join us for this free, public reception. The reception will also celebrate the exhibitions Visualizing Innovation and the St. Joe Valley Watercolor Society: Inspirations.
Short Performance: September 2, 2022 | performance starts at 6:30 p.m. EST
This free, public performance will take place during the September 2 reception. The performance will be approximately 15 minutes long.
Full Performance: October 7, 2022 | performance starts at 6:00 p.m. EST
Please join us for this free, public performance of the new work developed by New Industry Dance during their time at SBMA. This will be a full performance. Its length is will be determined during the course of the residency, but will likely be a half hour or longer. An opportunity for questions and answers with group members will immediately follow the performance.
New Industry Dance is a contemporary dance company based in South Bend, IN. New Industry brings dance work to the area through public performances, movement research, and open community classes. The company emphasizes collaboration with each other and with the community. The creative work of New Industry is often made or shown in unusual, industrial spaces around the city of South Bend.
During inResidence, New Industry will be rehearsing, developing new work, hosting classes, and performing. All of this activity will be open to the public during SBMA’s gallery hours (Wednesday through Sunday, noon–5:00 p.m. EST). When an event isn’t scheduled, full New Industry performances will be projected within the gallery and screened in the adjoining Project Room.
New Industry Dance’s vision statement:
New Industry Dance aims to facilitate a safe space for all movers to engage in introspection, discovery, and personal expression. We value artistic collaboration, community engagement, and the development of thoughtful and complex work originating from awareness, embodiment, and emotional receptivity. By collaborating with multiple voices in our community, we create work born of diverse perspectives that aims to think, question, and experience rather than tell, answer, and consume.
Learn more about New Industry Dance at newindustrydance.org.