The Present Perfect: The Present Perfect Weekend

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  1. Gus_Xavier_Marlotte_3daywknd2010

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    Oliver herring performance Art21's group Performed by Agustin, Xavier and Marlotte on the Island of Brehat, in Brittany, France on june 21, 2010. First of summer, a monday.

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    • Laura, Brooke, Stephanie - Present Perfect Weekend

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      Laura, Brooke and Stephanie joined Art21 in front of the Brooklyn Museum to film their version of Oliver Herring's "3 Day Weekend" choreography. Professional training isn't necessary…

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      • Simple Steps for Two

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        Same 3 moves repeat 3-4 times, for the dance-challenged!

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        • INSTRUCTIONS Harari Present Perfect: Jane, Jillian, Lily, Maia H & Maia G

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          WEST COAST response to Present Perfect Three Day Weekend. Follow along with Angelino dancers performing choreography by Maia Harari. long version here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfiGmz_ivOY

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          • EXAMPLE Harari Present Perfect: Jane, Jillian, Lily, Maia H & Maia G

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            from lily simonson Added 37 1 0

            WEST COAST response to Present Perfect Three Day Weekend. Follow along with Angelino dancers performing choreography by Maia Harari. long version here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfiGmz_ivOY

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            • Ronny - Present Perfect Weekend

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              You don't need to be a professionally trained dancer to perform. You don't even need to be human. Ronny and his marionette performed for the Art21 camera at Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza…

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              • Melody, Marc, Victoria - Present Perfect Weekend

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                Oliver Herring's seed choreography has been reinterpreted and reperformed many times but not as many as the "Macarena." Melody, Marc and Victoria channel this mid-90s dance move in…

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                • John O and Davis Dance, "Rub You the Right Way" by Johnny Gill, 1990

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                  John O and Davis Dance, "Rub You the Right Way" by Johnny Gill, 1990. New choreography for Oliver Herring.

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                  • How to CHERYL

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                    CHERYL the dance party that will ruin your life is a performance and video collective based in Brooklyn NY. Here we present our first video, "How to CHERYL", the video that started a DANCE…

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                    • Vera - Present Perfect Weekend

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                      Vera turned the tables on Oliver Herring and put her own choreography to Prokofiev's music. You can do the same by uploading a video and adding it to this Vimeo group.

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                      • University Galleries Present Perfect

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                        A combination of Oliver Herring-inspired choreography and collaborative fun! Responding to Oliver Herring’s Three Day Weekend ‘seed choreography’, staff and students at Illinois…

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                        The Present Perfect: The Present Perfect Weekend

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                        Submissions open through Monday, June 21st, 11:59 p.m. EST

                        Oliver Herring’s "Three Day Weekend" harnesses the power of collaboration, spontaneity, movement and play to widen the definition of performer and performance. As the starting point for each performance, Oliver creates a series of phrased movements to challenge untrained performers to step away from their daily lives and to express themselves creatively through dance. With each new location and set of performers, the work evolves differently, all originating from the source of inspiration yet yielding wildly diverse performances.

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                        Submissions open through Monday, June 21st, 11:59 p.m. EST

                        Oliver Herring’s "Three Day Weekend" harnesses the power of collaboration, spontaneity, movement and play to widen the definition of performer and performance. As the starting point for each performance, Oliver creates a series of phrased movements to challenge untrained performers to step away from their daily lives and to express themselves creatively through dance. With each new location and set of performers, the work evolves differently, all originating from the source of inspiration yet yielding wildly diverse performances.

                        This challenge is now being passed to you as part of The Present Perfect with Art21.

                        Turn the tables on Oliver and challenge him to perform your choreography! Film an original dance and Art21 will select choreography for Oliver, Laurie Simmons and on-site volunteers to perform during The Present Perfect with Art21 on June 23rd, online at PBS.org and in person at the 92YTribeca in New York City.

                        Participate in the related group for Three Day Weekend:
                        The Present Perfect: Three Day Weekend

                        Learn more about the event and review the terms for submissions at: art21.org/thepresentperfect

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