Following on from our December 2018 classes, we’re bringing Charlie back to run a full day workshop.

Scroll down to book – new online system! Click on the calendar to book for separate days, or see 2 day ticket reduced option.

Mover, Moving, Moved

Space, sensation and action.

The workshop plays with a number of different ways in of noticing and cultivating instructions for movement.

We’ll start with some skeletal images, connecting our own movement to space and to others as a direct and supportive means of bringing ourselves into action.

We’ll move and watch each other as we move.

Some of the following ideas will support a full day of dancing together:

That space makes movement possible; that time makes movement possible; that the body is the mind; that imagination is a physical and evolutionary phenomenon – which has developed in relation to the environment and other living things; that movement is always relational; that it’s all a matter of perspective; that curiosity and enthusiasm go hand in hand

My workshops are part of my own movement and performance practice. They are a place for ensemble engagement learning and discovery.

Come and take part.

www.charliemorrissey.com

 

More from our Summer workshop series:

Karen Nelson

Eco-Practice with Kip Johnson

Summer series – book all 4 days

These will be followed by 3 days of workshops being run by Rubicon:

Wed 17 July – Paul Kitcher (Fallen Angels)

Thurs 18 July – Dance and Dementia

Fri 19 July – Safe Practice

Contact Rubicon for details

 

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