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Active Listening
Dance artists Heloise Gold and Julie Nathanielsz, and a new 'Gold Show|Rose Show'
Arts Story  May 29, 2014, by Jonelle Seitz
"...Music has rarely, if ever, been an assumption for Nathanielsz, either. In her solo "Yo, Genesis," performed in the Gold Show|Rose Show last year, bits of recordings of popular songs occasionally entered the soundscape, which otherwise consisted of what we might call "silence" but is really the soundscape made by the body as it moves, friction, and the ambient sounds of the theatre..."

This collaboration between dancer Julie Nathanielsz and poet Margit Galanter employed fabric to explore human shape and contact
Arts Review  June 9, 2016, by Jonelle Seitz
"...It's true, in my experience: The credibility-busting letter swap (and my editorial pride) almost cost me a great deal on the family Honda from Leander Trux n Karz. The k in Kozyworld, a performance by dancer-choreographer Julie Nathanielsz and dance poet Margit Galanter, suggests that the physical comfort explored within it is fabricated – it's an unauthorized, perhaps subversive, copy...."

Movers & Shakers
A guide to Austin dance
Arts Story  December 3, 2015, by Jonelle Seitz and Robert Faires
"...Like many dance makers here, Gold has thrived on finding collaborators who will explore unknown territory with her: Hay and Diana Prechter (Genius of the Heart), composer Pauline Oliveros (Deep Listening), actor-writer CK McFarland (Hot Flash: A Comic Coming of Age Tragedy), musician Leticia Rodriguez (Chicken and Beans). Recent work with Julie Nathanielsz (Gold Show|Rose Show) has garnered acclaim, and her duet with percussionist Nick Hennies (“Resonance,” 2014) earned a Critics Table Award..."

Gold Show|Rose Show
In the sequel to the 2013 concert of the same name, Julie Nathanielsz and Heloise Gold came at dance from opposite directions
Arts Review  June 5, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...The difference between Julie Nathanielsz and Heloise Gold was readily apparent in this sequel to last year's dance concert of the same name, but you didn't need to study their moves to see it; all you had to do was look at their eyes. In "Yo, Genesis," Nathanielsz kept hers looking outward but without connecting to anything around her; their glassy stare was that of one whose attention is trained inward..."

Gold Show / Rose Show
This program of films and dances by choreographers Heloise Gold and Julie Nathanielsz invigorated the senses
Arts Review  June 21, 2013, by Jonelle Seitz
"...It's widely known that participating in physical activity and creative endeavors are a way to clear one's head. But Gold Show/Rose Show, a joint concert by dancer-choreographers Heloise Gold and Julie Nathanielsz, were reminders of the power of empathy: In witnessing the films and dances, we audience members were invigorated, too...."

Table Banquet
The nominees for the 2013-2014 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 8, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...Gold Show/Rose Show, Heloise Gold & Julie Nathanielsz..."

The Tuning Project
The improvised movements of Julie Nathanielsz and her dancers were full of refreshing surprises
Arts Review  January 22, 2015, by Jonelle Seitz
"...The morning before I attended The Tuning Project, I read a review of a new painting show at MOMA, in which critic Peter Schjeldahl mourned the end of painting's era in the sun, a result of our "image-sickened society." The ubiquity of video, I thought, causes a similar affliction. The Tuning Project, for which dancer-choreographer Julie Nathanielsz brought in improvisation guru Karen Nelson to work with a group of local dancers, was antidote for that tiresome predetermination that we succumb to every time we click "play."..."

Body Shift
Bringing differently abled and able-bodied dancers into the studio together
Arts Story  October 22, 2010, by Jonelle Seitz
"...These discoveries result from questions, says teacher Julie Nathanielsz, who will lead the Friday class Image/Touch/Movement. She emphasizes that differences in body shape, placement, and perception of pressure initiate the queries: "In the classroom, you have able-bodied and disabled people trying to figure out what works, how can we do this? There's something really rich in there being a question just in the co-presence of two people." And the language teachers use to elicit movement – because the "do-it-like-I-do" approach has major limitations in a mixed-ability setting – leaves movement open to interpretation and exploration..."

Top 9 All-In Dance Concerts (Plus 3 Short Works) of 2013
This year, dancers took on weighty matters – gender, the body, grief – exploring them with remarkable depth
Arts Story  January 3, 2014, by Jonelle Seitz
"...1) 'I AM A FISH'/'WHAT IS COMMON' (Lily Kiara and Julie Nathanielsz) Deep exploration, poetic connections, and relentless questioning of the body characterized this show...."

