Adam H Weinert

•09/25/2013 • Leave a Comment

This is the personal website for performance-based artist Adam H Weinert.  Here you can find information on dance performances, classes, workshops, and  live art installations.

Site Closing

•09/18/2013 • Leave a Comment

Thank you for reading this blog.  

I am excited to announce the launch of a new website

Please consider this blog shut down until further notice.

cheers and best, adam

Kinetic Cinema

•04/10/2013 • Leave a Comment

Kinetic Cinema

Pentacle’s Movement Media and Spectacle present:
Kinetic Cinema: Occupy Interior Spaces
Film screening and discussion with guest curator
Adam Weinert

April 10, 2013
8:00pm, $5

124 S. 3rd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(Near Bedford Ave.)

In a city where artists are priced out to the margins, and coinciding with the beginnings of occupy wall street, I inexplicably gained access to a townhouse on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. I invited 9 artists to to respond, inhabit and document the building, and this is what we made.

For his evening of Kinetic Cinema, Adam will be sharing and discussing never before seen footage from the project Inside Lives, described above, as well as other guiding forces behind his work for stage, for studio and for camera.



•02/17/2013 • Leave a Comment
Space Jam: a party to benefit MARS
Monday, February 18, 7p-11p
$10 cover (cash only, at the door)
Cheap drinks, live music, DJ dance party, the launch of our silent auction and a sneak-peak performance from MARS (a play about mining)!
All proceeds go directly to MARS artists.


•01/02/2013 • Leave a Comment
Superhero Clubhouse and Matchboxarts
in association with Chez Bushwick
March 7-9, 7:30pm
361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn
Tickets available here
Also join us for our Space Jam, a party to benefit MARS at The Oracle Club,

Monday February 18th, 7pm-11pm
Featuring cheap drinks, live music, the launch of our silent auction, and a sneak-preview performance from MARS
MARS (a play about mining)

adapted from the graphic novel MARS! by  

Tom Coiner

Choreography by
Music by
Graphic Art by
with assistance from Clay Rodery and Ray Jones
Stage & Costume Design by
Stage Management/Assistant Direction by
Alessandra Calabi
Dramaturgy by

Megan McClain
Directed by

Jeremy Pickard

Created & Performed by
Javier Baca
Nathaniel Bausch-Gould
Rosie Dupont
Aba Kiser
Logan Kruger
Dan Lawrence*
Keisuke Matsuno
Adam Miller
Manelich Minniefee
Jeremy Pickard
Davon Rainey
J.P. Schlegel
Adam H. Weinert
*appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association
Must human progress always end in destruction?  What are the risks we will take to restore our home?
Contemporary politics and childhood fantasies come crashing together in this unique event inspired the history of Appalachian coal mining.  Led by choreographer Adam H. Weinert, director Jeremy Pickard and composer Adam Miller, MARS features original dance, live music, graphic art and a strong ensemble of cross-disciplinary performers.
Our technology is opening new frontiers… and new mines.
We can go to Mars, hold the internet in our palm… and blow the tops off America’s oldest mountains.
The controversies and paradoxes of mining have never been more relevant.
In MARS, we explore these topics in our own unique way, and invite you to join in the adventure and the conversation.
Our residency at CPR is made possible by a grant from the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, “promoting vibrant communities, the performing arts and a sustainable environment.”
The rest of our budget (including artist fees) comes from individual giving.
Consider making a tax-deductible donation of any size with our fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas, by clicking HERE.  
All donors will be credited in our programs and receive our heartfelt thanks.

Off Center

•12/10/2012 • Leave a Comment

Off Center

OFF CENTER / Adam Weinert
Through the formation of a pop-up company, participants will investigate the institutional offerings and privatization of space around Lincoln Center, the world’s largest performing arts institution, as led by choreographer Adam Weinert. The company will physicalize its findings throughout this walk in a series of dance performances. No previous dance experience necessary.

This walk holds 8 people and will be held in English, though Adam also speaks French and Spanish.

Photo: Michael Hart

Click here for the wonderful review of “Off Center” in Untapped Cities. 10/4/12

re:re:re:relache as seen in papermag

•12/07/2012 • Leave a Comment

re:re:re:relache as seen in papermag

Our final moments in Ryan McNamara’s choreographed intervention into Performa’s Annual Gala

Eclipse at BAM

•12/04/2012 • Leave a Comment

Eclipse at BAM

several reviews below:

The Dancer (Fully) Exposed

•12/04/2012 • Leave a Comment

The Dancer (Fully) Exposed

The cover of the New York Times Arts Section Sunday August 19, 2012 featuring me in a strange article by Alastair Macaulay.  Click the photo to read the full article.

Called “bewitching” in The New York Times today

•07/29/2012 • Leave a Comment

Dance Listing by Siobhan Burke