Ivy Chow Movement Project (I.C. Movement Project) is a contemporary ballet company motivated to tell truths through the use of professional dancers, designers and artists. Led by Artistic Director and choreographer, Ivy Chow to join the ranks of female choreographic voices. Designed to be project based in the ever transient city of Washington, D.C. As an advocate for the voice of women in the arts, I.C. Movement Project takes advantage of being in the nation’s capital to transcend ideas into action.
The mission is to share and educate audiences on the empowering expression of dance that will enrich diverse audiences in the greater Washington, DC area.
"Chow understands dance and the the power it has as an art form."
Raquel Lake from DC Dance Journalism
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."
BE A PART OF THE CHANGE
ETERNALLY GRATEFUL TO EVERYONE WHOM HAS DONATED
Ministry of Culture, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Taiwan Academy, TECRO
Mii Y Too
ICMP would not be here if it weren't for:
Yie & Margaret Chien
Peipei & Ming Chow
Marci & James Chow
Jill & Donnie Gross
GPB Soccer LLC
Helena & John Kuo
Chantale D Lamitte
Carrie I Lin
National Performing Arts Funding Exchange
Mii Y Too
Susan & Bob Woolfitt
I.C. Movement Project is fiscally sponsored by CityDance, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Dancers in past projects
Interested in Dancing for
I.C. Movement project?
Sunday, November 11, 2018
4435 Wisconsin Ave
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Looking for professional classically and contemporary trained movers, pointe is not a requirement.
"Education in the art of dance is education of the whole man - his physical, mental and emotional natures are disciplined and nourished simultaneously in dance."
CityDance a 501(c)3 non-profit organization recognized as an arts and education leader throughout the DC metropolitan area. With its mission to transform lives and communities through dance, CityDance produces and presents world-class dance; trains young dancers for professional careers; and uses dance to prepare youth for academic, professional, and personal success.