Jonelle Seitz's Top 10 Brave Dance Artists of 2016
The year revealed how much courage and inspiration can be found in Austin's masters of movement
Arts Story  December 29, 2016, by Jonelle Seitz
"...4) JULIE NATHANIELSZ Look to her for worldview – she'll be returning from Fulbright study in Indonesia...."

Top Nine Big-Bang Dance Concerts of 2015
Each of the top dance performances of 2015 created a universe of its own
Arts Story  December 31, 2015, by Jonelle Seitz
"...1) The Tuning Project (Julie Nathanielsz/Karen Nelson)..."

Top 10 Kicky Linkups in 2014
This year, dance was all about the partnering – some of it unusual, all of it captivating
Arts Story  December 31, 2014, by Jonelle Seitz

Consummate Artistry
The 2013-14 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  June 5, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...For its 22nd presentation of awards for notable artistic achievements, the Critics Table welcomed three groups into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame (Big Medium, Blue Genie Art Industries, and the Rude Mechanicals) and distributed honors in 42 categories. Trouble Puppet Theatre's The Crapstall Street Boys earned three awards, and 10 projects won two each: Rude Mechs' Fixing King John; Theatre En Bloc's Fat Pig; Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance's Anything Goes; Zach Theatre's Les Misérables; Breaking String Theater's Three, or The Sound of the Great Existential Nothingness; KDH Dance's The Big Small; Julie Nathanielsz and Heloise Gold's Gold Show|Rose Show; Ariel Dance Theatre's Heart; the Golden Hornet Project/Texas Choral Consort/Texas Performing Arts collaboration Mozart Requiem Undead; and the Women & Their Work project Thirst...."

Austin Critics Table Awards 2013
Arts writers raise their glasses to outstanding art in list of nominees
Arts Story  May 24, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...Saya Ikan/I Am a Fish/Ik Ben Een Vis + What Is Common, Julie Nathanielsz/The Meeting Point..."

Fusebox Festival 2012
This year the fest's dance works provoked questions about inequity, grrrl power, fame, and change
Arts Review  May 11, 2012, by Jonelle Seitz
"...Local choreographer Julie Nathanielsz's focus on natural rhythms in her work-in-progress What Is Common was a gentle segue back into the larger mechanism. As in last year's Austin Critics' Table Award winner Working the Line, points of view were physicalized by the extreme differences in the performers' appearances..."

Art Par Excellence
The nominees for the 2014-15 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 20, 2015
"...Julie Nathanielsz, “Yo Genesis”..."

Local Heroes
The 2015 class of the Austin Arts Hall of Fame
Arts Story  May 28, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...At the same time, however, she's moved into new areas, often seeking new collaborators to help her explore some unknown territory. The list of artists Gold has partnered with is as impressive as it is extensive: Hay and fellow choreographer-dancers Diana Prechter (Genius of the Heart) and Julie Nathanielsz (Gold Show/Rose Show), composer Pauline Oliveros (many Deep Listening projects), actor-writer CK McFarland (Hot Flash: A Comic Coming of Age Tragedy), musician Leticia Rodriguez (Chicken and Beans), percussionist Nick Hennies ("Resonance"), composer Travis Weller (When the Shoes Sing Their Finest Song), actor-dancer Jason Phelps ("The Sound That Shook the World")..."

Art To Enchant
The winners of the 2010-11 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  June 10, 2011, by Robert Faires
"..."Working the Line," Julie Nathanielsz/The Meeting Point, Fusebox Festival Dancer..."

Up, Down, Under and Through
This strong program of independent dance deserved to be seen by more people
Arts Review  June 3, 2011, by Jonelle Seitz
"...While I'm not sure what to make of "Poor Stacy," I am certain that the program as a whole deserves to be seen by more than those who attended on opening night. It's a cheap date (tickets are just $12 at the door), and although the second week's program is completely different (with work by Katherine Hodges, Jennifer McGowan, Aileen Mapes, Lisa del Rosario, and Julie Nathanielsz), the quality of the first week's program is a positive indicator...."

Top of the Line
The nominees for the 2011 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 27, 2011, by Robert Faires
"..."Working the Line," Julie Nathanielsz/The Meeting Point, Fusebox Festival Dancer..."

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