We will tune to our immediate internal and external environments, considering 'how do we locate' in our bodies? In these times? In each moment? Where do our voices live? Through exploration of the sound/movement voice/body connections, we explore and discover with listening as the foundation. We activate our senses, perceptions, imaginations.
This is a workshop in movement / sound improvisation open to all levels. Everyone welcome.
This movement experience is meant to connect you to the autonomy that is rightly yours! Through movement, stillness, sound, and being in community with one another we will collectively explore what it feels like to do whatever you want with your body in whatever way feels right to you.
The plan is as follows:
-free form movement
Passing Project Immersive
Led by Tracy Penfield & Tess Holbrook of Passing Project
We are thrilled to introduce the first Junction Dance Festival, a three-day dance fest to expose and share with the community the wonderful talent of local amateur and professional dance artists. 40+ dancers from Vermont, New Hampshire and beyond will be gathering in downtown White River Junction for a whole week-end and will introduce you to their specific dance style and mode of choreographic expression.
Join an expert arborist and aerialist team for a unique outdoor workshop where you learn the ropes of climbing as well as flex your creative spirit from the safety of harness dancing. For any curious movers - aerialist, climber, researcher, dancer, arborist, acrobat, explorer - ascend into a world of aerial exploration and personal discovery with nature as your creative backdrop. No prior experience necessary, just your desire and openness to move your body and commiserate with nature.
Dive into the intricacies of ballet styles and techniques with the groundbreaking company. Part of DTH's third summer residency.
Wed, July 20, 6-7:30 pm, on campus, Garage 131
Led by Sanford Placide, this intermediate-level class offers participants the chance to utilize basic classical ballet techniques in contemporary work.
Mountain Movement Intensive is a week-long intensive led by Jeremy Cline at The Sable Project in Stockbridge, VT. Designed for dancers, circus artists, physical actors, creative athletes, directors, and choreographers, time will be split between movement technique class and the creation of a new work, which will be presented on the last day of the intensive to the Sable/Stockbridge community.