Ate9 had an incredible 2018 Summer Course with 25 exceptional participants!
Anonymous feedback included:
The Ate9 summer course is an experience and a half. You receive the best training in dance, a supportive community, and then some more. When you leave the studio, you feel surprised, inspired, and satisfactorily tired."
I became a better dancer. I became a better thinker. Now, I leave the studio more curious. I want to create more movement and I now have a better toolbox to do so."
The personal growth that I discovered through this course has changed who I am as an artist. It has opened my eyes to new avenues of movement, dance, and expression. This intensive was not at all easy, but the rigor and effort that was demanded through the ups and downs of the days is what provided the most growth. This beautiful dynamic that was created fulfilled me in a very special way."
Finally, a few photos to wet your appetite:
Photos courtesy of Cheryl Mann and Ate9.
This Friday Danielle Agami will premier "Duck Sitting", a new work with Whim W'Him- Seattle Contemporary Dance as part of their "TRANSFIGURATE" program at the Cornish Playhouse in Seattle, WA. The 16-minute work is Agami's first with the company.
Showtimes: June 8,9 & 15,16 at 8PM.
Tickets range from $30-$55.
More information including ticket sales can be found at: http://www.whimwhim.org/next-creations/transfigurate/