Norte Maar is proud to announce our 2016 Dance at Socrates Choreographer Resident Artists and invited guests who will be participating this summer’s Dance at Socrates. Come to the Socrates Sculpture Park on Saturdays throughout August for our free public performances starting at 4PM featuring these dance makers!
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This Spring Norte Maar’s 4th Annual CounterPointe Series is all about collaboration with the work of seven female dance makers paired with seven visual artists on stage April 8-10 in downtown Brooklyn’s Actors Fund Arts Center.
Congratulations to Norte Maar’s co-founders Jason Andrew and Julia K. Gleich, as the first in a series of short dance films will premiere at the PHILADELPHIA SCREENDANCE FESTIVAL this weekend.
London, UK – Kaleidoscope Arts Platform in London invites Norte Maar Co-Founder Julia K. Gleich to talk about choreographic success for women. Gleich, who founded her own dance company Gleich Dances in 1994 and is currently Head of Choreography at London Studio Centre and technique faculty at Trinity Laban, will talk about her experiences as a choreographer, teacher and producer of dance.
With plans to continue to advocate on behalf of Brooklyn artists and beyond, art nonprofit Norte Maar’s relocation from a 2-bedroom space in Bushwick to Cypress Hills gives some locals pause.
On the occasion of Norte Maar’s relocation to Cypress Hills / East New York, Co-Founders Jason Andrew and Julia K. Gleich sat down with Bedford + Bowery reporter Nichole Disser to discuss their move from Bushwick and the opportunities to facilitate more art in Cypress Hills / East New York.
Returning for its third summer season, Norte Maar’s Dance at Socrates announces its 2015 choreographer residencies and free public performance schedule.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our dear friend Fern Dog.
L Magazine’s lead arts critic Paul D’Agostino talks to Jason Andrew and Julia K. Gleich on Norte Maar’s new home in Cypress Hills / East New York and the bright future for the organization that had previously positioned Bushwick as one of the most important artistic neighborhoods in New York.
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