World Movement: Space, Place and Visions with Jack Ironstone
Explore Tibetan improvisational techniques that enhance sensory awareness. Barbara Dilley’s Five Eye Practices expands a dancer’s use of the eyes during improvisation. Dana Reitz’s Space and Place thesis asks a dancer to “listen” to their space and respond with their entire body. Let’s move together to feel free!
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jack Ironstone (he/she/they) began their formal dance education at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. After attending the Juilliard School, they finished their degree as a graduate of the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures with a minor in Visual and Performing Arts Education. As a choreographer for queer, non-binary pop artists such as Dorian Electra, they border the commercial and experimental worlds of art-making to embrace the full spectrum of human existence.