RoseAnne Spradlin premiered her highly anticipated commissioned work “Y” at New York Live Arts in New York City. The work opened on September 27, 2018 and ran for for six performances over two weeks. “Y” was performed by Ainesh Madan, Annie Heath, Athena Malloy, Claire Westby, Connor Voss, Doug LeCours, EmmaGrace Skove-Epes and Thomas Welsh-Higgens. The live score was created by Glen Fogel and Ben Manley; lighting was designed by Roderick Murray; costumes were created by Connor Voss. Thanks to all the artists who participated in the creation of “Y” and thanks to all the audience members who came out for the show! Thank you, New York Live Arts!
RoseAnne Spradlin named 2017-18 Randjelovic/Stryker Resident Commissioned Artist at New York Live Arts
RoseAnne Spradlin has been named New York Live Arts' 2017-2018 Randjelovic/Stryker Resident Commissioned Artist at New York Live Arts in New York City. Spradlin will receive a salary during her two-year appointment plus a commission to create a new work to premier at Live Arts in Fall 2018. RoseAnne will receive studio hours at Live Arts each year of her residency plus career guidance and assistance with all aspects of her professional artistic activities.
Dancers Asli Bulbul, Connor Voss and Kayvon Pourazar in RoseAnne Spradlin's 'X' in New York Quadrille, a festival of work curated by Lar Lubovitch. The sound score for X is by Glen Fogel; lighting is by Joe Levasseur; costumes by Connor Voss. For booking info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Read the reviews: Press
Maria Hassabi wins a 2016 Bessie Award for Outstanding Choreography for PLASTIC, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City; Congratulations Maria!
RoseAnne was one of more than a dozen performers populating the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in Feb/March 2016 for Maria Hassabi's PLASTIC.
The two-hour solo performed by RoseAnne and others took place on and around a sofa located in the Museum's Atrium. Ten different dancers shared the solo and performed continuously for a month during the Museum's open hours. Other dancers performed across the Atrium's walkway and up and down two staircases during open hours six days out of each week.
Above: the banner image of RoseAnne rehearsing in the Atrium is a screen shot capture from ARTFORUM's video interview with Maria a few days before the opening.
Congratulations and Thank You to Maria Hassabi; Thank you to MOMA & staff and to all the performers involved in the production.
Choreographer RoseAnne Spradlin has been named Director of a new low residency MFA program in Choreography and Visual Arts at Wilson College in Chambersburg, PA. The two-year program's first MFA class, with students coming from Pennsylvania, Arizona, New York City and Paris, France, met for the month of July 2015 on the Wilson campus. Online courses and home-area mentoring continue throughout the year.
"The new job allows me to develop my interest in somatics and body-mind studies while deepening my personal investigation of choreography and the visual arts. I love working with younger artists and providing short-term job opportunities for other artists I admire. The MFA hosts at Wilson are great people with open minds; the campus is quiet and green; we more or less take over the place for the month of July; the first summer was full of surprise and wonder (and great dinners by Paula!)" - RA
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