L.A. DANCE PROJECT
 
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MARFA DANCE EPISODES:

A series of site specific dances created in response to the Chinati Foundation's permanent collection.

Supported by a partnership with Periscope and with the generous assistance of Van Cleef & Arpels.

 

 

 

 

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LADP + 2245     

2018 SEASON COMING SOON

LADP's new home 2245 e. Washington will host a series of performances, workshops, and classes in 2018.

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The first workout designed by dancers to connect movement and mind, lift your spirits and help you achieve a powerful, leaner and more elegant body.

                                                   #danceitout

 
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EMMA PORTNER

LADP : Artist-In-Residence

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VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

IS PROUD TO SUPPORT L.A. DANCE PROJECT

VAN CLEEF & ARPELS has a long-standing relationship with the world of dance, music, and art. In 1967, George Balanchine, founder of the New York City Ballet, where Benjamin Millepied was a long time principal dancer, met Claude Arpels.  This meeting turned into a life-long friendship which climaxed with the creation of the ballet "Gems" inspired by the rubies, emeralds, and diamonds of Van Cleef & Arpels' jewelry.  Since that time, the maison has continued to support the art of dance through special performances, projects, and educational programming.

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