Archive of Harold Burns

A Question of Legacy; A text Inspired by Pina Bausch by Tessa Wills

on January 17th, 2012 in Article, Mapping by | 2 Comments

  Pina Bausch’s company Tanztheater Wuppertal from Germany visited Berkley to perform Danzón in December 2011. It gives me an opportunity to crystalise some questions which bang around for me constantly as a working artist living in the Bay Area, but trained in Europe. How is her work expanded, reflected,…

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Cloud Making – 4 Free Workshops

on September 4th, 2011 in Special Presentation, WORKSHOP by | No Comments

Cloud Making Description 01: The Ritual 02: The Chorus 03: The Structure 04: The Attempt Bios Description Push Play Part III: OFFSITE Sat, Sep 17, 3-7:45pm—Workshops begin at 3pm and 5pm sharp! To be held at Joe Goode Performance Group’s space in the Mission District: 499 Alabama Street #150, San…

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This Is What I Want 2011, redefining the relationship between intimacy and performance.

on June 12th, 2011 in Festival, Special Presentation by | 2 Comments

This Is What I Want 2011, redefining the relationship between intimacy and performance. About the Production Curatorial Team SOMArts Dates Garage Dates Production Team About the Production THIS IS WHAT I WANT 2011 PRODUCED BY: JESSE HEWIT, RACHAEL DICHTER, AND THEOFFCENTER CURATED BY: JIZ LEE, JESSE HEWIT, RACHAEL DICHTER, KEITH HENNESSY,…

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SQUART! Its Alive! or Be very Afraid! – Halloween Edition

on October 19th, 2010 in Uncategorized by | No Comments

Short for Spontaneous queer art, SQUART was originally conceived by Laura Arrington, out of the desire to foster community and create work without preciousness. THEOFFCENTER, celebrates Laura’s passion and is happy to join this event as co-producers helping to ensure its longevity while attending to the growth of this ever…

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TOC Performance Intervention Series Presents: 45×45 – An Experiment on Collaboration

on September 27th, 2010 in Uncategorized by | No Comments

October 6th 8-9:30pm: As part of the month long offering by The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Art by the title “Celebrate San Francisco” Emael curates “Today I Will: an evening of performance, live soundtrack and live film.” Admission $10-15  –  Art presented by:  THEOFFCENTER, as part of its Performing Intervention…

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