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Search results for Author Names and Keywords in titles and subtitles of CQ articles in print and online; contents of articles online; and our Contact Editions catalog of books and dvds.

Articles in Print
Still Moving:Contact Improvisation and its Influence on Contemporary Dance Practice
excerpts from a panel discussion at Tanzfabrik in Berlin
with Jess Curtis (organizer), Sara Shelton Mann, Stephanie Maher, Frederike Plafki, Peter Pleyer, Karen Schaffman (organizer), and Meg Stuart
CQ Vol. 33 No. 2, Summer/Fall 2008, Special Focus: Activism & Community, Still Moving – Contact Improv. shoptalk & dialogue, p 43
Letters from Home, Home is Where the Art is
an e-mail conversation
between Jess Curtis and Sten Rudstrom
CQ Vol. 25 No. 1, Winter/Spring 2000, Special Focus: To Dance or Not to Dance, SPECIAL FOCUS: TO DANCE OR NOT TO DANCE, p 48 - 52
Still Moving:1995 Breitenbush Conference on Text and Dance:
Simone Forti Presiding
by Jess Curtis
CQ Vol. 22 No. 1, Winter/Spring 1997, Still Moving - Contact Improv. shoptalk & dialogue, p 56 - 57
Why Talk (Dance, Paint) About Sex?
view from a dancemaker and teacher
by Jess Curtis
CQ Vol. 21 No. 1, Winter/Spring 1996, Focus on Sexuality & Identity, p 53 - 57
Still Moving:The Man in the Box
interview with Steve Paxton at Breitenbush Conference ’94
by Jess Curtis
CQ Vol. 20 No. 1, Winter/Spring 1995, Still Moving – Contact Improv. shop talk and dialogue, p 68 - 69
Articles Online
Community and Dance Blossom in the Former East German Town of Stolzenhagen
A first-hand account of a grassroots community and festival
by Elizabeth Erber
Panel Discussion at Tanzfabrik, Berlin
June 29, 2007
organized by Jess Curtis and Karen Schaffman
with Jess, Stephanie Maher, Sara Shelton Mann, Friederike Plafki, Peter Pleyer, and Meg Stuart
10th Anniversary Celebration
Budapest, Hungary
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