Tanz Farm

A Performance Anthology


Mar
26
12:00pm12:00pm

TanzFEED : Artist as Migrant


Tanz Farm: FEED conversation
"The artist as migrant"

With Japanese-born dancer and choreographer Eiko, and Atlanta artists and cultivators.

Sunday March 26
12pm
free and public

Named "Best Dance" by the New York Times 2016 Year in Review, Eiko is a MacArthur Genuis and Guggenheim Fellow. Her work has been presented world-wide, including Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Whitney Museum, and the Walker Center. 

"Artist as Migrant" is part of Eiko's Tanz Farm residency that includes multiple performance installations in Midtown Atlanta, and pleasure dance SHOPS on the Goat Farm.

Eiko’s residency at Tanz Farm was made possible in part with support from the Japan Foundation, New York and its Performing Arts JAPAN program.


A glo Goat Farm collaboration
for more information: info@tanzfarm.com

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Eiko : A Body in Places
Mar
24
to Mar 25

Eiko : A Body in Places

  • 1201 Peachtree St NE Atlanta, GA, 30361 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Tanz Farm, the production structure launched by glo and The Goat Farm Arts Center in 2012, returns with Japanese-born dancer and choreographer Eiko. "A Body in Places" is the omnibus title of Eiko's first solo project, and first foray into exploring her unique and riveting theater of movement out of stillness, shape, light and sound, in non-traditional spaces. 

Friday, March 24 at 5:30pm
Saturday, March 25 at 2:30pm

Free & Public

Midtown Atlanta | Peachtree Street NE between 14th & 15th Streets

Named "Best Dance" by the New York Times 2016 Year in Review, Eiko is a MacArthur Genuis and Guggenheim Fellow. Her work has been presented world-wide, including Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Whitney Museum, and the Walker Center. 

Primary activities of Eiko's week-long Tanz Farm residency will include multiple performance installations in Midtown Atlanta, pleasure dance SHOPS and "Artist as Migrant," a FEED conversation with Eiko, and Atlanta cultivators.

Eiko’s residency at Tanz Farm was made possible in part with support from the Japan Foundation, New York and its Performing Arts JAPAN program.


for more information: info@tanzfarm.com

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Mar
22
12:00pm12:00pm

Tanz Pleasure SHOP

  • The Goat Farm Arts Center - Corner Studio (map)
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Tanz Farm Pleasure Dance SHOP

With Japanese-born dancer and choreographer Eiko, and Atlanta artists and cultivators.

Wednesday March 22
12pm - 2pm
free and public

Named "Best Dance" by the New York Times 2016 Year in Review, Eiko is a MacArthur Genuis and Guggenheim Fellow. Her work has been presented world-wide, including Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Whitney Museum, and the Walker Center. 

"Artist as Migrant" is part of Eiko's Tanz Farm residency that includes multiple performance installations in Midtown Atlanta, and pleasure dance SHOPS on the Goat Farm.

Eiko’s residency at Tanz Farm was made possible in part with support from the Japan Foundation, New York and its Performing Arts JAPAN program.


A glo Goat Farm collaboration
for more information: info@tanzfarm.com

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Sep
7
to Sep 11

cloth field

  • The Goat Farm Arts Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

SCENES FROM THE STILLWORLD AND HEREAFTER

cloth field
performance exhibition

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Music Director Robert Spano and artist Lauri Stallings expand their collaboration. 

September 7-11, 2016
8:30pm nightly

Tickets here:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2555056
Tickets at door each day.

The generative process will unveil an expanded score of cloth, written by Spano in 2014 for glo. Participation drives transformation. cloth field will happen continuously over 5 days of public activation in Goodson Yard Factory Space at the Goat Farm Arts Center.

Please join us for a PREVIEW at Serenbe Farms
Sunday, September 4 at 7:30pm


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Jun
22
to Jul 15

Search Engine :: Spring


Search Engine

Westside ATL | Howell Mill & Marietta  

Front Porch : Octane Westside

Free & Open to the Public

garden installation  OPENING May 6 | choreographic cycles OPENING June


Search Engine : social art garden

A man-made grassy hillside that grows over time for continuous choreographic situations, civic actions, and contemplation, and as an artists’ SEARCH ENGINE into the body’s motion as the most humane expression of art. For its first iteration, the experience ran for 24 hours for seven days in an in-between space at Atlanta Contemporary, sustained by glo moving artists, recorded nature sounds, and community, establishing SEARCH ENGINE as a garden for collaboration, sensory journey, and autonomous dreaming. In parallel to the installation are civic actions, including Farming, Shop, and Movement Choirs.

