Simons Foundation Presents: A Space to Dance
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
What happens when the worlds of physics and dance collide? This past fall quantum physicist LaToya Anderson and choreographer Raja Feather Kelly embarked on a journey to find out.
The duo is part of the first cohort of Open Interval, which is a new partnership between Simons Foundation and Gibney, the New York City-based dance company, performing arts hub and social action incubator. The new residency program creates space for participants to explore the connections between science and dance. Through exchange, conversation, and collaboration, they are able gain insight into a new perspective and examine the basic elements of their practice.
Join Anderson and Kelly as they sit down with Elizabeth Simolke, program manager of Science, Society and Culture at the Simons Foundation, to share about their collaborative process and the exciting outcomes of their time spent in dialogue with one another.
To attend this in-person event, you will need to:
- Register in advance
- Provide valid photo ID upon entering the building
- Present your digital or printed Eventbrite ticket confirmation to Security upon arrival; make sure it is for the correct event and that the name on it matches your ID
By registering to attend this event, participants agree to follow the Simons Foundation Code of Conduct.
At this time, all guests at the Simons Foundation must be over the age of 18.
Please note that when you enter the Simons Foundation buildings, you are attesting that you are not experiencing COVID symptoms and are not knowingly positive for COVID.