Dance Films Association, DFA
, aims to impart the spirit of collaboration that must be inherent in dance-cinema works and to encourage a keen awareness of the magical ways to interpret time, space, and energy. Of interest is their Dance and Media Timeline
is an email list and archive used by its members to announce and discuss theory, research, critical discourse, publications, conferences, networking and curatorial approaches
in the field of screen based dance, including single screen cinema or television works, installation, and net based work.
Katrina McPherson's Making Video Dance
, describes her book, a step by step guide to creating dance for the screen, and includes her videodance twitter feed
DANCE-TECH.NET, Interdisciplinary explorations on the performance of motion
is an international community of artists, scientists, theorists, and organizations exploring the intersection of performance, media, and culture.
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, BMoCA
, originally called the Boulder Arts Center, was
founded in 1972 to showcase and promote the visual arts in Boulder, Colorado. The museum is committed to providing local
and regional artists, as well as recognized artists, with a significant venue. It is housed in an historic warehouse that now includes three galleries
and a 100-seat black box theater. BMoCA hosted Sans Souci in the years 2004 through 2008.
Founded in 1989, the mission of Highways
cultivate art that expands the frontiers of aesthetic traditions.
The Dairy Center for the Arts
is a cultural arts complex in Boulder, Colorado, founded in 1992
and housed in the historic Watts-Hardy Dairy building. It features dramatic theater, live music, dance performances, and visual arts.
The Dairy will be the venue for our 2009 Festival.
Links to exhibited artists and works can be found on the corresponding Festival and Tour Archive pages in our navigation bar to the left.