Other components of vigorous dialogue and community happenings included King of Pops, Coleman family letter writing, KSU French Club/ Photo Novela, Sacred Sound Orchestra, Bohanon Thai Bodywork & Yoga, Yoga on the Move & Coloring Our Landscape Beautiful, Eyedrum’s Sonic Adventures acoustic improv and Writer’s Exchange, Little Feasties, Eyedrum Discussion Party, ChopArt, all night candle lighting, storytelling with Carlos Thompson, LadyFest film screening, sunrise daily bathing, daily grass trimming meditation, daily smoothie making, and sleepovers.

SEARCH ENGINE is a production of The Goat Farm Arts Center and Tanz FarmSEARCH ENGINE is made possible by an Artists’ occupation at Atlanta Contemporary. The second iteration is made possible by an Artists’ occupation of the front yard of Octane Coffee Bar Westside.

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Summer Feed Conversation
Jun
21
7:00pm 7:00pm

Summer Feed Conversation


Discourse & Art/Criticism in ATL

Please join us for the third installation of this ongoing conversation arching over discourse & art/criticism.  

Critical contemplation guided by conscious aesthetic sense. Critical contemplation guided by the soul. Lets talk about atlanta's growing pool of artists as critics. How do we harness action around these conversations? Are we already doing so? Lets talk about the small picture. These are a few thoughts on our minds at tanz farm.

Tanz Farm corrals Atlanta's artists, activists, writers and producers centered in the vanguard to-do and the practical demands of a still-evolving terrain of culture publishing:

Liliana Bakhtiari // organizer and activist

Victoria Camblin // Art Papers editor

Stephanie Cash // Burnaway editor

Jerry Cullum // writer and artist

Zaida J Sanchez // Wussy mag features editor

David Stedman // Murmur Media director of outreach & new initiatives


These are a few things we are thinking about at Tanz Farm.

Tanz Farm corrals Atlanta's artists, activists, writers and producers centered in the vanguard to-do and the practical demands of a still-evolving terrain of culture publishing. Wine and discussion could easily flow into the absence of judgement. 

FEED is organized by Tanz Farm: a contemporary anthology collaboration of glo and The Goat Farm Arts Center.

Tanz Farm Season IV

October 2015- Jun 2016


Tuesday June 21

7pm

Warhorse Cafe'

The Goat Farm Arts Center

free and public

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Spring FEED Conversation
May
10
7:00pm 7:00pm

Spring FEED Conversation

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Discourse & Art/Criticism in ATL

Please join us for a continuation of last month's FEED 

*Let's talk about the small picture. 

What is the best web infrastructure for fostering responsive arts journalism that encourages substantial conversations between writers and readers? Are there artists who do not wish to be included in publications that lack diversity and reach? 

Lets talk about atlanta's growing pool of artists as critics. Critique as performance. What makes a good critic today. can atlanta make them? What makes a good artist today. can atlanta make them?

These are a few things we are thinking about at Tanz Farm.

Tanz Farm corrals Atlanta's artists, activists, writers and producers centered in the vanguard to-do and the practical demands of a still-evolving terrain of culture publishing. Wine and discussion could easily flow into the absence of judgement. 

FEED is organized by Tanz Farm: a contemporary anthology collaboration of glo and The Goat Farm Arts Center.

Tanz Farm Season IV

October 2015- May 2016


Tuesday May 10, 2016
7pm

Moderated by: Angela Bortone, Maggie Davis, Edward Hall, Pastiche Lumumba, Amanda Mills

Warhorse Cafe'

free and public

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Mar
22
7:00pm 7:00pm

Spring FEED


Spring FEED Conversation

Moderated by Daniel Fuller

Is discourse a democratic undertaking? Has the internet changed art criticism? How is Atlanta's art criticism enfolding the power of art within a larger dynamics of our community? What are the demands readers can make of critics?

Tanz Feed corrals Atlanta editors and writers from diverse publishers to reflect on the various roles of art publishing today and how these platforms consider the tensions around active discourse. This is a gathering for Atlanta's writers, artists, producers and curators centered in the vanguard to-do and the practical demands of a still-evolving terrain of culture publishing.

Wine and discussion could easily flow into the witching hour into the absence of judgement. The discussion is organized by Tanz Farm: a contemporary anthology collaboration of The Goat Farm Arts Center and glo.

Tanz Farm Season IV
October 2015- May 2016


Tuesday March 22
7pm
Warhorse Cafe'

free and public
spirits will be served

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