Motus Dance Theatre is now officially the Indianapolis Movement Arts Collective (IMAC). We extend boundless gratitude to all who contributed to the rich history of Motus Dance Theatre, since its’ founding in 2003. This name change does not signify an ending but rather a natural transformation to an organization who will dedicate its time, energy and resources to supporting and connecting the Indianapolis community through shared movement experiences – because every human can dance. We invite you to come as you are and MOVE.
Out and About
Our administrative staff has some busy times ahead! Look and see all that we are doing…
Ongoing & Upcoming
Night Out Program – Continuing to cement our partnership with the Martin Luther King Center, Lauren Curry leads the Night Out program, which is generously funded by the GPD foundation and seeks to supplement the humanities learning in School 43, attended by most of the MLK students. Up to 10 students accompanied by a parent or guardian will attend 3 cultural events in Indianapolis, creating opportunities for child and adult to engage around the arts, think critically about what they see and engage in rich discussions.
Spotlight 2018: IMAC and NoExit performed an excerpt from Dinner: A Romance in 4 Courses, choreographed by Lauren Curry and performed by Bethany Wells Bak, Heidi Keller-Phillips, and Anna Hassler.
Photo Credit: Charles Borrowicz
Public House Cinema Screens Pina and two local dance films – On March 11, Public House Cinema, at IndyFringe. screened Pina and two short, locally produced dance films: one conceived and directed by local dance artist, and frequent IMAC guest teacher, Rebecca Pappas and one conceived and directed by IMAC Director of Development, Lauren Curry, both in collaboration with filmmakers Charles Borowicz and Trisha Borowicz of AnC Movies.
Art and Soul – We are so very proud of Director of Development Lauren Curry, who was named a Featured Artist for this year’s Art and Soul celebration, presented by the Arts Council of Indianapolis. The festival ran from January 27th to February 28, and featured a series of free performances at the Artsgarden. Lauren’s performance took place on February 8 at 12:15. If you missed it, you can still see Jillian Deam‘s engaging interview with Lauren for Fox59 News.