Arin Lynn is a movement artist, multimedia artist, and hoosier based in Salt Lake City. They have recently had the pleasure of working with local organizations such as Finch Lane Flash Projects, 12 Minutes Max, and Queer Spectra Arts Festival. Outside of art, Arin enjoys fried food and collecting vinyls.
For their October Digest, loveDANCEmore editor Arin Lynn spoke with Joshua “Text” Perkins, executive director of 1520 Arts, a nonprofit dance organization. The organization’s They Reminisce was performed at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center Sept. 16 & 17. Answers have been edited for clarity. Can you tell […]
I met with loveDANCEmore artist-in-residence Stephanie García to talk about the upcoming panel, Moving Forward Together: Latinx, Hispanic, and Chicanx Artists in Conversation. It will be this Sunday, Sept 25th at 5:00pm on the Spyhop Rooftop. You can RSVP to attend here. How did organizing this panel start? […]
The playbill summarizes Dastak as “a meditation on borders, loss, belonging, home, and liberation. Structured through four elemental journeys — Earth, Water, Fire, and Air — the work traces the knockings (dastak, in Farsi) of global injustices on our hearts, and echoes the subtitle created by writer Sharon […]
Ririe-Woodbury’s Fill In The Blank on Thursday, January 27, was a wild ride of dance, throwbacks, and emotional tension. The show opened with the premiere of jo Blake’s “coincidences, when we meet up.” Blake is the only Utah-based choreographer in the program, but it’s nice to see Ririe-Woodbury […]
Last Saturday evening, Cat + Fish Dances showcased a night of calm strength despite the abrupt storm outside. Held in the quiet space of the Missio Dei Church, the concert was a traditional, black box-style dance performance of three works-in-progress. After a run across the parking lot through […]