I was delighted to be invited to perform at The Whole Shebang, the Grand Opening of the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning, this past weekend. The Tett is Kingston's new arts hub, home to eight arts organizations, artists studios, event space and a rehearsal hall. The building is beautiful and I am thrilled it is finally open--I will be spending lots of time here, teaching at the Kingston School of Dance and beginning a residency program with David Parker at Modern Fuel Artist Run Center this month. The piece I performed at the opening was a simple, spinning rope piece inspired and accompanied by drop spinners from the Kingston Handloom Weavers and Spinners. Special thanks to Ebon Gage, Artistic Director of KSD, and Andrea Nann of Dreamwalker Dance for their feedback and assistance with the piece, and to Mark Aidan (www.markbergin.wordpress.com) for the lovely photos (and check here for one more, posted to KingstonRegion.com).