Join Eyedrum's newly formed performance committee for refreshments, dance on film screenings, music by Allen Welty-Green, and other live dance performance. This is a chance for dancers, choreographers, performers, writers, composers, fillmmakers, and collaborators to network, see the space resources Eyedrum has to offer, and have some fun. Join Eyedrum at the event and receive special discounts on rehearsal spaces, Eyedrum merchandise, music, and events. Ground-floor, wheelchair accessible. Parking in the deck at MLK and Forsyth St. $3. Doors and film at 7:30; performances begin at 8:30.
Pussycat Purrradise / Ladyfest Fundraiser
December 13, 2014 8:30PM - - - Price: 5
As many of you know, the first ever Ladyfest Atlanta will be taking place March 20-22, 2015 and it's going to be the most amazing weekend of your life...........BUT we need your help to make sure it is as fabulou$$$ as possible!!
SO we're throwing a DANCE PARTY FUNDRAISER
bring ur friends
bring ur lovers
bring ur pussycats
bring ur parents
bring ur sweet moves
(more to be announced!!!)
COME ON OUT & DANCE YOUR BUTT OFF (or hang outside and smoke cigarettes) FOR A GOOD CAUSE
and if helping out Ladyfest isn't enough of a reason to come, then come for some super special super secret surprises :D :D :D
TIX $5 at the door
100% of the profits go to Ladyfest
Move Lab at Eyedrum
December 14, 2014 4:00PM - 5:00PM Price: n/a
The Move Lab: A STEAM Community of Learners
The Move Lab project, a Georgia Tech CAT Lab and Eyedrum collaboration, invited artists, technology experts, undergraduates, and high school students, to work together for a full week to produce a multimedia dance and technology performance speaking to issues of technology and culture.
Our goal is to use the Move Lab as a model for future collaborations between artist and technologist. We invite you to see our first performance on Sunday, December 14.
This project was made possible by the GVU/IPaT Research and Engagement grants program.
The project was developed by Kayla DesPortes, Monet Spells, and Betsy DiSalvo from the Georgia Tech Culture and Technology Lab (CAT Lab) and Onur Topal-Sumer, Morgan Carlisle, and Al Matthews from Eyedrum.