Man In the Box and As We Shift

Man In the Box and As We Shift

Sat, April 15, 2017

7:00 pm

Links Hall At Constellation

Chicago, IL

$15.00 - $20.00

The result of a new collaboration between Links Hall, Chicago and St. Louis based ANNONYArts at Satori, together built a creative passageway between communities, artists and facilities.  The concept provides proximity and resources to artists encouraging an exchange of creative capital, ideas, vocabulary, hunches and insights fostering the creation of work relevant to our state of being.  

This year Links Hall hosts ANNONYArts’ Man in the Box, performance artists Tom Brady, Monica Newsam and Zlatko Cosic and has engaged dropshift dance Andrea Cerniglia, to create a new work As We Shift as part of this series of performances double featured for what will be an evening of innovation.

In the Fall of 2017 dropshift dance and Andrea Cerniglia will create new work to be premiered at ANNONYArts in St. Louis along with a local artist selected by Links Hall and ANNONYArts.

 

Tom Brady
Tom Brady began his journey into performance as art in 1970 while exploring the limits of sculpture and performance at both Kansas (BFA) and Rutgers University (MFA). He has performed in New York at Franklin Furnace (Brady's work included in MOMA collection/research/Franklin Furnace) as well as PS1 Contemporary Arts Center. He was invited to perform at the Generative Art Conference at the University of Milano, Italy in 2004. In St. Louis he has exhibited and performed at COCA’s Anhesuer Busch Black Box Theatre, Laumeier Sculpture Park, 3 Sinks Gallery in Webster and most recently at Satori, his studio at 3003 Locust St. St. Louis. Tom produced and premiered an original work - Prodigal in the beautiful Forest Park, Shakespeare Glen, St. Louis Missouri to critical acclaim in September of 2009.
Andrea Cerniglia
Andrea Cerniglia began dancing at an early age while growing up in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts. Dance has always been a large part of her life and her training ultimately led to a BFA in Dance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Much of Ms. Cerniglia’s exposure to modern dance came during her collegiate years; she quickly fell in love with the form for its endless freedom and ability to give the audience such a powerful and visceral experience.

Currently a contemporary artist based in Chicago, IL, she is a performer, choreographer, laban practitioner, and seasoned educator. Ms. Cerniglia’s work has been shown internationally in Vancouver, BC as well as locally at Links Hall, The Hairpin Arts Center, I AM Logan Square Gallery, The Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festival, Produce Music and Dance, Hamlin Park and Holstein Park, Chicago, IL. She is a long time collaborator with Zephyr Dance with whom she performed from 2004 to 2013. She received her Graduate Laban Certificate in Movement Analysis from Columbia College Chicago in 2015. Ms. Cerniglia has performed at such Chicago venues as the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Dance Center of Columbia College, Harold Washington Library Theater, the Athenaeum Theater, and the Ruth Page Center for the Performing Arts. She has also performed in New York City at the Ailey Citigroup Theater, Dance Space, the Cunningham Studio Theater, Mulberry Street Theater, and Triskelion Arts.
Ms. Cerniglia has been a part of residency and master class work within the elementary grade levels as well as at such colleges as Columbia College Chicago and Illinois Wesleyan University. She has also taught and designed arts integrated curriculum in the Chicago Public schools through Zephyr’s arts integrated education programs uniting classroom curriculum with dance. In the spring of 2009, she was named Artistic Director of the Dance Foundation Youth Company Chicago, a dance group providing opportunity and scholarship to Chicago’s underserved youth founded at Fisher Dance Center, now R&B Dance, where she continues to support dance education and appreciation.
Venue Information:
Links Hall At Constellation
3111 N. Western Ave.
Chicago, IL, 60618
http://www.linkshall.org/