We Are Now

Hannah Buckley’s morning sessions with Groundwork are part of her work in progress intergenerational project We Are Now.

Morning sessions will use movement practices inspired by the American choreographer Deborah Hay, creative movement, improvised tasks and relaxation exercises.

The session is open to people of all ages, family or non related.
The session is open to any level of movement experience.

We Are Now is an ongoing video series and eventually an intergenerational live performance.

All elements of We Are Now celebrate intergenerational exchange and women.


 

Hannah Buckley is joining Groundwork Pro as part of our event series:

Representation of the People: Act

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote, join Groundwork as we host a series of talks and events to question ‘Where are we now?’. With 3  exceptional women joining us to discuss their politics, practice and personal journeys we will continue conversations around gender equality and examine action in our art form.

An access fund is available for Wales based artists who may need assistance with travel, accommodation, childcare, costs associated with disabled access or other costs incurred.

Classes operate on a drop in basis, 4 places are bookable in advance if your circumstances require (i.e travelling to attend, or you need to arrange assistance or childcare) please contact us to book.

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