In January 2014 POV Dance performed  3x3  at the Leftbank Project on N Broadway. Working in collaboration with filmmaker Patrick Weishampel/BLANKEYE and musicians/composers Katie Griesar and Luke Matter, POV Dance transformed the extraordinary space into a moving landscape of bodies, sound and architecture. 
       
     
 The Leftbank Project is a historical landmark that has housed a succession of businesses, most notably the iconic 1940s Dude Ranch jazz club. In 2008, meticulously re-imagined and restored after years of vacancy, Leftbank opened its doors to reclaim its spot as a hub of creativity and culture.  
       
     
 Small audiences were guided through hallways, stairwells, open spaces and intimate nooks, following a series of three converging duets.
       
     
       
     
 "with dancers as dynamic as this, you’ll want to see as much as you can."   Willamette Week Preview   "Above all, 3x3 is an inclusive performance. It feels like you're a part of something, like you're on a journey, seeing the Leftbank Project through dance."   Portland Mercury Review   "My 3×3 is going to be different from yours, even if you’re in the same group to start."   Oregon Arts Watch Review
       
     
 Interviews with Noel Plemmons and Mandy Cregan about  3x3 :   Stage and Studio    OregonLive
       
     
 In January 2014 POV Dance performed  3x3  at the Leftbank Project on N Broadway. Working in collaboration with filmmaker Patrick Weishampel/BLANKEYE and musicians/composers Katie Griesar and Luke Matter, POV Dance transformed the extraordinary space into a moving landscape of bodies, sound and architecture. 
       
     

In January 2014 POV Dance performed 3x3 at the Leftbank Project on N Broadway. Working in collaboration with filmmaker Patrick Weishampel/BLANKEYE and musicians/composers Katie Griesar and Luke Matter, POV Dance transformed the extraordinary space into a moving landscape of bodies, sound and architecture. 

 The Leftbank Project is a historical landmark that has housed a succession of businesses, most notably the iconic 1940s Dude Ranch jazz club. In 2008, meticulously re-imagined and restored after years of vacancy, Leftbank opened its doors to reclaim its spot as a hub of creativity and culture.  
       
     

The Leftbank Project is a historical landmark that has housed a succession of businesses, most notably the iconic 1940s Dude Ranch jazz club. In 2008, meticulously re-imagined and restored after years of vacancy, Leftbank opened its doors to reclaim its spot as a hub of creativity and culture.  

 Small audiences were guided through hallways, stairwells, open spaces and intimate nooks, following a series of three converging duets.
       
     

Small audiences were guided through hallways, stairwells, open spaces and intimate nooks, following a series of three converging duets.

       
     
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 "with dancers as dynamic as this, you’ll want to see as much as you can."   Willamette Week Preview   "Above all, 3x3 is an inclusive performance. It feels like you're a part of something, like you're on a journey, seeing the Leftbank Project through dance."   Portland Mercury Review   "My 3×3 is going to be different from yours, even if you’re in the same group to start."   Oregon Arts Watch Review
       
     

"with dancers as dynamic as this, you’ll want to see as much as you can."

Willamette Week Preview

"Above all, 3x3 is an inclusive performance. It feels like you're a part of something, like you're on a journey, seeing the Leftbank Project through dance."

Portland Mercury Review

"My 3×3 is going to be different from yours, even if you’re in the same group to start."

Oregon Arts Watch Review

 Interviews with Noel Plemmons and Mandy Cregan about  3x3 :   Stage and Studio    OregonLive
       
     

Interviews with Noel Plemmons and Mandy Cregan about 3x3:

Stage and Studio

OregonLive