Above: Xandra Ibarra's, A View from outside the Cube, presented by HMD's 2016 Bridge Project, Photo Margo Moritz.
Bridge Project and SFMOMA’s Open Space co-present, Inherited Bodies (2019)
Bridge Project 2019: Signals from the West: Bay Area Artists in Conversation with Merce Cunningham at 100
Community Engagement Residency 2018, Video footage from the September 20 Dancing Around Race public gathering
Bridge Project 2018: Post Show Discussion
Bridge Project 2017: "dance of darkness: a performance, a conversation, a rehearsal for the future" boychild/Jack Halberstam
Bridge Project 2016: Locus Solo 3 minute version (nominated for an Izzie for Best Reconstruction)
Bridge Project 2016: Ten Artists Respond to "Locus" (highlights)
2016 Bridge Project: Public Talk by Diane Madden
2016 Bridge Project: Ten Artists Respond to "Locus"
Community salon portion of Reorganizing Ourselves, presented by Hope Mohr Dance's 2015 Bridge Project: Rewriting Dance. Reorganizing Ourselves consisted of performative lectures by choreographer Deborah Hay and philosopher Alva Noë discussing perception, consciousness, and the links between art and science. The program concluded with this salon-style discussion with audience members, facilitated by dance curator Michèle Steinwald.
Bridge Project 2014: Highlights
For the fifth anniversary of its Bridge Project, Hope Mohr Dance, in association with the Joe Goode Annex, presented Have We Come A Long Way, Baby?, a program dedicated to the West Coast post-modern dance lineage. In addition to performances, programming included this panel discussion on the relationship of dance history to contemporary work moderated by Stanford University dance historian Dr. Janice Ross in conversation with Anna Halprin, Simone Forti, and Hope Mohr. Sept. 27, 2014 at the Joe Goode Annex, San Francisco.
Bridge Project 2014: Post-show Discussion, Stanford University dance historian Dr. Janice Ross in conversation with Anna Halprin, Simone Forti, and Hope Mohr.