FANTASTIC-ACTION Sunday, August 14 from 6:30pm – 8:00pm

 This class is FREE to attend. Water and other drinks and snacks will be provided.

home school is joyous to announce the second session of our first class of second semester: FANTASTIC-ACTION, given by Allie Hankins of Physical Education.

FANTASTIC-ACTION is an ALL-LEVELS movement/embodiment event. We will breathe, vocalize, bounce, sweat, push, rest, DANCE, and work as individuals, partners, and as a group in actions that help us access the pleasure of effort, and all of the ridiculous delights of having a body. Dynamic music buoys us through our fatigue and steers us to an empowering transcendent climax.

Allik Hankins and dancers at FLOCK

Allie Hankins leads dancers in group work at Flock, in N Portland.

Allie Hankins is a Portland-based performer who makes works that toy with the destabilization of persona through uncanny physicality, layered imagery, and a biting wit all while trying to suppress her contentious eagerness to please. Her current collaborators include Physical Education (Lu Yim, keyon gaskin, and Taka Yamamoto), Rachael Dichter (SF), Morgan Ritter, Rose Mackey, and Maggie Heath. Most recently, Hankins has performed with Julien Prévieux (Paris), Morgan Thorson (Minneapolis), Tahni Holt, and Suniti Dernovsek. She has been an Artist in Residence at the Djerassi Resident Artist Program, the Robert Rauschenberg Residency, and the New Expressive Works Residency at Studio 2.

Sunday, July 17, 2016 from 5:45pm – 7:45pm

TakahiroYamamotoClass description
Through physical, vocal and awareness exercises, this class explore what it feels like to have “voice” in daily life and to experience physical presence in the space. These abstract notions will be discussed as a group in relationship to the exercises. Wear comfortable clothing. We’ll also work barefoot.

Teacher bio
Portland based Physical Education (P.E.) is comprised of dance and performance artists keyon gaskin, Allie Hankins, Lu Lee Yim and Takahiro Yamamoto. Their motivation is to inspire critical dialogue between individuals of varying mediums or artistic practices (INCLUDING NO ARTISTIC PRACTICE), while deepening their connection to performance and their sense of embodiment.

This event is FREE and open to the public.

Sunday, March 20th, 5:00 – 7:00 pm

milk work

Help us welcome the first session of Mom Art, Victoria Anne Reis’ class for the first semester of home school. Work with/thru Mom Art, a counterpart to Pop Art, looking at/thinking about the mom, the mom-like, and the mom-adjacent in the art world. home school is a free pop-up art school here in Portland which honors the casual rigor of the etymology of ‘school,’ from Greek ‘shkole’ meaning leisure, idleness, rest. In collaboration with interested spaces as well as online, they offer welcoming contexts for critical engagement with contemporary art and its issues.

See the working syllabus/links 2 readings/course materials here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KPTVIYuWB7O4kmTSVswWGqDUNWNjuIeHUUuSrTSQ30Y/pub

 

Thanks to a generous grant from the Precipice Fund admission is FREE.