• Liz Lerman is a choreographer who after years of discussing dance with fellow artists, began to devise a method to effectively provide feedback about artistic work. It’s something that CounterPULSE’s Executive Director Jessica Robinson is well-versed. I’ve decided to include it here. The following comes from http://www.communityarts.net. You can also visit Liz’s website Liz Lerman […]

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  • WCCIF Teachers Show & Pre-Registration Jam A Taste of Contact Improvisation for National Dance Week Sun. May 4, 8pm Free This features performances by West Coast Contact Improvisation Festival teachers. See great pieces, take a CI mini-lesson, and find out about scholarship and work exchange opportunities for the upcoming festival. Learn more about this dance […]

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  • Wednesday, April 30, 7:30pm, Free Local rarity in the Franciscan bioregion: Who cares? Charismatic butterflies, delicate lilies, and Still Wild at Heart, a film about nature & wildlife in the city. With Liam O’Brien, Margo Bors and Melissa Peabody

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  • Sun, April 27, 8pmMany of the Bay Area’s most exciting performing artists gather to celebrate CounterPULSE’s third birthday. Featuring Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Scott Wells & Dancers, AXIS Dance Company, Robert Moses’ Kin, Shinichi Iova-Koga, Joe Goode Performance Group, Jess Curtis/Gravity, and Joanna Haigood/ Zaccho Dance Theatre; plus food, beverages, and a silent auction to benefit CounterPULSE. […]

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  • Dear Friends, Welcome to our new weblog — an online catalyst for art and action, and archive! If you know CounterPULSE, and chances are you do because you’ve found our blog, you are well aware that we’re a unique space. This blog is no different. Whether it’s in our theater, or on your computer screen, […]

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  • Cid Pearlman, Liam Clancy, casebolt and smith California Touring Project Fri.–Sat. April 25-26, 8pm $12-20 Cid Pearlman (Santa Cruz), Liam Clancy (San Diego), Liz Casebolt and Joel Smith (Los Angeles) present a collection of dances that navigate the slippery nature of meaning and gleefully fracture expectations of gender, friendship, and collaboration. “It’s a rare joy […]

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