Loculus is a performance collective based in Western Massachusetts. Loculus performs locally, often in collaborated with DIY musicians and artists in non-traditional performance spaces. In addition to performance Loculus publishes a quarterly journal. As dancers and performers as well as critical thinkers the collective feels that the perspectives of critically engaged movers are essential and transformative of all kinds of creative collaborations. The Loculus Quarterly is a platform for critical thinking and dance and each issue is in itself a site of creative intervention, including essays, photographs, interviews, creative writing, and/or ephemera.
Loculus was founded in early 2015 by six Five College Dance Department Alumni: Hayley-Jane Blackstone, Olana Flynn, Stephanie Jacco, Molly McBride, Madison Palffy, and Aliza Persing. Volume I of The Loculus Quarterly is funded in part by a grant from the Northampton Arts Council.
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Review of Loculus event SOLO from Paradise City Press:
Loculus Journal Release. November 19th, 2015. Easthampton, MA.
Filmed by Sam Hadge.