In March 2010 POV Dance presented its first evening length production,  The Ford Building Project,  at the historic building on SE Division Street. 
       
     
 The audience was split in two and followed half the dancers through the building until everyone met in the central gallery space. The dancers then disappeared into an elevator, the audience groups switched sides and the entire dance repeated. 
       
     
  "A unique dance experience, full of subtle drama and delightful eye-tricking surprises."   Willamette Week   Review    "Graceful and hypnotic"   Willamette Week Preview
       
     
       
     
 In March 2010 POV Dance presented its first evening length production,  The Ford Building Project,  at the historic building on SE Division Street. 
       
     

In March 2010 POV Dance presented its first evening length production, The Ford Building Project, at the historic building on SE Division Street. 

 The audience was split in two and followed half the dancers through the building until everyone met in the central gallery space. The dancers then disappeared into an elevator, the audience groups switched sides and the entire dance repeated. 
       
     

The audience was split in two and followed half the dancers through the building until everyone met in the central gallery space. The dancers then disappeared into an elevator, the audience groups switched sides and the entire dance repeated. 

  "A unique dance experience, full of subtle drama and delightful eye-tricking surprises."   Willamette Week   Review    "Graceful and hypnotic"   Willamette Week Preview
       
     

"A unique dance experience, full of subtle drama and delightful eye-tricking surprises."
Willamette Week Review

"Graceful and hypnotic"
Willamette Week Preview

       
     
The Ford Building Project - March 2010