The Village Dancer

The journey continues.

After finishing my hike, I returned rather quickly to the mountains to work in a kitchen.  Watch snow fall from inside a warm building.  And try to put words to describe the border to border journey.

I’m still working on the words, perhaps  the description will be in the dance.

I am still in the mountains.

This time as a Resident Artist at Holden Village.  This is a six week residency in which I get to work on as many dance projects as I can think up while living in a tiny mountain village.

Holden is a village of intentional community.  A place where we work, live, and dine together.  It is a place where it is common to wear ridiculous costumes.  Where all are welcome.  Where Sasquatch lives.  Where hilarity is a cornerstone of the community.

During my residency, I will primarily be editing and composing my dance-u-mentory of  my hike.  I will also be training on my silks which are rigged up in the Village Center, and dancing outside in the snow whenever inspired.

At the end of the Residency, I will have a showing of my film project, and once I return to the world of fast internet, I will be able to post it for everyone to enjoy.

Stay tuned for more updates!

About Natalie

Natalie Fisher is a dancer, teacher, silk aerialist, and choreographer. She is inspired by the wilderness. Her work involves finding the seam where her worlds of dance, aerials and the wilderness meet.

3 thoughts on “The Village Dancer

  1. I had the joy of meeting you and your family at Terry’s in California. Taco salad! It was more Nacho Fest! Thank you for sharing your experiences. I followed you all the way through your final step and loved every moment. Can’t wait to read and see more. XOXO, Michelle

  2. hey nat,

    so good to hear you are spending some time at holden. i am missing that place right now, the snow the quiet, the people. hope it is a lovely time of unwinding from the trail and getting to share your story with many who are interested.

    peace,
    socks

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