Currently in the MineCart

Crossover Movement Arts is at work on "Journey to the Underbridge," an Art on the Atlanta BeltLine performance scheduled for Sunday, October 9, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.

me.you.us.we.them is at work in the studio developing several new works, both at MineCart and at the new Metropolitan Studios.

MineCart is co-presenting "Holding Pattern," a sculpture by U.K.-based George King Architects, currently on display along the Atlanta BeltLine under the Freedom Parkway overpass. The installation was made possible through a grant from Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.

Thomas Bell is at work on the next iteration of "Golden Positions," a dance inspired by avant garde filmmaker and poet James Broughton.

Holding Pattern, by George King Architects

Moz Drums performs in the 2016 Lantern Parade of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

As Told To..., by Jacqueline Woo, photo by Liliana Bakhtiari

Interstices, me.you.us.we.them, artistic director Jo Peace, photo by bcarr[works]

We Tie Ourselves to This Land, Crossover Movement Arts, artistic director Blake Dalton, photo by John Becker

Corian Ellisor and Amber Bradshaw in IDENTIFIED: A Queer Variety Show!

Smruti Patel Jani, artistic director of Patelworks Dance Theater

Natasha Nyanin, photo by Rodney Quarcoo

Nicole Jones, photo by Neil Nigrelli

Sara Gregory and Rose Shields in Jo Peace's "dirTEA"

Photo by Steve Saenz

Ashley Sowell and Erin Weller Dalton rehearsing "The Dance of the Fire Squirrel"

Sam Tankersley in "Galatea"

Photo by Chris Howe

Recently in the MineCart

Independent choreographer Jacqueline Woo presented "As Told Too..." at Skwhirlhaus.

me.you.us.we.them presented a duet as part of "Holler Against Hate," an artistic response to the Orlando massacre, presented by 7Stages.

MineCart co-presented Parisian drum troupe Moz Drums for the 2016 Lantern Parade through a grant from Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.

Crossover Movement Arts performed "We Tie Ourselves to This Land" at Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.

me.you.us.we.them performed "Interstices" at Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.

Choreographer Corian Ellisor and director Amber Bradshaw created IDENTIFIED: A Queer Variety Show!, a derived, multimedia collaboration.

Smruti Patel Jani of Patelworks Dance Theater presented a series of classes in classical and modern Indian dance.

Crossover Movement Arts performed at the American College Dance Association's Southeast Conference on March 21, 2015, at Georgia College and State University, in Milledgeville, Georgia.

Thomas Bell, Ashley Sowell, Skyler Holden, and Vanessa Shell performed "Golden Positions," a dance tribute to avant garde filmmaker and poet James Broughton, at KilnHouse in Dahlonega.

CDC scientist, fashion blogger, dancer, and all-around impressive woman Natasha Nyanin posed in MineCart for a photo shoot by visiting Ghanaian photographer Rodney Quarcoo.

Jo Peace premiered three new works over Valentine's weekend at Eyedrum, including "#breathetogether," a work responding to the killing of unarmed Black men.

"The Dance of the Fire Squirrel," developed at MineCart by Thomas Bell with Ashley Sowell, Jacqueline Woo, Jo Peace, and Erin Weller Dalton, was performed in December at both Eyedrum and the Inman Park Squirrel Census' "Burning Squirrel" event.

Photographer Neil Nigrelli used the MineCart studio for a stunning photoshoot of Atlanta dancer Nicole Jones.

Onur Topal Sumer premiered "RESIST" at Gallery 72 in August of 2014. This installation and movement performance was inspired by the democratic protests in Taksim Gezi Park in Istanbul.

Chris Howe and Sam Tankersley premiered "Galatea" at Skwhirlhaus on June 27 and 28.

Jo Peace premiered “(un)mothered” in May of 2014 at CORE’s Fieldwork Showcase and "dirTEA" in September a site-specific work commissioned by Art on the Atlanta BeltLine and performed on the Atlanta BeltLine in Reynoldstown.

Crossover Movement Arts uses the MineCart studio as its headquarters year-round. Works created have included several site-specific dances commissioned by Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, a performance at Skwhirlhaus, as well as some self-produced shows.

Portions of Rule of 3's 2013 production "Persephone's Fall" were created and rehearsed in the MineCart studio.

Portions of "SEEDS," a 2013 student aerial dance showcase of The D'AIR Project, were refined and rehearsed at the MineCart studio.

Thomas Bell created a 2013 solo tribute to avant garde filmmaker and poet James Broughton in the MineCart studio.