Workshop in Physically Integrated Dance

When disabled and non-disabled movers enter the space, what can we create together? Developing an inclusive environment, this workshop invites you to explore your body in different ways. Through collaborative movement creation, strategic interpretation of each other’s movement vocabularies and deep investigation into our own moving bodies, we will surface the rich creative forces of our bodies and minds. All are welcome to join Laurel Lawson and Alice Sheppard. No prior movement experience is necessary. A maximum of 20 people can attend this event. To register, receive more information, or to request accommodations, contact Nate Besio at 802-861-3092 or nbesio@vcil.org

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I'm interested in: what defines a body? How do our bodies relate us - to each other, the world? My training and experience includes a wide breadth of contemporary, improvisational, and adaptive styles, with a childhood foundation in ballet, jazz, and modern dance. I have studied with integrated companies such as AXIS Dance, Stopgap, Candoco, as well as individual teachers, choreographers, and experienced performance mentors. My performance history ranges from yoga studios in small Vermont towns to Danspace St Mark's in New York City to festivals in the UK and Germany. I am available to teach - dance topics, adaptive strategies, and more; to perform; or to engage in the creation of new work.

Sponsor

The Flynn Center is a full-service home for the performing arts in the region; offers a wide range of cultural and educational experiences; and nurtures the creative development of performing artists.

When

October 28, 2019
6:00–7:30 PM

Cost

Free (but please pre-register)

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Published October 25, 2019