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10 Dance and Movement Animations

Doug Fox has been studying and researching all forms of animation, especially as they relate to dance and movement. Doug’s research led to the creation of his dance animation educational program for artists and dance-makers. Enjoy Doug’s picks of animated videodances in this week’s blog posting. Continue reading

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The Future of Video on the Net and What You Need to Know

The Open Video Conference was a two-day gathering of more than 800 global leaders in technology, business, public policy, art, and activism to explore the future of video on the web. Entrepreneurs, thought-leaders, technologists, policy-makers, hackers, academics, and others spoke to promote the Open Source Video Movement and shared the ways in which they are pushing the boundaries of online video technology. Continue reading

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Final Kinetic Cinema of the Season!!!

Join us for the last Kinetic Cinema of the season featuring Boris Willis, a dancer, choreographer, video-maker and blogger based in Washington DC. Willis will explore the phenomena of dance vlogs (video blogs about dance) and present works by of some of the most notable and prolific dance vloggers today. Continue reading

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Using Choreography in Cinedance

By Dawn Paap Given all the possibilities of dance on screen, choreographers for the camera have a multitude of ways to keep us astonished.  Fortunately, the creative interaction between film technique and dance are endless.  In the emerging field of … Continue reading

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Creating a Lexicon for Screendance

If you are obsessed with dance film, as I am, you probably notice dance pop up all the time in mainstream media – in commercials, music videos, movie musicals, experimental films, and even in the middle of sitcoms. All of these are established genres in which dance has and continue to thrives in today, so why bother establishing a separate category for dance film that no one knows about? Continue reading

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Notes from the March 25th Artist Salon: Dance for Web-an Emerging Genre

At the last Artist Salon on March 25th at Chez Bushwick, Jaki Levy, a media artist and new media consultant, discussed dance work created specifically for the web. The question of the evening was: Why should artists make dance films specifically for the web? Continue reading

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Jaki Levy looks at Dance on the Web at the next Artist Salon at Chez Bushwick March 25th

At the next Artist Salon on March 25th at Chez Bushwick, Jaki Levy, founder of Arrow Root Media and new media producer for Misnomer Dance, Martha Graham Dance Co. and others, will be looking at dance work created specifically for the web. Dance on Camera has already established itself as a viable medium for showcasing dance + performance. However, there is a growing trend of artists creating and adapting work specifically for the web. Continue reading

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