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NimbusPresents: OFFLINE 10.14-15 (Season Pass Eligible)

NimbusPresents: OFFLINE is a series of curated performances presenting the work of emerging to mid-career choreographers from the New Jersey/New York area. Designed to address the limited amount of space available for the creation and performance of new dance in Jersey City, OFFLINE provides audiences and artists the opportunity to have intimate and meaningful exchanges.


Guest Curator Joanne Robinson Hill has selected 6 choreographers to present their work at Nimbus' Studio/Theater in Downtown Jersey City on Saturday, October 14 and Sunday, October 15, 2017 and will lead a post-show discussion with participating choreographers.

October 14, 2017 @ 7pm
Robert Mark Dance
looseKANON Dance Company
Barkha Dance Company
Avoir Motion Dance Project

October 15, 2017 @ 7pm
Robert Mark Dance
looseKANON Dance Company
Ayako Takahashi
Onyxx Noel

Purchase Tickets: 
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3079328

Photographer: Tanya Ghosh

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About the Curator

Joanne Robinson Hill

Joanne Robinson Hill, consultant and former director of education for The Joyce Theater, is an honoree and founding member of Lincoln Center Institute for Arts Education and was a Leonard Bernstein Center for Education through the Arts Fellow.  She was a 2017 Engaging Dance Audiences panelist, a Joyce residency artist panelist and a HARLEM STAGE choreographic mentor.  A past Trustee of Dance USA, former board member of the NYC AIE Roundtable, she is on the editorial board of the Teaching Artist Journal. She has been a consultant for the NYC Department of Education, served on NYSCA and NJ Council on the Arts panels, and has been recognized for her leadership by the NYS Department of Education. Formerly the Education Director for Portland State University's Contemporary Dance Season in OR, she  held posts as an arts commissioner for Oregon's Regional Arts and Culture Commission and was on the boards of the Portland Center for the Performing Arts and Portland Arts and Lectures. Ms. Robinson Hill was dance curriculum developer for the National Institute of Education's CEMREL Aesthetic Education Program.  A former dancer, an educator and administrator, she is a past co-chair and chair of Dance/USA's Educators Council and is a member of it's Chair's Circle.  She lives in Jersey City.