Renowned choreographer Twyla Tharp ’63 talks about creating “Treefrog in Stonehenge” in the first ever lecture-demonstration of the work. Registration required.
Now in its ninth season, the Barnard Project and New York Live Arts present the first international collaboration creating an unforgettable experience: the “wunderkind of South African Dance.” Barnard students work with cutting-edge choreographers Boyzie Cekwana, Lance Gries, Annie-B Parson, and Donna Uchizono.
Cutting-edge choreographers Faye Driscoll, Francesca Harper, Heidi Henderson, and Bill Young, premiere new works made specifically for Barnard/Columbia dancers during a semester-long creative process.
One-of-a-kind premiere dances developed through collaborations between Barnard students and cutting-edge choreographers Nora Chipaumire, Beth Gill, Juliette Mapp, and Reggie Wilson.
The Window Sex Project, produced by Sydnie L. Mosley '07, is a dance performance that tackles the everyday practice in which women are "window-shopped"; or forced to bear unsolicited harassment from men while walking on the street.
The Barnard Project continues to connect students to the professional world by commissioning premieres from cutting-edge choreographers.
Senior dance majors create, produce, and perform in the culmination of their artistic and intellectual studies.
Barnard/Columbia dancers perform global, classical, and contemporary pieces.
Barnard professor of dance Lynn Garafola and a panel of professional dancers come together to share their experiences reinventing The Rite of Spring, Igor Stravinsky and Vaslav Nijinsky’s avant-garde classic.