Artistry that is powerful and making an impact.
This is a central component which describes the presence and energy of the works of T Lang Dance. Ranging from the company's piece for the birthday celebration for Reverend Joseph E. Lowery, to their 2012 performance of Mother Mutha, the Atlanta-based dance company consistently brings creative "cutting-edge" performances grounded in contemporary dance.
As the company gears for its forthcoming (June 2014) production, fans and lovers of the arts, dance, and a quality evening out are afforded an opportunity to not only partake of the company's forthcoming production, but lend support for their creative efforts.
On Friday, November 8th (from 8-11pm), the company is hosting an event at ZuCot Gallery. Shorter excepts of the company's forthcoming production Post Up are part of the performances of the evening, but there's more to the event than just taking in the arts.
"It's a way in which patrons and lovers of the arts and dance are able to be more immersed and in the creative process", notes company director, T. Lang.
Those in attendance are able to meet and greet with the company dancers and board in learning more of the company's artistic vision and creative story. With a backdrop featuring a live DJ, complimentary beverages, and appetizers, it promises to be a great night out and way to kickoff the weekend. Likewise, through the company's 20/20 club and other programs, those in attendance are afforded the opportunity to lend direct support for the dance company's creative endeavors.
Support for the arts provides a unique means to encourage and enrich the lives of those in a given community. In Atlanta and the immediate community, T Lang Dance is doing its part to share its vision and story (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) through performances, workshops, and other related programming to foster and enhance the standing of the dance community.
It's time to post up...