New City Stage Recommends Ghost Skirts

“Preview: Ghost Skirts/Victoria Bradford, Jessica Cornish & Lia Kohl,” Michael Workman, New City, November 11, 2015. http://www.newcitystage.com/2015/11/11/preview-ghost-skirtsvictoria-bradford/#more-36025

New City’s Best of Chicago…

Best ongoing improvisational dance project / As a featured artist at High Concept Labs in the Mana Contemporary Art Center, Victoria Bradford’s Neighborhood Dances project is perhaps one of the most original, rigorous and thought-provoking long-term dance projects in the city. Begun out of the necessity for dance performance space while staying with her parents, Ms. Bradford used first their garage, then the neighbor’s yard, and eventually began cataloging the locations as a mapping project. Over time, she expanded the effort to a daily practice, complete with catalogs of movements, and has recently expanded even further by enlisting other dancers …

Building Blocks: Dancing the City – Moving Through Non-Traditional Spaces

Monday, November 2 at 6:30pm – 8:30pm Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E Washington St, Chicago, Illinois 60602 The FREE Building Blocks series, presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events in conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Biennial, brings together an exciting mix of artists, makers and thinkers to explore ideas around and beyond the built environment as well as notions of what constitutes place – literally and figuratively, physically and virtually – in their work. For “Moving Through Non-Traditional Spaces,” local choreographers and dancers Victoria Bradford, currently creating a dance each day through her Neighborhood Dances project, Carron Little, founder …

Chicago Gallery News on Chicago Artists Month

Chicago Artists Month 2015 – The City as Studio October 16, 2015 BY MARY DEYOEHouse music, quilting, collaborative dance performances and architectural model-making are just a handful of the art forms you may experience during Chicago Artists Month. While there is no shortage of arts to discover throughout the year, what CAM has continued to do well for the past 20 years is draw our attention to neighborhoods, artists, and art forms with which we may be less familiar. “CAM seems to encourage a flurry of artistic production on top of what’s already happening in Chicago,” said CAM Featured Artist …