We mentioned before about the series of interviews that Diego Agulló conducted in 2016 with various people connected to dance, choreography, movement, and performance, in Berlin and nearby.
As part of that series, Diego also talked to Stephanie Maher, in the valley at Ponderosa, about all kinds of questions related to community, art, exploration, decision-making, personal beliefs, and more.
Stephanie is one of the facilitators — alongside Peter Pleyer and Maria F. Scaroni — of the second module of P.O.R.C.H., in August — the P.O.R.C.H. Performance and Choreographic Synthesis Module. And, she will also be one of the teachers in the first P.O.R.C.H. module, in June — the P.O.R.C.H. Improvisation and Training Module, facilitated by Kathleen Hermesdorf.
There are a couple of remaining places available for both modules (and for the full-season immersion of the P.O.R.C.H. Summer Package), so if you’re curious about some of the sorts of ideas that Steph is talking about here — and much more besides — then send along a CV and a letter of interest, and jump on in.
The full interview is right here, and it’s totally fascinating. 🌺
The Ponderosa Blog is an ongoing experiment in putting one foot in front of the other, and one word after another, to transfer ideas in ones and zeroes to minds around the world and beyond. A rumble from a ruined speaker to maybe bring the gov’t. down, one sorry heart at a time. xo