• Nuo Spiritual Art Foundation

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    Nuo presents:

    “SPIRITUAL DANCE PERFORMANCE”

    May 11th 8pm at:

    PETER NORTON SYMPHONY SPACE

    Peter Jay Sharp Theatre in NYC

     

    Tickets available by clicking here > bit.ly/2BDwJ8M

    Founded in 2017 by acclaimed Chinese born dancer and choreographer Nuo An, the Nuo Spiritual Art Foundation (NSAF) is a New York City based not-for-profit member of the United Nations’ Council of International Dance (CID), with a mission to promote and present the spiritual dance form. Originating in China, spiritual dance integrates principles of ballet, modern dance and dance therapy into a new art form that encourages an exploration of both body and mind, and an intensive cooperation among all participants. The end result is an experience that is therapeutic and transcendent for both dancers and audiences alike. At NSAF, we do not teach dance; we discover it and create it together.

    NSAF fulfills its mission through performances as well as outreach programs directed at schools, elder centers, and organizations serving those with special needs. Dancers will collaborate closely with Nuo An and musicians over one year to choreograph this new piece, to be performed in New York City and abroad. They will also participate in outreach programs in the community.

     

    Upon completion of 150 hours with NSAF, each of our dancers receives the prestigious International Certification of Spiritual Dance Art, awarded by the CID. Our artists become part of a global family of dancers who receive special invitations to perform with many of the world’s best dance festivals, competitions, and companies.

  • Mission, Vision and Values

    Nuo Spiritual Art Foundation

    Mission

     

     

     

    Vision

    The degree of development and progress in a civilization and its society is determined by its development of the arts. In our society, art has already become an integral part of our culture, entertainment and commerce. Physical and performance art techniques have also been developed to its limits, so therefore, to further evolve, art has reached a point of inward development. Through enhancing and developing our spirituality, only then, can art be taken to new heights.

    Through the body and our spirituality, we can better understand ourselves, understand life, and even reflect and understand the problems of our society.

    Values

    Years of training and experience have conditioned our bodies to become receptive and highly sensitive. Through self-reflection, mediation, recovery, and active dance practice, we have found a way to enhance our spirituality through spiritual dance. We want to provide direction, and help professional dancers explore the unknown aspects of both our physical and spiritual limits, to expand the boundaries of spiritual art, and then to share our spirituality with the general public.

    Sharing this spirituality to the general public will help the public to experience spirituality within themselves, so they can fully experience life, fully experience the wonders and phenomenon of our world, understanding themselves, enhancing themselves, and in the end, to create a positive atmosphere for all of society.

  • What We Do

    Foundation Goals

    Currently, Nuo Spiritual Art Foundation is focusing on the development of the first spiritual dance project.

     
    The project’s theme will be based on the fusion of Eastern and Western cultural aesthetics, cultural diversity , cultural differences and conflicts.
     

    Using dance as the medium of communication, the dance project will deliver the choreographer's philosophy, passions, thought processes and views - with the goal of delivering a culturally integrated vision.

  • Mission

    Founded in 2017 by acclaimed Chinese born dancer and choreographer Nuo An, the Nuo Spiritual Art Foundation (NSAF) is a New York City based not-for-profit member of the United Nations’ Council of International Dance (CID), with a mission to promote and present the spiritual dance form. Originating in China, spiritual dance integrates principles of ballet, modern dance and dance therapy into a new art form that encourages an exploration of both body and mind, and an intensive cooperation among all participants. The end result is an experience that is therapeutic and transcendent for both dancers and audiences alike. At NSAF, we do not teach dance; we discover it and create it together.

     

    NSAF fulfills its mission through performances as well as outreach programs directed at schools, elder centers, and organizations serving those with special needs. Dancers will collaborate closely with Nuo An and musicians over one year to choreograph this new piece, to be performed in New York City and abroad. They will also participate in outreach programs in the community.

     

    Upon completion of 150 hours with NSAF, each of our dancers receives the prestigious International Certification of Spiritual Dance Art, awarded by the CID. Our artists become part of a global family of dancers who receive special invitations to perform with many of the world’s best dance festivals, competitions, and companies.

  • Spiritual Dance

    Spiritual Dance comes from within

    Using one’s internal motivation derived from Dance Movement Therapy and Authentic Movements, the dance externalizes itself through the combination and integration of ballet and modern dance.

     

    Internally and externally, the soul and the body will interact with each other, expressing itself through new dance forms.

     

    The dance will be the “eyes” though which Chinese and Western cultures will integrate and explore the depths of art, and the meaning of life.

     

  • Nuo An

    Dancer | Teacher | Thinker | Choreographer | Dance Therapist

    Passion

     

    Nuo An, founder of the Nuo Spiritual Art Foundation, is a member of the (United Nations) International Dance Council.
     
    She is a spiritual dance artist, chorographer, dance teacher, dance movement therapist and dance poet.
     
    She initiates the new dance form ----spiritual dance art: integrating the Authentic Movement skills from dance movement therapy, while integrating Ballet and Modern Dance skills from professional dance training.
     
    She loves to explore new element along dance life for constantly expanding rich art experience.

    Ciriculum Vitae

     

    1997-2001,Bachelor Degree, Choreography and Performance art from Beijing Dance Academy.

     

    2001-2011, Dance Teacher, Choreographer in dance department of Art and Media college in Beijing Normal University.

     

    2004, Dance Teacher, Choreographer in Ballet of affiliated school of Beijing Dance Academy.

     

    2006, Visitor in Sweden Dance Academy, teaching and exchange program.

     

    2005-2008, Master's Degree: Art, Dance Comparative Study from College of Arts and Media of Beijing Normal University.

     

    2008, Teacher, Choreographer in dance department of Tibet University.

     

    2014-2016 Second Master: Dance Movement Therapy from Pratt Institute of US.

     

    2014--2016, Performing artist, Choreographer, assistant director, worked in Chinese Theater Work Company.

     

    2013, May, Hawaii Spiritual Art Festival.

    2014, December, participated in “the Opera Dream", play the "dream" in the new theatre of NYC.

     

    2015, May, Asian Dance Culture Festive.

    December, Brooklyn Museum Theater.

    January, New England New Year Performance, Boston.

     

    2016, December: Metropolitan Museum of art, NYC.

    December: Asian art theater, NYC.

    January: performance 15, drama " Before and after" played four characters as principle actress in NYC.

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