March 16, 2021 from 6 - 7pm CST. This is a free event held via Zoom.

What does a Dance/Science collaboration look like? A case study using Gneiss as inspiration.

Join us for an hour of venture discussing the possibilities of collaboration between dance artists and scientists. We will check out a case study between Analog Dance Works and UMN Outreach Through Science and Art Group (OSA) on the beginnings of a new choreographic work about Gneiss rocks, then open the floor to discuss other possibilities. Bring your ideas, your experience, and your curiosity!

To get the Zoom link, please register here:

Analog Dance Works is offering monthly Contemporary Dance workshops for Advanced/professional dancers ages 18+. March will be held IN PERSON!

March workshop: 4 - 5:30pm Friday, March 26, 2021 
at the Threads Dance Nexus | 2213 Snelling Avenue, Ste #100, Minneapolis, MN, 55045

These workshops are designed for the advanced/professional dancer of any discipline and background. The class explores technical and performance skills through imagery, spatial orientation, and detailed use of the kinesphere. We will also visit new phrase work for Brenna's new work, developing in collaboration with UMN's Outreach for Science and Art Group.

The Threads Dance Nexus provides a free parking lot, has free street parking, is a two minute walk from the Franklin Light Rail Station, as well as a 2-5 minute walk from the nearest bus stops for lines 2, 9, 22, and 67. 

Class size is limited to 9! So contact us in advance to reserve your spot. Masks are required inside the Nexus building, and be ready to sanitize your feet.

Suggested price is a sliding scale of $5-$15. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Email Brenna at to reserve your spot and to get the Zoom link. Pay via Venmo @Brenna-Mosser or donate to Analog's GiveMN page. All are welcome here.

Reservation deadline: 1 hour before workshop begins.

This workshop series is made possible by our generous individual donors. Find out how to become one today by clicking here.
Tellus: Analog Dance Works' Inaugural Evening of Dance
 May, 2022

Stay tuned for more information.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
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