FREE Aeriosa Community Zoom Class
Dance & Core Conditioning with Meghan Goodman
Monday March 1, 2021 on Zoom/Online
7:30-9pm Pacific Standard Time
This free Aeriosa class with Meghan provides an opportunity to mobilize and articulate the body, with a focus on strengthening the core as needed for aerial dance forms. The class offers a combination of contemporary dance exercises, yoga, and Pilates. Attendees are encouraged to work with proper alignment, intelligence and care. The class exercises are geared towards those who are used to training in dance and athletics, but all are welcome and encouraged to do what they can safely, and modifications will be offered as needed.
Teacher Meghan Goodman
Upcoming Aeriosa Events
Urban performance and installation
Coming in 2021
Julia Taffe, Sarah E. Fuller, and HFour Design Studio examine issues surrounding urban displacement by releasing an ‘eclipse of moths’ into the city at night. Part projection installation, part live performance, the collaborators examine how moths fascinate and repel us. These tiny alien creatures provoke visceral human responses, fear, loathing and wonder. We exterminate some kinds for the heinous crime of nestling into our personal domiciles, and we extirpate others, by destroying the delicate ecological systems they need to survive. Whether they are eating their way through our treasured clothing or fluttering in great numbers in the air, moths never fail to capture our attention.
Habitats & Camouflage
Coming in 2021
Aeriosa and Sarah E. Fuller are collaborating on the experiential new work, ‘Habitats & Camouflage.’ This performance piece is an exploration of the camouflaging quality of moths in the landscape. Large hooded capes with photo-transcribed images of moth markings will be worn by aerial dancers who blend and disappear into the trees and surrounding environment. Some species of moth caterpillars dig holes in the ground where they lie until appearing as full-grown adults. These predominantly nocturnal insects provide a nature-based magic show, disappearing and reappearing with layers of concealment and disguise.
Vertical dance research & artistic development
Winter 2020 – Spring 2022
Aeriosa and Deaf Theatre artist Landon Krentz are collaborating on a research project exploring the way art and dance evolve when we don’t all hear or speak the same language. The process of working with Landon is opening our understanding about D/deaf culture and expanding communication techniques and possibilities to help bridge the gap between the visual and auditory worlds of dance and performance.