Current + Upcoming
always now work in progress showing
Come see our in process showing of our new work, always now! always now is made up of two distinct parts, and will be shown separately as part 1 and part 2.
part 1: January 14, 2:30pm-3:30pm
In part one, the audience lays on the floor. The showing is a free ticketed event for 12 people at a time. Each showing is 15 minutes long. Due to the intimate and specific presentation of the work, seating is very limited.
Please RSVP to email@example.com to reserve a spot.
part 2: January 13, 1:00pm-2:30pm
January 14, 11:00am-12:30pm
In part two, the audience watches from chairs in the space. We will show part two as part of the Pacific Northwest (PNW) Performance Platform. PNW Platform is made up of artists based in the PNW and curated by On the Boards and Velocity Dance Center.
For entire PNW Platform tickets, click here.
This event is a part of Gibney Dance's POP series, a program supporting curated rental opportunities for the dance community.
about the project:
The Princess Grace Foundation awarded Zoe Scofield the Choreography Mentorship Co-comission for her new piece called always now. She's so fortunate to partner with Bebe Miller as her mentor and Jacob’s Pillow through a technical residency and presentation. She is working with incredible collaborators: dancers, Troy Ogilvie, Gilbert Small, Kèvin Quinaou, Shane Donohue, David Rue and Kim Lusk and designers Juniper Shuey, Thomas Dunn and Julian Martlew.
Part 1 of always now will be presented at Jacob's Pillow May 5- 6, 2018.
The new work is a diptych and part one is a 30-40 minute piece with the audience watching from the floor. The audience lay on the floor head to shin, experiencing the dancers and choreography from the ground up. By placing the audience at a perpendicular physical orientation to the dancers, she is utilizing a simple shift in the structure of traditional performance to alter the audience-dancer relationship. They are curious how this orientation change can allow them to experience being a dancer and an audience member again, as if for the first time. With this simple repositioning, what vulnerabilities come into play for all of us?
Local Sightings Festival
Northwest Film Forum, SEattle
Sep 24, 2017
zoe | juniper activated the Northwest Film Forum with a multidisciplinary event that featured the premiere of CS360, an excerpt of Clear and Sweet shot and edited for viewing on a VR headset. The event combined 2D and VR screenings, sacred harp singing, and discussions about artistic creation based in virtual reality.
Panelists included Steven Schardt, Lacey Leavitt, Kim Voynar, Daryle Conners, Laura James, Tifa Tomb, Tracy Rector, Aaron Rhodes, Zoe Scofield, Sandy Cioffi, and Dayna Hanson.
CS360 is presented with primary support from the National Endowment for the Arts and 4Culture.
New york live arts (Tickets)
Dec 13-16, 2017
Zoe is teaching a Master Class at Belmont University in Nashville during zj's tour stop.
Schedule of Classes + Workshops.
Zoe and Juniper were guest artists at the American College Dance Association (ACDA) Conference in Eugene, OR in March 2017.
YOUR SPARKLING EYES: MUSIC FROM CLEAR AND SWEET
We are delighted to announce the vinyl and digital release of 'Your Sparkling Eyes: The Music From Clear & Sweet.' The recording clocks in at just over 50 minutes and was tracked at On The Boards in Seattle, WA. 'Your Sparkling Eyes' features the sacred harp tunes from Clear & Sweet as well as compositions by Evan Anderson. Pre-order the vinyl here.