The MAX Effect - ART IN THE OPEN
MAX creates work relevant to our collective experiences,
having a profound and positive effect on practitioners, young emerging teen artists, and the surrounding community.
Summer Dance Exchange 2017
A T-MAX Company & T-MAX Project
Student "site-specific" Choreography
MAX Summer Dance Exchange at Bard College at Simon's Rock
Music: After the End of Time by Tom Baker Quartet-Save
Dancers: Juliet Coe, Silas Blacklow, Adelaide McFarland, Eliza Abrams, Ella Biancolo and Dorree Ndooki
Video by Andrea Blacklow
MAXFlash: Relay For Life 2017
Tribute to Cancer Survivors at Relay for Life 2017
MAX Teen & Community Dancers at Monument Mountain Regional High School in Great Barrington, MA
Relay For Life Coordinators Ray Gardino and Terri Andersen
Music by: "Fate Don't Know You" by Desi Valentine & "Feel the Love" by Rudimental
MAX Teen Company: Dance Film Project
Celebrate the Talent and Creativity: Teen Company Film Project
MAX's Teen Company worked on a site-specific project this Fall. Allowing the space to inspire them and crafted their own story. This Dance Film was completely produced by the Teen Company, from the choreography, to the filming, the editing and selecting the music, "Now There's That Fear Again" by Múm.
More Teen Project's to come! Be sure to stay up to date! Wouldn't want to miss the #MAXEffect!
MAXFlash: October 29, 2016
celebrate our community: #MAXFLASH FINAL REVEAL
#togetherwedance #intheberkshires #maxflash
Moving Arts Exchange in conjunction with LifeWorks Studio, partnered with Multicultural Bridge, CATA, and students from Monument Mountain Regional High School, to celebrate the diversity in our community in light of the recent events and evidence of racial tensions in our schools. On October 29th we brought the community together with a flash mob on Railroad Street and Church Street near the Great Barrington Farmer's Market.
Couldn't be there? There might be more #MAXFlash mobs to come!!!