Workshop in Amsterdam

Workshop in Amsterdam

16/01/16 - 17/01/16
00:00 - 00:00

1001_364As part of the yearly program of Intensive Dance Weekend Workshops that will happen in Amsterdam in 2016 to enrich and gather dancers and movers from different backgrounds – Contact Impro, Contemporary, Improvisers, Instant Composition and more
It is a pleasure to invite Charlie Morrissey, Johan Nilson, Matan Levkowich, Tim O’donell and Linda Bufali to teach and share their work in Amsterdam.

Come and open the year with Charlie Morrissey’s work, once again in Amsterdam.

Studio Singel, Eerstre Nassaustraat 7, Amsterdam

Saturday-Sunday, 16-17.1.2016, 11:00 – 17:00 (12 hours)

How much?
There will be 5 workshops this year with different teachers –
1st workshop – 130 euros
2nd workshop – 120 euros
3rd workshop – 110 euros
4th workshop – 100 euros
5th workshop – 90 euros

* in case of cancellation 30 euros admission fees will be charged
** Refund is not possible 2 weeks before workshop starts

Registration –
Pay to
Yaniv Ginton
IBAN: NL94ABNA0454212038
Comment: Charlie Workshop – YOUR FULLNAME

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Mention in the comments – “Registration – Charlie Workshop”, YOUR FULL NAME and Email Address.
mention if you paid for the workshop already
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Hope to dance with you soon,
Yaniv (and supporting crew 🙂 )

Mass, imagination and motion

This workshop will take a variety of pathways in to exploring the body in motion, and explores different ways of imagining and experiencing the body in relation to it’s interior; to other bodies and to space and environment.

We will explore the body as substance, structure, and as a perceptual and imaginative proposition.

The workshop focuses on the body as skeletal structure; as a mass of molecules in relation to the physical forces exerted upon it from within and without; and the body as a constantly shifting perceptual experience set into motion by the imagination. These different ways of contextualizing the body will be playfully explored through practical exercises and improvisational scores, working solo, ensemble and in partnerwork.

This work grows out of influences including: Contact Improvisation; Steve Paxton’s Material for the Spine; Lisa Nelson’s Tuning Scores; Charlie’s own research and ongoing movement, teaching and performance practices; and more recent readings, conversations with scientists and artists, and practical explorations which explore relationships between mind and body/moving and thinking.

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