Nov 06

Arcadia University to Feature Art Exhibit & Special Performance: Order Out of Chaos

Arcadia University’s ARC Exhibition Program is pleased to present Band of Artists: Spectrum Order Disorder in the Commons Art Gallery and the Great Room lobby through Feb. 8, 2015.

Learn more about the exhibit at The Bulletin.

Oct 19

First Person Arts of Another Kind: Order Out of Chaos

Band of Artists is excited to announce its latest show, Order Out of Chaos!  Although it is not officially part of Philadelphia’s 2014 First Person Arts Festival, we are proud of our latest dance production. Come find out first-hand how chaos can lead to order.

When:

Where:

Meetinghouse Theatre
Philadelphia’s Community Education Center
3500 Lancaster Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Tickets:

Eventbrite (http://www.eventbrite.com/o/band-of-artists-7583830791?s=30100185)

 

Apr 20

Creative Hand Exhibition to Feature a Special Performance of Tourettes: A Dancing Disorder!

Creative Hand exhibition program:
58 T Special Dance Performance and Presentation

Band of Artists presents “Tourettes: A Dancing Disorder”

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Thursday, May 30, 7 to 8:30 pm
Edgar N. Putman Event Pavilion
The James A. Michener Art Museum
138 S. Pine St. · Doylestown, PA 18901

Free with museum admission. Seating is limited; advance registration required.

Please call 215-340-9800 to reserve tickets.

Museum galleries will be open until 9 pm.

 

Apr 03

Tourettes: A Dancing Disorder to be performed at Abington Memorial Hospital!

Explore Tourette’s syndrome through dance and music with Band of Artists dance team led by Sutie Madison and musician Stephen DiJoseph. Learn the history, causes, diagnosis and treatments of Tourette’s syndrome presented by James Cook, MD, Neurologist. This entertaining performance and informative lecture will unveil Tourette’s syndrome and reveal its creative intelligence. Co-sponsored by The Neurosciences Institute at Abington Memorial Hospital and Penn State Abington.

date: Friday, April 12
time: 7:30 to 9 PM
location: Penn State Abington
Sutherland Auditorium
1600 Woodland Road, Abington

fee: $15
No fee for Penn State Abington students
to register: 215-481-2204, Community Health Services or online at http://www.amh.org/classesandevents/event-search-results-detail/?eventId=577cdd1a-758a-e211-8228-2c768a4e1b84 under classes and events

Click here for a downloadable flyer

Aug 03

Philly Live Arts/Fringe Tickets Now Available for Tourettes: A Dancing Disorder

Tickets for Tourettes: A Dancing Disorder, premiering at The Painted Bride Arts Center during the 2012 Philly Live Arts & Fringe Festival are now available!

Band of Artists is at the forefront of a movement being born that not only creates awareness about neurological disorders but also gives a powerful voice that inspires appreciation and admiration for people who are different. Comprised of a forward thinking group of performers and presenters, Band of Artists is putting a new spin on Tourette Syndrome. By combining art with scientific research, dance with lecture, they challenge and inspire people to take another look at their definitions of disability.

SHOWTIMES:

  • 8pm Friday Sept 7, 2012
  • 8pm Saturday Sept 8, 2012

LOCATION:

The Painted Bride Arts Center
230 Vine Street  Philadelphia PA 19106

Tickets can be purchased at the door, or online at: http://livearts-fringe.ticketleap.com/tourettes-a-dancing-disorder/

Aug 03

Tourettes: A Dancing Disorder to be Performed at Arcadia University

Arcadia University/Spruance Fine Arts Center Presents “Tourettes: A Dancing Disorder”

Through dance, live music, video, and science, Band of Artists explores the compelling and misinterpreted language of Tourette syndrome.

Showtimes:

  • 8pm Friday Sept 14, 2012
  • 8pm Saturday Sept 15, 2012

Location:

MainStage Theatre, Spruance Fine Arts Center
Arcadia University 450 S. Easton Road Glenside

Note: Advanced purchase tickets are recommended for this venue as limited seating is available.

Tickets can be purchased online at: http://livearts-fringe.ticketleap.com/tourettes-a-dancing-disorder/

May 08

Band of Artists Seeking Summer Intern

BE A PART OF THE MOVEMENT!

Band of Artists is currently seeking: Students who are looking for a summer internship (2012) in the disciplines of Theatre Production, Film, Radio, Dance and Movement Therapy, Choreography and Neurology/Behavioral Therapy. If you think you can make a difference and be part of our movement, please contact Band of Artists today. Please be sure to include in your message your background and how you feel Band of Artists can benefit from your efforts this summer.  Please include Resume/CV with your email. Band of artists is an open minded, inclusive bunch who are more interested in getting their message out there than with personal fame or glory. So don’t be shy. If you want to help spread the message and your heart is in the right place, chances are, they will welcome you with open arms!

Nov 25

Band of Artists Premieres Intersection: Tourette Syndrome in Philadelphia

At 8pm on Friday December 16, 2011 and Saturday December 17, 2011, The Meeting House Theatre at The Community Education Center will be hosting this unique performance.  Combining the intensity of dance with the compelling language and movement of Touretes will give an eye-opening perspective on the neurological disorder.

The evening’s lineup will include performances by Band of Artists with choreography by Sutie Madison and Philly’s hip hop all-stars Hannibal and Josh Culbreath, music by songwriter Steven Di Joseph and Peter Adams and a discussion led by neurologist James Cook, M.D. exploring and defining neurological disorders, disabilities, and more specifically: Tourette Syndrome (TS).

Tickets are on sale at the The Meeting House Theatre box office, as well as online at danceboxoffice.com.

For more information, please view our press release.