WORKSHOP SERIES | Dance is in Our Nature
MON-THU APRIL 25-28 @ 4-6PM
STUDIO 113 | ROBLE GYM
WORKSHOP PARTICIPATION FREE AND OPEN TO STANFORD STUDENTS
WED APRIL 27 WORKSHOP OPEN TO PUBLIC VIEWING**
**MASKS REQUIRED. As this event takes place during an academic course, masks will be required by all.
DANCE IS IN OUR NATURE is a movement-based research LAB designed to embody radical presence, develop self-listening and cultivate the body’s resistance. The LAB explores environmental motifs on the body as a means of strengthening our skills as dancers, our shared community, Earth and the practice of dance performance as Sacred Activism.
The workshops will offer participants an experience of how their bodies directly influence their art, their lives and their artistic expression. We will evaluate what aspects of ourselves we use in our creative processes and what aspects actually require development to encourage ourselves to go beyond patterns of comfort and habit, designs for expanding skills of performance, listening and relationship
The LAB is open to dancers and actors who enjoy being physical and taking creative risks. Experience is welcome, but not necessary.
ABOUT CAMILLE HANSON. Camille Hanson is a choreographer/director/dancer based in Madrid, Spain working at the forefront of contemporary dance and producing a body of work acclaimed for its environmental and social commitment. Originally from Minnesota, Camille is an experienced master teacher focusing on bringing forth participants’ skills through guidance and training in the tools of modern dance improvisation – a beautiful technique for both classical and modern dancers, and instrumental for other artistic disciplines.
Sponsored by Planet Earth Arts in collaboration with Aleta Hayes, Senior Lecturer & Dance Concentration Advisor
For further information contact Aleta Hayes at email@example.com