Training - Workshop
Here in Performing Arts at the City of Brampton, we’re highlighting artists who are making change through their work, who can inspire us to make change in our lives and in our communities. This is a special chance to spend time in a workshop with one of the artists, delving deeper into the practice, in a breakout room.
Practicing Through Change
Presented by the PoundsART Channel by lbs/sq" performance.
Date & Time: Tuesday Sept. 22 from 1:00pm -3:00pm
Subsidized Rate - Free
Discounted Rate - $10
General Admission - $20
Pay It Forward (cost of admission + someone else's ticket) - $30
BODY SPACE CREATION PLACE
DATE: September 27
TIME: 2:00pm - 3:15pm
*Please note registration ends at 1pm the day of the workshop. If you are looking to sign up after this time, please email us at email@example.com
ONLINE VIA ZOOM
Staying well and active at home during this time of global uncertainty can be challenging for all of us as we strive to move forward together.
Aeris Körper is excited to announce that their popular fall Sunday Series classes will take place online. These classes are for everyone who enjoys using movement as a creative outlet. The only requirement is the desire to move and be open to learning.
ProArteDanza introduces ESTATEDANZA ! A week-long dance intensive for ages 15+ at the CNE Bandshell
Dates: Monday, August 31 to Friday, September 4
Time: 9:30am-1:30pm Advanced Level, 2:00-6:00pm Intermediate Level
Location: Bandshell Stage (CNE), 100 Prince Edward Island Crescent, Toronto
Faculty: Roberto Campanella, Johanna Bergfeldt, Pulga Muchochome, Jade Whitney, Sasha Ludavicius, Tori Mehaffey
This six-day online workshop brings together emerging choreographers interested in broadening their understanding of composition and choreographic thinking, and mid-career makers looking to refresh their practice in an environment of shared learning.
Amid the global pandemic, this workshop will take advantage of both the restrictions and benefits of online art making, using practical experiments, discussion and targeted research to support the deepening of each participant’s artistic practice.
Join Myseum of Toronto and Elder Duke Redbird for an online participatory experience examining the significance of dance in Indigenous culture. This workshop will provide an opportunity to learn Powwow dance from Angela Miracle Gladue (A Tribe Called Red).
This event, happening via Zoom, will feature a poetry reading by Elder Redbird, a dance performance by Nimkii Osawamick (Wolf Clan) and a performance and dance workshop facilitated by Angela Miracle Gladue.
As part of this Summer's Wigwam Chi-Chemung programming, Myseum of Toronto and Elder Dr. Duke Redbird present an online participatory experience examining the significance of dance in Indigenous culture, and an opportunity to learn Powwow dance.
Join us on Wednesday, August 19 from 1:00-2:15 PM EDT for this family friendly event, which is a unique opportunity to learn about and participate in Powwow dance from the comfort of your own space (home, office, etc.).
In this workshop we investigate the relationship and interdependence of solo practice and ensemble/collective action using the lens of improvisation.
Over the course of the four days, the artistic integrity of each voice is sharpened in conversation with the whole and a dialogue emerges as individual aesthetics meet, interact, and expand.