JULIANNE CARIÑO + JUSTINE FARHI – dance
Live @ BRACKISH #26: 2/21/2019
Doors @ 7:30PM
Performances start at 8PM sharp!
Julianne Cariño is a Brooklyn-based, interdisciplinary movement artist. She confronts the tension and beauty of the indigenous body through performance and somatic inquiry. Julianne’s choreographic work is centered in the excavation of ancestral patterning and wisdom. Channeling this divine resource has cultivated immense healing within her and throughout her communities. Julianne has premiered her work at Dixon Place, Jennifer Muller/The Works, Bates Dance Festival, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, 92Y Harkness Dance Center, and Earthdance Creative Living Project. She has had the pleasure of performing professionally in the work of Kimberly Tate/Akim Funk Buddha, Camilo Godoy, Donna Costello, Noah Harharah, Trina Mannino, and Netta Yerushalmy as part of a repertory course at the American Dance Festival.
@jln.c Photos by Anastasiia Chorna
Justine Farhi is a Brooklyn-based choreographer. She has studied Modern, Ballet, Gaga, Bikram yoga, and Improvisation. Her base is in release technique and she explores the dynamics of weightedness as a vehicle of momentum and flow in her practice. Her independent and collaborative works have been showcased at Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Bates College, Hollins University, and 92Y Harkness Center. Currently, she is a student at Hunter College pursuing a BA in Dance, expected graduate of 2021.
( Fake fur) will be in Jackson heights tom with Erick Kurimski, singing & playing music from Peru, Brasil, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia and Cuba with my baby drums and Erick loop pedal, please come say hi if you are around, food is awesome would be great to see some friends :) #latinamericanmusic#singing&playing #womenpercussionists#livemusicnyc
Dance-tastic Brackish coming your way this Thurs !! 🕗 Thu 2/21 8PM sharp at 304 Bond St, Brooklyn (St Lydia’s Dinner Church). F/G to Carroll, R to Union.
Brackish - music & arts is a monthly multi-disciplinary concert series curated by Angela Morris, Stella Zhong, and stevie may.
Monthly on Thursdays at Saint Lydia's - 304 Bond St., Brooklyn NY
performances 8pm-10pm sharp $10-20 suggested donation -
no one turned away for lack of $
St. Lydia’s has two steps to the front door and an accessible bathroom. A removable ramp to the front door works with most wheelchairs; it takes a couple minutes to set up. Feel free to message Angela Morris for more info.
Brackish – music & art is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC). #experimentalmusic#improvisedmusic#concertseries#livemusicnyc#livemusicbrooklyn#gowanus#diy#dance#experimentaldance#dancenyc
Hey guys, if you plan on going to my show this Saturday, it will be held at 358 w 44th st, nyc and it will be at the Poducers club in the Sonnet Theater ✨ DM me if you’re going so I can tell them how many to expect!!