The company will officially open the new space on Sept. 1. It’s at 17 E. Toole Ave in the Warehouse District.
The innovative Artifact Dance Project was nominated for a Lumie in the Emerging Arts Organization category.
L-R, Nichol Mason, Shelly Steigerwald, Marquez Johnson, Nolan Austin, Jeff Bacigalupo, DJ Sync, Mirela Roza, Max Foster, Cindy Cantos in Artifact Dance Project's "wear.house." -- Credit: Artifact -- ARM Story #21052 - aartifact
l-r, Nichol Mason Lazenby, Shelly Steigerwald, DJ Sync, Cindy Cantos, Mirela Roza in Artifact Dance Project's "wear.house." -- Credit: Artifact -- ARM Story #21052 - aartifact
Nolan Austin, left, Jeff Bacigalupo, DJ Sync, Marquez Johnson and Max Foster will perform Saturday in Artifact’s “wear.house,” in which the audience and 12 dancers will be all together as one group wearing imaginative fashions and dancing to house music in the LoveSmack studios.
Ben Nisbet - he's the one with the violin - is recently back from China with the Artifact Dance Project.
"Disco Couple" with Clayton Velasquez and Mindy Moeller is one of the dances Artifact Dance Project will take on its 28-day, 14-city tour of China that begins next week.
Marquez Johnson, left, Claire Hancock, Grant Bashore, Rick
Wamer, Ben Nisbet, Ashley Bowman are members of the dance company
Artifact, which integrates dance, film and mime with music by the
Kingfisher String Quartet.
Megan Kamler, left, and Corbin Kalinowski are among the 40 members of the Artifact Dance Project going to China.
Corbin Kalinowski and Megan Kamler in "Ballroom Couple," one of the dances in the show.
Clayton Velasquez and Mindy Miller tear up the stage in Artifact Dance Project's "Disco Couple" number.
This dish and cup are part of the 127 artifacts on display at the Rialto Building through February.