Training - Workshop
Anna Halprin is a pioneer of experimental art and widely known as the “mother of contemporary dance.” I came across some video footage of Anna teaching a workshop in Paris, France, and I felt deeply moved when she addressed the participants by speaking the following message:
COMMUNITY CALL!! Come dance with Karen Kaeja in rehearsal! February 22nd or February 23, 2018 from 2:30pm-4pm at the Dovercourt House, 2nd Floor (805 Dovercourt Ave., T.O.)
Open invitation to volunteer community non-pro and pro people who want to dance! If you love to move and want to be moved, we welcome you to participate. You will be involved in our research leading to a performance in 2020.
Quinte Ballet School of Canada is pleased to announce the return of 'Dancing With Parkinson's @ QBSC, an 8-week workshop that takes place on Thursdays from 11am to 12pm until March 1, 2018. Although classes have started in this session, registrations are still welcomed! To register, please contact Laura Ryan at email@example.com
We’re so excited to announce our March Break Camp happening March 12-16 2018 at City Centre Dance
AM Group: 10am-1pm - Ages 5-10 years old
PM Group: 2pm-5pm - Ages 10-16 years old
Expand your dance knowledge as your child goes through 2-hours of dance classes and 1 hour of a composition class. Students will learn various styles of dance throughout the week such as Contemporary, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Jazz-Funk, and more. Parents will also have a performance to look forward to by the end of the week as students will prepare an in-house showing by the end of the week.
Indy LDN is an exciting opportunity delivered by The ARTS Project for London and area artists of all disciplines to work together and develop interesting new work. This is a two-week-long, rapid-creation, artist residency, which will include side projects, community workshops, open rehearsals, an umbrella project, and an open lab performance. It is a unique opportunity that is not to be missed. Indy LDN is modelled after The Indy Convergence program based out of Indianapolis.
Join Hannah for two hours of guided improvisation exercises and contemporary dance technique to explore ways of creating meaningful connections within ourselves, with others, and with the space around us.
Date: Sunday, Feb. 18th, 2018
Times: 1:30-3:30pm (youth) and 4-6pm (adult)
Location: 629 Dundas St. (near Adelaide St.)
Cost: Pay what you can
I am so very excited to share with you the first Trisha Brown Dance Company Intensive to take place in Toronto (or Canada, for that matter!). Please help spread the word far and wide. Pre-registration begins March 1st and spots will be limited. Generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 4th - 8th, 2018, 805 Dovercourt Road, 2nd flr. Toronto, Ontario.
11:00-1:00pm - Warm Up Class, 1:45-5:00pm - Technique and Repertory Workshop
Join Donna Krasnow for
- L1 C-I Training Teacher Course & Certification (July 29 - August 3, daytime)
- L2 C-I Training Teacher Course & Certification (August 7-9, daytime)
- Limón Technique Teacher Course (August 7-14, evenings)
For information, contact Andrea Downie: email@example.com
I will be hosting and facilitating a movement-based expressive arts workshop in Toronto on Sunday, February 25th, from 1-3pm. I look foreword to bringing my own background and skills to the group, and, most of all, I am eager to take part alongside participants in this learning and change journey through art exploration. I will be designing activities that explore ways of “pressing refresh”. We need safe spaces to “play” and get back to a more “beginner’s mind”. In so doing, art-making brings us into a deeper awareness, illuminating patterns and fostering authenticity.
This gathering is a participant or student run experimental practice, exploration, and collaborative learning of the art of butoh dance.
The impetus for the group is to explore the transformative and healing potentials of embodied movement, to co-create non-habitual styles of moving which embrace the unconventional, and explore the interstice of movement and sound/voice (as well as other art forms) for the purposes of activating and freeing self expression, as well as connecting to the more than human.