OCT 2017 21 SAT 2 pm
  • OCT 2017 21 SAT 5 pm
  • OCT 2017 22 SUN 2 pm
  • OCT 2017 22 SUN 5 pm
Dance | U.S.A.
Trisha Brown Dance CompanyLa Jolla Projects by Richard Fleischner, Stuart Collection
  • GA $35
  • UCSD Student $9
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About

“[A] pillar of American postmodern dance.”—New York Times

In planning since before Trisha Brown’s death earlier this year, ArtPower is proud to present a unique iteration of In Plain Site, a site-specific work created for the UC San Diego campus by Trisha Brown Dance Company (TBDC). The company will adapt Brown’s signature works around the campus, honoring her commitment to the presentation of performances in nontraditional venues, a format she helped pioneer.

Brown was an iconic American choreographer and cofounder of postmodern dance. She formed TBDC in 1970, and the company has toured her work throughout the world. She was a recipient of awards from the MacArthur Foundation, U.S. Artists, the Dorothy & Lillian Gish Prize, and the National Medal of the Arts, among many others.

Brown engaged collaborators who are themselves leaders in music, theater, and the visual arts, including visual artists Robert Rauschenberg, Donald Judd, and Elizabeth Murray, and musicians Laurie Anderson, John Cage, and Alvin Curran, just to name a few. With these partners, she created exceptionally varied works that have been staples in the dance world for decades.

 Part of La Jolla Playhouse’s WoW festival.

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ArtTalk

Join us for a post-performance ArtTalk with the artists (evening performances only).

Parking

The closest parking structure is Lot 103, located on Scholar Drive. Parking is free on the weekends.

Sponsor

Elaine Galinson and Herb Solomon Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation

Student Engagement Sponsor

The Weil Family Foundation

Support

The presentation of Trisha Brown Dance Company was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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