Kendi parmakları ile amını sulandıran kadın erkek sikiş izle arkadaşı direk yanına geldiğinde penisini yalayarak üstüne porno resim oturacaktır Daha çıkmaya başlayalı 1 dahi olmayan iki çift türk porno ilk defa sikiş için bir araya geliyorlar Acı çekmeden sikiş izle yavaş ve duygusal sikişmeyi isteyen sarışın canı mobil sikiş acıyınca sikişmekten hiç bir şey anlamıyordu Duygusallığı sikiş sırasın da yaşayan sarışın Okulun öğretmenleri müdür yardımcısına türk porno yalakalığı çok seviyor Öğle arasında boş bir sınıfta mobil porno buluşuyorlar İlk olarak toplantı yapsalar da kadınlar rahat sikiş durmuyor Adamı yoldan çıkaran sarışın büyük göğüslü kadın onlybitcoincasino.com

McKnight International Choreographer comes to Winona


(9/26/2019)

 

The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts today announced the events surrounding the Minnesota residency with the 2019 McKnight International Choreographer Galia Eibenschutz of Mexico City. The program will offer nearly 5 weeks of workshops and events culminating in a premiere of her new work partnering with HIJACK and dancers at The Cedar Cultural Center on October 16 & 17.

“We are enchanted by the beauty and mystery of Galia’s work and are so excited to share it here in Minnesota,” said HIJACK (Kristin Van Loon & Arwen Wilder). “For this residency, we have assembled an ensemble of exciting Minneapolis dancers. Working in improvisation assures that each dancer’s idiosyncratic self is expressed through Galia's dance composition through the month-long process and through the performances at The Cedar Cultural Center. Our choice to work with a Mexican artist and bring her across that contested border is a hopeful and timely move.” 

The McKnight International Choreographer program provides a Minnesota residency for one international choreographer each year to work with Twin Cities dance artists to develop and showcase new work and participate in community events with the local dance community. 

Program Director for the McKnight Fellowships at Cowles, Mary Ellen Childs, added “An essential idea behind the McKnight International Choreographer residency is the importance of thinking globally and making connections that transcend geographical borders. We’re delighted to bring Galia to Minnesota from Mexico, because her work is fascinating and unique, and she’ll be working closely with Minnesota dance and visual artists. And - in the bigger scheme of things - we want to foster connections between our arts community and the rich arts community in Mexico.” 

Additional information, event details, and registration can be found at mcknightdancechoreo.org.

 

Winona Events 

Drawing and Movement Workshop 

Valencia arts Center, Black Box Theatre | 1164 W Howard St, Winona, MN Fee: $5.00 

Thursday, September 26 | 6:30PM - 8:30PM 

Meet the Artist Reception | 8:30PM - 9:30PM 

Artist Conversation 

Informal discussion with Galia Eibenschutz Fee: Free to the public. Public Launch, 119 E. 3rd Street, Winona, MN 

Friday, September 27 | 10:00AM - 11:30AM 

 

Minneapolis Events

Drawing and Movement Workshop 

Fee: $5.00 The Cowles Center, Studio 5B | 528 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403 

Saturday, September 28 | 10:00AM - 12:00PM Saturday, October 5 | 10:00AM - 12:00PM Saturday, October 12 | 10:00AM - 12:00PM

 

Drawing and Movement Workshop 

Fee: $5.00 The White Page | 3400 Cedar Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 

Monday, September 30 | 7:00PM - 9:00PM 

 

Drawing and Movement Workshop 

Fee: $5.00 Location TBD 

Monday, October 7 | 7:00PM - 9:00PM 

 

Artist Conversation 

Discussion with Galia Eibenschutz Fee: Free to the public. Minneapolis College of Art and Design 

Monday, October 14 | 7:00PM - 8:30PM 

Reception to follow 

 

Performances Wednesday, October 16 | 7:30pm 

Followed by public reception The Cedar Cultural Center | 416 Cedar Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN, 55454 

 

Thursday, October 17 | 7:30pm 

Followed by discussion with the artists

The Cedar Cultural Center | 416 Cedar Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN, 55454 

Tickets available at www.thecedar.org 

 

Galia Eibenschutz (2019 International Choreographer) Galia Eibenschutz is a dance and multimedia artist from Mexico City whose work combines movement and drawing. Her work registers the passing of time as well as the scenic presence of the human body and its projection within architectural spaces. 

 

HIJACK (2019 Minnesota Partner) HIJACK is the Minneapolis-based choreographic collaboration of Kristin Van Loon and Arwen Wilder. HIJACK is the confluence and clash of two independent compositional/kinesthetic impulses. Their dances embrace juxtaposition. Their dances house unlikely intimates and question, “who is the enemy?” Over the last 25 years they have created over 100 dances and performed in venues ranging from proscenium to barely legal.

 

Funding Credits 

The McKnight International Choreographers Residency is made possible by the generous support of The McKnight Foundation. 

 

About the McKnight International Choreographer Residency 

The McKnight International Choreographer Residency, a program of the McKnight Choreographer Fellowships, invites one international choreographer each year to spend time in residence in Minnesota, collaborating with Minnesota dance artists and showcasing new work. The McKnight Fellowships for Choreographers is funded by the McKnight Foundation and administered by The Cowles Center. 

 

About the McKnight Artist Fellowship Program 

Support for individual artists has been a focus of the McKnight Foundation’s Arts program since its inception. McKnight Artist Fellowships increase the exploratory opportunity, economic stability, and productive capacity of artists by providing $25,000 in unrestricted support for mid-career artists and discipline-specific artistic and professional development opportunities. 

 

About The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing ArtsRedMovies 

The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts serves as the Twin Cities' flagship for dance, presenting a wide array of productions each season in the Goodale Theater in the heart of Downtown Minneapolis. The Center’s campus includes three performance spaces, education studios and administrative offices for more than 20 arts and nonprofit organizations – making it a dynamic and vibrant hub for the Twin Cities’ performing arts community and a place where dance can grow and thrive.

 

Search Archives




Our online forms will help you through the process. Just fill in the fields with your information.

Any troubles, give us a call.