Dance: K.J. Holmes, Thursday, March 15, 2018, 7pm

Counterpath (7935 E. 14th Ave.) is excited to host K.J. Holmes on Thursday, March 15, at 7pm. K.J. will be performing Here This Wreckage Salvage Untitled Sea. Opening the evening will be performances by Peg Posnick, Rushi Vyas, and others. The event is free and open to the public.

K.J. Holmes is a Brooklyn, NY, based dance artist/actor/singer/teacher who travels nationally and internationally teaching/performing/creating. She has collaborated extensively with Simone Forti, Steve Paxton, Karen Nelson, Lisa Nelson and Image Lab, and Julie Carr, and has recently performed in the work of Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People, Xavier Le Roy, Lance Gries, Mark Dendy, Melinda Ring, and Karinne Keithley Syers. This past year, she was cast in artist Matthew Barney’s new film Redoubt as well as in performer/videographer Cristiane Bouger’s film The Quest for Joy, and collaborated with drummer Jeremy Carlstedt in their duet “LIP” at The Vision Jazz Festival. K.J. teaches at Movement Research and is on faculty at NYU/Experimental Theatre Wing and Julliard.

Peg Volpe Posnick has been choreographing, teaching and performing in the Boulder/Denver area since 1984.  Peg received her MFA in Dance from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1996 where she has been Community Engagement Coordinator since 2003.

Rushi Vyas is an MFA candidate at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where he teaches creative writing. He has served as Managing Editor of Subito Press and TIMBER Journal. Recent poems are forthcoming or published in Tin House, The Journal, The Offing, Gasher, and elsewhere.

Laura Ann Samuelson is a choreographer, dancer, and teacher of contemporary performance. She produces original work under the name Hoarded Stuff Performance and has collaborated with groups such as Joanna and the Agitators, square product theatre, Buntport Theater Company, and Screw Tooth Theater Company. Laura Ann was named one of Colorado’s most creative minds in Susan Froyd’s 100 Colorado Creatives Series in Denver’s Westword (2014), and has been an artist- in-residence at the Denver Art Museum, Dance Initiative (Carbondale, CO), and at SKOGEN arts (Gothenburg, SWEDEN). Currently, she is pursuing an MFA in Dance at CU Boulder and is a Center for the Humanities Arts & Sciences Fellow. She is also a Feldenkrais Method practitioner-in-training. For more information, please visit