7:00PM VIP reception/ 8:00 General Admission doors
$20 VIP including complimentary drink appetizers, and artist rehearsal reception
$12 General Admission, performance and artist talk only
Multi-Media performance like you've never seen! Carbon Mirage plays a live set while Bryce Dance Company dances and The Human Canvas paints on live models.
Come join us for an evening of art, conversation and drinks while learning more about this exciting new multi-media collaboration!
At 7PM, the night begins wiht the VIP hour where specials guests will enjoy an insider's look at rehearsal and conversations with the artists- while enjoying a complimentary drink and appetizers.
At 8PM, the night begins for the all the public. The event will begin with the artist sharing and answering questions from the audience followed by their group performance.
The completed full-length multi-media performance piece will premiere in spring 2016 and tour Nationally and Internationally beginning fall 2016.
"Diverge" is based on our relationship to each other and to nature in a digital age. Utilizing multiple artistic forms (dance, music and visual art) the work will explore the walls we build that separate us from each other and will ask us to consider how we can maintain empathy and personal connection in a time that seems to encourage disconnection and multi-tasking. All proceeds from this event will be directed towards the development of this new and innovative performance piece.
Bryce Dance Company is a professional contemporary dance company based in Brooklyn, NY under the direction of Heather Bryce. Bryce Dance Company has been presented at Theaters, Galleries and Festivals across New England, New York and beyond. Artistic Director and Founder of the company, Heather Bryce has received awards and grand funding for her innovative, community-engaged choreography and performance work. For more information visit
NY City Based - Carbon Mirage - is no stranger to cross-pollination in the arts. Members of the jazz/rock trio have worked with live improvised choreography, film scoring, visual arts, and more. Over the last two and a half years, the band has released three albums, two music videos, and launched various tours throughout the East Coast.
The Human Canvas is a visual artist captured on a live canvas. Kadina Dinash (founder of The Human Canvas) moved to Vermont in the late 1990's with her family as a refugee after the war in Bosnia ended. The Human Canvas (THC) has performed at numerous events across New England and beyond. Credits include HBO's series "Girls".