We're excited to say that The Movement Lab's Virtual Moving Body-Moving Image Festival was an overwhelming success!
Congrats to the Movement Lab's Guy de Lancey who has been nominated for Best Cinematography at the RapidLion 2020 Film Festival for his work on the film "Gat In Die Muur (Hole in the Wall)".
"Finding Fellini," directed and designed by the Movement Lab's Guy de Lancey and written and performed by Megan Metrikin, will be performed at The Kraine Theater February 21st, 23rd, & 25th! Guy's work on "Finding Fellini" won Outstanding Set Design and Outstanding Sound Design at MITF and Best Production Design at United Solo Festival. Tickets.
Join Movement Lab Faculty Director Gabri Christa in this symposium launching 100 Years | 100 Women, an initiative of Park Avenue Armory. Gabri will speak at the salon (4:00-5:00pm) entitled "Museum of Moving Image: Cinefemme Cypher" on Saturday, February 15th. Find the full schedule and event details on the Park Ave. Armory website.
Norah Zuniga Shaw and her collaborators performed Climate Gathering: Livable Futures at the Movement Lab in two open rehearsals in January. Learn more about their time at Barnard and future plans!
Gabri Christa, Director of the Movement Lab and Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Dance, will join Miami Light's Project, ScreenDance Miami as a panelist and Masterclass host January 12th-15th. The program highlights choreographers and directors working with emerging and new concepts in movement and dance on film and dance on camera.
The Livable Futures project will be in residency at Barnard’s Movement Lab January 13-17, 2020. Artist Norah Zuniga Shaw and her co-creative team will be working on interaction design for their Livable Futures: Climate Gathering transmedia performance rituals. Request to join an Open Rehearsal.
Movement Lab Faculty Directory Gabri Christa and Artist-in-Residence Cari Ann Shim Sham will speak at Trinity College on December 2nd about their work and artistic processes in making dance films for various screens.
Movement Lab Faculty Director Gabri Christa will be dancing and Movement Lab Technologist Guy de Lancey will be in charge of lighting on November 10th at 3pm, for the launch of Sunday Brunch: Improv Series, which brings together accomplished dancers, musicians, and lighting designers in intimate, improvised performances at the ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn.
An improved Digital Collections mobile site, a shiny new IMATS Patron Portal, and more!
Post-Bacc of the Movement Lab, Allie Costa, will participate in a 7-day interdisciplinary experiment as a part of Performa's world renowned art biennial, Performa 19.
Movement Lab Artist-in-Residence and teacher of our pre-college program, LaJuné McMillian, presents her work from the 2019 Eyebeam Access Residency on Wednesday, October 23rd from 6:30-9:00pm at the Eyebeam Assembly. She will introduce The Black Movement Project, a database she has been developing, and moderate a conversation with guest speakers Aimee Meredith Cox and Yussef Cole. Tickets
Faculty Director of the Movement Lab, choreographer, dancer, and filmmaker Gabri Christa moderates a public conversation with Sasha Alexander, Lozens Grit/ Noel Altaha, and Mildred Beltré on Saturday, October 26 from 9:30-10:30pm at the Brooklyn Public Library for Lay Down Your Sword and Shield. A free program of Til Victory is Won.
The 2020 Moving Body-Moving Image Festival is accepting submissions of documentaries, shorts, experimental works, interactive installations, and VR projects on the topics of Aging & Othering. More information on the Festival.
Guy de Lancey directs and designs ‘Finding Fellini’ written and performed by Megan Metrikin at the Fringe BYOV (Oct 17th and 24th). Guy's work on 'Finding Fellini' won Outstanding Set Design and Outstanding Sound Design at MITF and Best Production Design at United Solo Festival. Tickets.
This month includes welcomes, goodbyes, and congratulations galore for our staff, as well as two installments of the Feminist Film Series and an event to honor Ntozake Shange.
Gabri Christa, the lab's faculty director, just finished her year long Atlantic Fellowship for Equity in Global Brain Health. Hosted by the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI), consisting of readings, course work, leadership training, clinical engagement, and collaboration that aims to connect the next generation of leaders in brain health. The fellowship ended with a five week intensive at the University of San Francisco Memory and Aging Center. Stop by the Lab to hear about Gabri's experience and how she plans to use what she has learned in this year's Moving Body-Moving Image Festival with the theme of “Aging & Othering”.
Call for artists interested in exploring and creating work at the intersection of tech and human movement! Student-Artist-in-Residence Application Form due September 27th!
Guy de Lancey, the lab's technologist, was commissioned by Brush Theatre Seoul of South Korea to develop and co-create an immersive experience for young people involving live staging, interactive surround projection, performance workshops and visual research around imagination and dreaming.
Allison (Allie) Costa joins this summer as Post Baccalaureate Fellow of the Movement Lab.
BC alums retain access to the physical library, staff, and a suite of licensed databases. (updated)
Floor to screen projection? Find out more about what's been happening in the Movement Lab!
For National Student Employment Week, we're celebrating our student workers.
April is packed with workshops, the continuation of the Feminist Film Series, and more.
New this month in the Barnard Library in the Milstein Center at Barnard College, Columbia University
The exhibit is an inspiring way to learn about the Milstein's Centers.
The weather is freezing, but the library has events galore to keep you warm.
We're preparing for the many new faces and new events that spring semester will bring!
If you missed the first iteration, come back to experience it in the Spring!
They highlighted the Design/Media Centers' work with movement and dance.
For research perfomed in the Barnard Archives, Center for Research on Woman, or Zine Library. Applications due midnight ET 3/3/19.
An afternoon of film screenings and discussions will examine the intersections of dance on film and social justice.