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"Perhaps more than any other dance maker on the local scene, Bartoszek...blurs the line between movement and visual art."  
Chicago Magazine


Futura sweeps across the Dance Center stage in an eye-popping spectacle of bold geometry, rich theatrical movement, and a rousing musical score. Inspired by Bauhaus modernist art, Hedwig founder Jan Bartoszek’s newest work is a vibrant and colorful exploration of how dance shapes and is shaped by society, art, architecture, and design in the 21st century. A collaborative multidisciplinary work underscored by themes of confinement and freedom, this piece includes an opening movement designed in a groundbreaking collaboration by and between Hedwig Dances, Bauhaus Dessau, the IIT Institute of Design (established as the New Bauhaus 80 years ago)  and Leviathan.  Futura is “a visual metaphor for Bauhaus’s revolutionary ideology” (Chicago Reader).



Post Performance Conversation: Thursday, November 1
immediately following performance in the theater

Pre Performance Talk: Friday, November 2 at 6:30 p.m.
at Sherwood Community Music School Recital Hall, 1312 Michigan Avenue

Post Performance Bauhaus Bash Fundraising Reception:  Saturday November 3, immediately following performance at PianoForte.  Reception ticket price includes admission to Saturday performance.  Click here for Reception Tickets.


Photo: William Frederking.

Teens 13-19 can get $5 day-of-show tickets for this performance with Teen Arts Pass (as long as it's not sold out). Check out teenartspass.org for more information and to sign up! 

Running Time
1 hour
Dance Styles
Modern / Contemporary


The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago

1306 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 369-8330