About sunday morning at 7
sunday morning at 7 is a year-long project that includes the initial developments of an educational tool with aims to inspire young people to continue pursuing careers in the theatrical arts. We aspire to bring dance to wider audiences by using the technology available (live-streaming and film) to make digital versions of our disco ballet sanctuaries and fortresses as vibrant as possible. We believe in the transformative power of collectively experiencing art and are determined to create accessible dance experiences that connect people to their inner voices and to each other.
listen to us here with Boyd Baker on Good Gracious Podcast
read about the work here with CC Calloway on Burnaway
sanctuaries and fortresses is the culmination of a year-long interest in the relevancy of myth making and the ancestral practice of gathering for collective listening in contemporary, mainstream culture. It is an investigation into the politics of sensuality, femininity in a myriad of forms, and the passing on of traditional methods of coping through the use of storytelling, disco! and the radical recontextualization of existing myth.
watch the 360 degree live-stream here
OUR TEAM INCLUDES:
sharon c. carelock
jennifer cara clark
sanctuaries and fortresses is streamed live and also filmed with 360 degree cameras by engineering wizard deigratia. the 360 version will be included in the creation of a digital educational tool designed to shed light on the many jobs that go into theatrical performance. the tool will also include inspiring interviews from a few members of the sunday morning at 7 team.
lighting installation artist.
sanctuaries and fortresses will feature music from Sister Sai's weighty and lush album, Extempore.
sanctuaries and fortresses features an original soundtrack created by Chris. Visit him here to listen to his first album Life.
Visit Lev here to learn about the film project based on sanctuaries and fortresses as part of sunday morning at 7's mission to bring theatrical dance to wider audiences. The striking images of a narrative dance film will translate the live work to the screen.
this program is partially funded by the city of atlanta mayors office of cultural affairs
alan kimara dixon, paige mcfall, daley kappenman
backdrop by Bolanle Pace for Pretty Paper Blossoms