AXIS is excited to offer mind-opening assembly performances and dance workshops for grades K-12. The programs showcase innovative, contemporary choreography and emphasize collaboration among disabled, non-disabled and neurodiverse people.
The Student Matinée Series at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts transport students into a world of imagination, cultivating a love for theater, dance, and music by attending one of their student matinees on their performing arts campus. For our upcoming tour to Wallis, we are excited to provide K-5 students with the exciting experience of enjoying a live AXIS performance.
AXIS invites disabled and/or neurodiverse choreographers to apply to our 2024 Choreo-Lab Fellowship. The Lab offers an inclusive environment where established, disabled artists mentor their peers to challenge boundaries and create perception changing art. During the Lab participants will be led through a creation process stemming from their own concept, collaborating with an integrated group of performers including AXIS dancers and professional dancers from the local community. The Lab provides studio space, dancers, and administrative support for every choreographer. This opportunity also includes ongoing mentorship and professional development support in the year following the Lab.