NW Dance Project's Ching Ching Wong X A Sleepy Tut Film by conrad kaczor

NW Dance Project has asked to do a mini documentary on Ching Ching Wong and her recent achievements and awards as well a promo video for their new show Carmen. 

Ching Ching Wong was born in Manila, Philippines, but calls southern California her home. She began her dance training at Allegria Dance Theater under the direction of Alia Harlan. She received her B.F.A. in Dance Performance and minor in Education and Psychology & Social Behavior from the University of California, Irvine. During her UCI days, she was a member of Donald McKayle’s Etude Ensemble. Ching Ching has danced original roles in Northwest Dance Project works by Sarah Slipper, Didy Veldman, Patrick Delcroix, Wen Wei Wang, Ihsan Rustem, Lucas Crandall, Alex Soares, Pedro Dias, Noam Gagnon, Gregory Dolbashian, Loni Landon, Yin Yue, Jiri Pokorny, Rachel Erdos, Carla Mann, Tracey Durbin, and Minh Tran. She has been profiled in Northwest publications including Metro ParentWillamette Week and Portland Monthly. In August 2015, Ching Ching was one of only six dancers in the U.S. to win a Princess Grace Award for Dance. Ching Ching was named one of Dance Magazine‘s “25 To Watch” for 2017.

Icon and Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre are a it again by conrad kaczor

Heidi Duckler NW Dance Company is showcasing a free show at JAW Festival The company core dancers Kiel Moton and Myself will work with Heidi Duckler on a bold new, site-specific performance inspired by the architecture, history, and stories of the Portland Center Stage’s gorgeous downtown home. showcase is expected to make a spot appearance on Sunday, July 31, 2016 prior to the 4:00pm theater reading. More information to come.

The JAW Festival is FREE and open to the public. Read more about this July’s schedule and cast of artists online at www.pcs.org/jaw.

Bicycle Tut is back and on the BIG SCREEN @ FilmedByBike Film Festival by conrad kaczor

Alexandr Beran and I are thrilled to have Bicycle Tut back in our lives and it'll be screened at the world's largest bicycle film festival in the world called FilmedbyBike Film Festival. The festival is located in Portland, Oregon and the films will be screened at the Hollywood Theatre between the 6-8th of May. For more information on tickets and prices go to Filmedbybike.org

PS. we were as well nominated for an award.