The Men’s Dance Movement Project provides a unique opportunity for men with different life experience to enhance their creativity through developing and improving skills in dance, movement and improvisation techniques.
This one-day taster workshop includes stretch and strengthening exercises, warm up games and dance improvisations, which begin to unlock the individual’s creative potential. Participants can expect a fun and supportive environment with no judgement about their physicality or creativity.
There will be an opportunity to get to know new people through movement and a shared lunch. This is a once-off workshop which has potential to develop into a regular practice throughout 2015.
NB: people interested to continue will be encouraged to join The Men’s Movement Project as it works deeper into developing dramaturgical possibilities for performance.
WHEN: 10am – 4pm Sunday 16 November 2014
WHERE: Jasper Corner (Federal Community Hall & Church) 30mins inland from Byron Bay along Coolamon Scenic Dr.
COST: waged $50, concession $40
NOTE: Deadline for registration is 5pm Fri 7 Nov 2014.
About the facilitator:
Philip Channells is one of Australia’s leading dance practitioners. As the Creative Director of Dance Integrated Australia he is fiercely committed to the development of thriving artistic cultural communities that integrated people from diverse ages groups, backgrounds and life experience. Channells’ commitment to the development of dance and his expertise in developing dancer’s individual strengths is an extraordinary talent. With this he continues to inform our perspectives of people working creatively in dance and adds to the changing cultural landscape of Australian contemporary performing arts with great success.
For more information about Dance Integrated Australia visit www.philipchannells.com
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