2014

January 5 - February 1

Captiva Island, FL (US) Artist-in-residence at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
February 23 - May 28 Austin, TX (US)

Perception Unfolds: Looking at Deborah Hay’s Dance. Exhibition at the Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin

March 1 -16 North Carlton, Victoria (AUS) After having led her Solo Performance Commissioning Project in 2010, Dancehouse is inviting Deborah Hay back to Melbourne. Deborah will teach Dancehouse's 2014 LEARNING CURVE program (a 1-week workshop matching dancers with established artists in a concentrated and intimate studio experience). Deborah will also present the performative lecture 'a continuity of discontinuity' and start discussions and auditions for a new piece to be made in Melbourne in 2015.
More information at http://dancehouse.com.au/development/training/trainingdetails.php?id=136 - info@dancehouse.com.au # : +61 3 9347 2860
April 3 Austin, TX

Deborah Hay will conduct a tour of her installation A Continuity of Discontinuity at the Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin

April 9 Riverside, CA (US)

“Turn Your F*^king Head.” Deborah Hay returns to the University of California, Riverside where she has several times performed and visited as a guest artist over the past 20 years. She will screen this new documentary work by British filmmaker Becky Edmunds. Time to be announced. ARTS 166 -Performance Lab, University of California, Riverside, 900 University Ave, Riverside CA 92521.For information contact Wendy Rogers wendy.rogers@ucr.edu

 

April 19 Austin, TX

A 3-part seminar on Perception and Consciousness that combines Deborah Hay’s performative lecture “A Continuity of Discontinuity” followed by Alve Noë’s “Strange Tools” (working title) and concludes with a participatory salon-style discussion with Hay, Noë and any/all participating audience members, facilitated by dance curator Michèle Steinwald. 1:00 to 4:00 at the Blanton Museum of Art

 

September 8 -12 London, UK

Workshop: Doing With Less, even more movement and performance options
It is what I cannot name or point at in watching dance that keeps me interested in dance. My choreography is embedded with invisible directives that invite the performer to constantly be in the act of reorganizing herself. What is it like to participate in choreography that has very little to do with movement? Is there music in the silence of dancing? Is it possible to see the balance between the impossibility of doing a movement ‘right’ and the thrill from not being asked to? We play in this dance.
Siobhan Davies Studios 85 St. George’s Road London SE1 6ER Contact: info@independentdance.co

September 15 - October 3 Montpelier, FR Master ex. e. r. ce, Residency
October 6 - 10 Paris, FR

Masterclass: Doing With Less, even more movement and performance options
It is what I cannot name or point at in watching dance that keeps me interested in dance. My choreography is embedded with invisible directives that invite the performer to constantly be in the act of reorganizing herself. What is it like to participate in choreography that has very little to do with movement? Is there music in the silence of dancing? Is it possible to see the balance between the impossibility of doing a movement ‘right’ and the thrill from not being asked to? We play in this dance.
Atelier de Paris - Carolyn Carlson information 01 417 417 0
www.atelierdeparis.org

November 3 New Haven, CT (US)

Reorganizing Ourselves, a seminar with Deborah Hay, Alva Noe, and Michele Steinwald. Yale School of Art, 36 Edgewood Avenue, Room 204. Open to the public and free of charge. For more information: (203) 432 2600
Additional sponsorship for the Yale presentation of this exhibition and for the accompanying panel has been provided by an anonymous donor.

2015

January 15 - February 6

Los Angeles, CA (US) Artist-in-residence. Deborah Hay: Re-Writing the Language of Dance, CAP/UCLA
February 4 Los Angeles, CA (US) “Turn Your F*^king Head” by British filmmaker Becky Edmunds at 7:30 at the Gallery on 356 S. Mission Road.
March 23-27 Helsinki (FI)

Workshop in Helsinki

March 26 Helsinki (FI)

Performative Talk: A Continuity of Discontinuity at the Theater Academy of the University of the Arts, Helsinki. For more information, please email Rita Heino at Rita.heino@uniarts.fi

March 30 Stockholm (SE) Performative Talk: A Continuity of Discontinuity at DOCH-Stockholm University of the Arts. For more information, please contact Anna Grip at anna.grip@uniarts.se
April 15 New York, NY (USA)

Laurie Anderson and Deborah Hay at NY Live Arts. Details TBA

September 25 Stockholm (SE) World Premiere: Figure a Sea - A collaboration between Deborah Hay and Laurie Anderson. At Dansen Hus, main stage. For more details please click here