The Kent Dance Ensemble, art directed by Gregory King, will be performing PRIME on April 6-7. Choreography by L. Taylor Ashton, Angela Luem, Catherine Meredith, Jessica Pretty, and Jamal White, and featuring company premieres from Ronald K. Brown and Silvana Cardell. Check poster below for more details.
This past year, Gregory was nominated for The Ohio Governor's Awards for the Arts, a statewide program that showcases and celebrates Ohio artists, arts organizations, arts patrons, and business support of the arts. Click here for more information about the Ohio Governor's Awards.
Gregory will be presenting Digital Activism: Black Bodies Reclaiming Public Spaces, at the Open Engagement Open Platform Series. Scheduled for an opening in January 2018, this interactive web design titled "Measuring Digital Resistance," highlights the experiences of artists of color throughout major US cities like Chicago, New York, Cleveland, and Philadelphia. It also reveals informal interview … Continue reading Open Engagement Open Platform Series
Landings Residency - Gibney Dance January - June, 2018 New York, NY The various emphases of LANDING are: creating community, valuing experimentation in the creative process, making space for critical inquiry, listening to how other people in the dance and performance community are making it work, generating practical and administrative skills in order to survive financially, … Continue reading Landings Residency – Gibney Dance
International Association of Blacks in Dance January 23 - 28th, 2018 Los Angeles, CA In marking 27 years of serving the Black Dance field, the International Association of Blacks in Dance (IABD) will host its 30th Annual International Conference and Festival in Los Angeles, CA from January 23 – 28, 2018 (Pre-Conference: January 23 - … Continue reading International Association of Blacks in Dance
Nuclear Winter is an interactive installation and performance space presented as a microcosm of our current and trans-historical political climate. This commission features construction materials – brick, canvas, rope, and motor – layered against the seemingly invisible technologies of digital surveillance. Bricks are stacked in playful arrangements of walls or towers and viewers are invited to … Continue reading The Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology 16th Biennial Symposium
The Popular Culture Association Conference March 28th - 31st, 2018 Indianapolis, IN Click here for more information.