October 28 2017

*performance, wine, & autumnal pie*

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*performance, wine, & autumnal pie*

Saturday, October 28


16 St. Francis Place, Brooklyn, NY 11216

$10 suggested donation / reserve online


Megan Kendzior

stevie may & Lucie Vítková

Kim Savarino

Between Walled Rooms / Tara Sheena

Eli Tamondong / Projectile Imagery

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farewell score

by Megan Kendzior

Performers: Lindsay Head, Lai Yi Ohlsen, and Tara Sheena

Megan Danielle Kendzior is a Brooklyn-based performer, creator, and organizer, originally hailing from Sarasota, Florida. Her work has been presented by Danspace Project and New York Live Arts (Fresh Tracks), among other venues in New York, Florida, North Carolina, Illinois, Virginia, Montana, Washington DC and in Israel. She is honored to work as an arts advocate for Movement Research, 4A (American Alliance of Artists & Audiences), Jennifer Monson/iLAND, and in collaboration with many phenomenal individual artists. 

Photo: Jason Goodfriend


clarinet practice 

with stevie may & Lucie Vítková

(clarinet practice falls under the umbrella project ∆∆∆ playing music with people ∆∆∆)

stevie may is a multidisciplinary artist working primarily in movement, sound, video, text, knitting, sewing, skateboarding, math, and physics. they have performed in the work of Kim Brandt, Yackez, Jennifer Monson, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Kyli Kleven, Tess Dworman, and Caitlin Marz. they work with The Bureau for the Future of Choreography for roughly every other project. stevie was a contestant on The Fiber Factor, an online knitwear design competition in 2012, and appears in a variety of Stephen West’s knitwear-related music videos. their current projects are:

::: hall of gems :::     

∫∫∫ softboarding ∫∫∫ 

∞∞∞ C-REX (cosmic-ray experience) ∞∞∞

∆∆∆ playing music with people ∆∆∆


Lucie Vítková is a composer, improviser and performer (accordion, hichiriki, voice, synth and tap dance) from the Czech Republic. Her compositions focus on sonification (compositions based on abstract models derived from physical objects), while in her improvisation practice she explores characteristics of discrete spaces through the interaction between sound and movement. In her recent work, she is interested in the musical legacy of Morse Code and the social-political aspects of music in relation to everyday life. She has been nominated on 2017 Herb Alpert Awards in Arts in Music and she has put together two ensembles – NYC Constellation Ensemble (focused on musical behavior) and newly OPERA ensemble (for singing instrumentalists). As an accordion player, she collaborated with New York based TAK Ensemble, S.E.M. ensemble, Du.0, Argento Ensemble and Ghost Ensemble.

Photo: stevie may


rose & jimmy

A dance, a story, and a song.

by Kim Savarino

Kim Savarino is a Brooklyn based artist. She's been a company member with Third Rail Projects since 2014 and currently performs in their Bessie award winning production Then She Fell as Alice and the Doctor. Other work includes supporting artists as the Program Associate at the MAP Fund, advocating for dance as co-chair of the Dance/NYC Junior Committee, and mentoring students through the Brooklyn Boulders Foundation. She studied dance at Florida State University and the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, and makes dance films at @kasavvy. Kim was born in Southern California and raised in West Virginia's Appalachian mountains.

Photo: Francois Lebeau


Between Walled Rooms

Between Walled Rooms is a series of freeform poetries in response to performances by female-identifying choreographers. The poems serve as a container for prolonged questioning and consideration against the ephemerality of live performance, asking the central question: How can poetry reflect the choreographic consciousness? 

by Tara Sheena

Tara Sheena is originally from Detroit, Michigan and graduated from the University of Michigan with a BFA in Dance and BA in English. She has collaborated on recent performance work with Ivy Baldwin, Stormy Budwig, Kirsten Schnittker, and Nadia Tykulsker. She centers anti-racist organizing and arts advocacy in her work with Movement Research, Yanira Castro/a canary torsi, The People Movers, and The Worker Institute at Cornell University.

Photo courtesy Tara Sheena




a quasi-drag show poetry reading dance concoction meant as a love letter to the Goddesses that keep life moving.

by Eli Tamondong / Projectile Imagery

Eli Tamondong is a hybrid artist practicing and performing under the moniker Projectile Imagery. They have been curated by Dance New Amsterdam, Dixon Place, Movement Research at Judson, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Chez Bushwick, Gibney Dance, New York Live Arts, New Dance Alliance; published in SLAG Mag and Polychrome Ink; and posted on Instagram (@projectileimagery). They have been a member of the Dance/NYC Junior Committee (2014-2017), a Chez Bushwick Artist-in-Residence (2014), and a New York Live Arts Fresh Tracks Artist (2015-16). Eli is studying Massage Therapy at the Swedish Institute. Find more at  projectileimagery.me

Photo: Scott Shaw

This event is organized by Amity Jones, Kirsten Schnittker, and Tara Sheena. All proceeds will go to the participating artists and to cover event expenses.