- Dance Performance -

- Live Performance-

The Infinite Detail of This Place & Time

Sunday, November 24, 2019 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM

Join Virago and the A.W.E. Society for an evening of close listening and looking. Sonic improvisations will respond to immersive live video projections of the tiny-often unseen details of the world around us, and a contemplative audience participation session will bring together the concrete and the imagined realms. Banjo, the amateur therapy dog will be there for more than human comfort.

Warm beverages and beer/wine will be available with a suggested donation.

Sliding scale admission $5-10

What We've Been Doing And Fantastical Things To Come

May - September 2017

a site specific dance by Tzveta Kassabova and Shua Group with sound and text by Billy Mark

Through languages of dance, image and sound, What We've Been Doing and Fantastical Things To Come, explored a place in transition: a sewer hole, a pile of mildewed plywood, a collection of tire irons and car keys. The performance was a way of noticing a place, a former warehouse/auto garage, and welcoming its transformation into a place for imagination, creativity, and community through the performing arts.

Detroit Bureau of Sound Concerts

May - October 2017

These series of performances presented by the Detroit Bureau of Sound featured various Michigan and Wisconsin-based music groups and solo artists such as Jon Brown, Steve Curtin, Saajtak, Skewed and Such, and David Shettler.

 

Sounds in the form of electronic drones, modular synthesizers, and metallic instruments engulfed the expansive space that is Andy. These evenings explored the questions: What can art offer us? Can we obtain peace through a performance? Is there meaning in witnessing something beautiful? Can music offer us solace?

Untitled 

May 11 &12 2018

a multimedia collaboration by Shua Group, Tzveta Kassabova, Billy Mark, Stephane Garin and Thierry Escarmant.

Set by Vince Mountain

This interdisciplinary and collaborative performance tested the performers' ideas of themselves in an effort to transform each other and the space, as well as offer to the audience something, somehow meaningful. 

"Untitled" presented striking kinetic, vocal, and visual experiences, both intimate and broadly political.

Interdisciplinary artist and improvisational poet Billy Mark and dancer/choreographers Joshua Bisset, Tzveta Kassabova and Laura Quattrocchi came together to create this dialogue in the emerging theatre space at Andy, which provided a broad visual landscape that allowed for the exploration of multiple artistic platforms.  

Internationally recognized percussionist and composer Stéphane Garin and dancer/theatre director Thierry Escarpment joined them in this premier performance. Set design was created in collaboration with Vince Mountain.

 

 

Contemporary dance performance 

Sept 6th at 8pm & Sept 8th at 4pm

Tix: $15 - buy online  here or at door

GIANTS, a work facilitated by Bailey Allshouse, is a culmination of a 4 month process with dancers; Rachel Andes, Britney Birr, and Shannon White. The work supplies opportunity for discovering delicacy in both structure and bodily form, while it's construct is a rotating landscape that depicts different worlds of primitivity. The work then serves as a playscape for the artists to explore their biggest, strongest, fastest, as well as quietest selves.

Parking: Park in fenced lot on Parkside and Fenkell or on Fenkell St. Avoid parking in front of residents homes on Parkside.

 

For more information visit ballshouseprojects.org

Fenkell: Unknown Treasures

Open Sat Sept 15, 2018 6:30-9:30pm for the

Focus on Detroit Photo Festival

Curated by Donna Jackson.

an exhibition about the historical street of Fenkell and the beauty and complexities of its people, experiences, textures, emotions and activity. Join us in celebrating this city and neighborhood with local photographers from the Fenkell community and from Metro-Detroit.

 

Fenkell: Unknown Treasures is curated by Donna Jackson of DMJStudio and produced by DMJStudio and Andy.

Donna Jackson grew up in this neighborhood.

Participating Artists: Faye Gibson,Tap Peoples,Tim Tonachella, J Cross
Ralph Jones, Danny Rebb, Venti Veldez,

Light Installation and interviews by Joshua Bisset

Bucket Installation: Laura Quattrocchi