July 17, 2020
Presented virtually via The Studio@620's Facebook Page
Suggested Donation $10
projectALCHEMY’s DanceBreak is shuffling from the jazz lounge and out on the street with queer Asian American St Pete local dance artist Andee Scott. Grab a drink, some snacks, and tune into this dialogue as Scott takes us through her relationship with dance, her views of where dance is heading, and her creative process in sight specific work—she may even lead us in a small movement exploration. Make sure to tune in July 17th at 8p on the Studio@620 Facebook Page via Facebook live. Suggested donation for this event is $10.
DanceBreak, series concept created by Alex Jones, is brought to by projectALCHEMY in partnership with the The Studio@620.
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About Andee Scott:
Andee Scott is an interdisciplinary dance artist based in St. Petersburg, FL. Current interests include improvisation, technology, site-specific work, and devising site-specific performance events. Her choreography has been produced and performed nationally and internationally; commissions include the University of Texas at Austin and Texas Christian University, among others; and she was an artist in residence at Djerassi in 2011. As a performer, Scott was a member of Sharir+Bustamante Danceworks and Blue Lapis Light in Austin, TX, and Deja Donne in Italy. She produces and curates performance events through her organization Dance Linkages, including local site-specific performances as well as internationally touring solo projects. Scott has conducted residencies and taught master classes around the world and is on faculty at the University of South Florida. Her current project, Dance in the Time of Coronavirus, is a socially distanced dance performance series that she is co-directing and co-producing with Amanda Sieradzki. The series consists of seven "episodes" of dance performance events that will be performed in both St. Petersburg and Tampa during the summer.
photo credit: Tom Kramer