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Inauguration Day in Mount Rainier, MD – What to Do, Where to Be.
After the election, a group of community members began to meet, searching for ways to strengthen the community to weather any impact by the new administration. Joe’s Movement Emporium was asked by this group to host an event on Inauguration night that would celebrate hope. Thus the Resilience Ball – A celebration of community strength and hope, was born. The volunteer-driven event grew fast. It has become apparent to us as we watch the ticket sales rocket past our expectations that this is a community that needs, loves and supports… ... Read More
Published on Thursday, January 19, 2017By neenajoe
Resilience Ball Details – Potluck, Parking & More!
Joe’s Movement Emporium is honored to host The Resilience Ball: A Community Celebration of Strength and Hope, organized by local community members, this coming Friday, January 20th from 6 – 11 pm. A very large audience is anticipated to attend the Resilience Ball. Together we can make this event low-impact to our neighbors. Here are some details: DRESS: Come as you Art!  Wear whatever makes you feel special, comfortable, and fits the occasion.  It’s not black tie.  POTLUCK: Bring food and beverages to share.  Plates, forks, napkins, etc. will be provided. VOLUNTEERS:  Please consider signing up for a two-hour volunteer… ... Read More
Published on Wednesday, January 18, 2017By neenajoe
CALL FOR ARTISTS: NextLOOK Series seeks Performing Artists with powerful Audience Engagement ideas
Deadline to apply: Friday, March 3, 2017 Are you a local performing artist who is interested in developing new work? Do you or your company want audience feedback on projects you are designing? Do you value input in your creative process? Apply to be a part of the 2017-2018 NextLOOK series! Download the full RFP to learn more about the NextLOOK series and its proposal requirements and to access the online proposal form. Decisions for the 2017-2018 NextLOOK season will be made in early April 2017. About NextLOOK Established in… ... Read More
Published on Wednesday, January 18, 2017By neenajoe
Civil Disobedience – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised!
  Taratibu Youth Association’s hard-hitting statement about protest, resistance, and resilience makes a statement this Black History Month Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 4 pm, Joe’s Movement Emporium resident artist company Taratibu Youth Association (TYA) brings their hour and 45-minute-long show premiers at THEARC Theater. This celebration TYA’s 10th anniversary pays tribute to the struggles of South Africa, Haiti, Cuba, Guinea and here in the United States. General Tickets are $20, Premium Tickets $25, and a box $40. THEARC Theater is located at 1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE Washington, DC 20020.… ... Read More
Published on Wednesday, January 11, 2017By neenajoe
MELT Method Returns to Joe’s – Monthly Workshops
Joe’s Movement Emporium is thrilled to welcome back Amy Liss for a 6-month workshop series featuring the incredible MELT Method®. The workshops are $30/person to drop in and each workshop has a cap of only 20 people so it is recommended to register in advance. See below for workshop details and dates. All workshops require no previous experience and equipment will be provided for all attendees use during workshop. Kits and DVDs will be sold at the workshop. About the MELT Method The MELT Method® is a simple self-treatment technique that eliminates… ... Read More
Published on Monday, January 9, 2017By neenajoe
Artists! Deepen your Creative Connection with your Audience
Margot Greenlee of BodyWise Dance at Joe’s Movement Emporium during her NextLOOK presentation What does true exchange and engagement between an artist and an audience look like, and how can artists incorporate audience feedback into their creative process in a robust way? Join The Clarice and Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mount Rainier, MD on Tuesday, January 24th at 7 pm to hear from the creative minds behind BodyWise Dance, Flying V and Afro House. Representatives from each artist group will explain how they bettered their work through the process of audience… ... Read More
Published on Sunday, January 8, 2017By neenajoe
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Resilience Ball – A celebration of community, strength and hope
Join the community of Mount Rainier, Maryland to celebrate our community standing together in strength & inclusivity no matter whom we call president. Activities and artists include: Community Sing with guests The McKindley-Ward Family, Sam McCormley & Rachel Lord, Juan Hernandez, Cindy Lapp Music by The Wild Anacostians DJ Pledge Board Art Project African drum circle Special Speakers & more Ticket levels: $10 general admission, youth 18 and under are free $15 donation to local nonprofit serving community [TBD] $5 donation for children’s activities ages 2-12, with funds supporting Little Friends… ... Read More
Published on Friday, January 6, 2017By neenajoe
Why work out with a group  when you can do it alone?
Three words: motivation, accountability and camaraderie Dance, yoga, martial arts and other forms of movement are enjoyable and effective tools for wellness. They have the benfit of being done to a podcast or youtube video in the comfort of your living room – so why sign up for a class? The most effective way to develop long-term fitness habits and protect yourself from injury is to commit to a structured class where expert demonstrations of technique and the dynamic environment provided by moving with a group provides the structure and… ... Read More
Published on Tuesday, January 3, 2017By neenajoe
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