Great Images of “ON DISPLAY/RESTON”

Some great photos of Shu-Chen Cuff and Na Dai performing in Heidi Latsky’s extraordinary work “ON DISPLAY/RESTON at the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival

We had a great fun and privilege collaborating with Heidi Latsky and Open Circle Theatre on this project – “ON DISPLAY/RESTON” and performing at the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival this past weekend! Great thanks to Heidi and her wonderful company Heidi Latsky Dance for such a breathtaking and impactful production and Paul Douglas Michnewicz and his incredible team for making this such an amazing experience!
Performances made possible by Reston Community Center and Greater Reston Arts Center
📷: Gary Cuff

 
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Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival Open TODAY!!

Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival starts TODAY and will continue through Sunday, May 19!! Shu-Chen Cuff and Na Dai will be joining some wonderful performers and performing in a very special project ON DISPLAY/RESTON by Heidi Latsky on May 18 at 7:00 pm and May 19 at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm!! Come and see this unique movement installation and celebrate the beauty of differences. You also will get to enjoy many magnificent art works from the outstanding artists all over the nation at this top ranking fine arts festival! What a perfect way to spend the weekend!
Performances made possible by Reston Community Center
📷: Ruth Judson

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Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival

NEXT Weekend Shu-Chen Cuff and Na Dai will be joining some wonderful performers and performing in a very special project ON DISPLAY/RESTON by Heidi Latsky at the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival on May 18 at 7:00 pm and May 19 at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm!! Come and see this unique movement installation and celebrate the beauty of differences. You also will get to enjoy many magnificent art works from outstanding artists all over the nation at this top ranking fine arts festival! What a perfect way to spend the weekend!
Performances made possible by Reston Community Center
📷: Ruth Judson

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See Us Performing One More Time for Patrick Dougherty’s ‘Bird in the Hand’

See us performing one more time for Patrick Dougherty’s ‘Bird in the Hand’ sculpture at its Decommissioning Ceremony at 11:45 am today at Reston Town Square Park at the Reston Town Center!
Performance made possible by Reston Community Center, Greater Reston Arts Center, and Public Art Reston

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Gin Dance Company Featured at the ‘Bird in the Hand’ Sculpture Decommissioning Ceremony

We had the honor to performed Shu-Chen Cuff‘s ‘Six Degrees’ in responding Patrick Dougherty’s sculpture ‘Bird in the Hand’ in May 2015. NEXT Saturday, October 7 we will be performing at the Decommissioning Ceremony of this sculpture at the Reston Town Square Park at 11:30 am. Don’t miss this very special event!
This performance is presented/made possible by Reston Community Center, Greater Reston Arts Center, and Public Art Reston
Photo by Ruth Judson

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‘Six Degrees’

Some great photos from our “Six Degrees” performances at the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival last weekend!  

‘Six Degrees’ – Choreographed by Shu-Chen Cuff, Gin Dance Company as a featured performer at the 2015 Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival on May 16 & 17, 2015 which took place at the Reston Town Square Park in the Reston Town Center.  This event commemorated Sculpturer Patrick Dougherty’s newest project at Reston Town Square Park. Just as the Dougherty sculpture is comprised of individual saplings intertwining with each other to give shape and form to an overall structure bringing a level of meaning and purpose that any one sapling could never have done on it’s own. Shu-Chen Cuff explores through her choreography of Six Degrees how we, as individuals, intertwine our lives with those around us, and they with those around them, and so on until we form a network that gives meaning, structure and purpose that any one individual could never have accomplished on their own.  Shu-Chen brought in her Gin Dance Company Dancers along with an extended cast.  Check out the video: ‘Six Degrees’
Photo by Amazing Ruth Judson'Six Degrees' at the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival
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‘Six Degrees’ at Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival

With Sculptor Patick Dougherty 4/20/2015

With Sculptor Patick Dougherty 4/20/2015

Gin Dance Company (GDC) is humbled and thrilled to be will be a featured performer at the 2015 Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival presenting our new work, Six Degrees, in response to extraordinary artist Patrick Dougherty’s amazing sculpture which will be installed at the Reston Town Square Park.  Just as the Dougherty sculpture is comprised of individual saplings intertwining with each other to give shape and form to an overall structure bringing a level of meaning and purpose that any one sapling could never have done on it’s own.  I explores through my choreography of Six Degrees how we, as individuals, intertwine our lives with those around us, and they with those around them, and so on until we form a network that gives meaning, structure and purpose that any one individual could never have accomplished on their own.  I will bring in Gin Dance Company Dancers along with an extended cast that will transform Reston Town Square Park into a living theatrical experience not to be missed. The performances will be on May 16, at 1:00 p.m. and on May 17, at 11:00 a.m.

The much anticipated annual Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE)’s Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival is a nationally top-ranked fine art and craft festival that typically attracts 30,000+ patrons. This Festival is made possible by the fantastic community sponsors, Reston Town Center Association and the Reston Community Center and it allows GRACE — the area’s largest non-profit dedicated exclusively to enhancing community life through excellence in and the promotion of the visual arts — to offer its free-to-the-public exhibitions at its Town Center Gallery and art education programs across all ages (GRACE Art is currently in over 40 schools regionally impacting over 20,000 children). The Festival is open to the public Saturday, May 16, 10am – 6pm and Sunday, May 17, from 10am – 5pm. It’s such a special opportunity, come and experience Arts differently.  http://gindance.org/GinDance/events/

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