So what is movement anyway? Discover the answers during this week-long choreology intensive, online and from the comfort of your own home.
The week will be an opportunity to research and explore movement and reflect how this can be embodied in your own practice. It will significantly change and improve your creative practice. There are eight bursaries available to cover the entire costs of the intensive.
The week will include
- An introduction to innovative and exciting choreological practice
- Creating, performing and observing movement
- Discussion and dialogue
- An exploration of current developments of choreological movement theories and their specific application to contemporary performing arts disciplines
Who is this for?
The course is suitable for practitioners, 18yrs+ from different backgrounds and disciplines, interested in movement, choreography, acting, performance, circus, physio and directing or teaching. No previous experience of movement analysis theories is required.
You will need access to a computer or tablet with video and sound to participate.
Join us on the journey to reveal fascinating insights about what we look at when we watch performance and how expression is controlled, created and communicated.
“Fascinating, absorbing and exciting. The choreological understanding will change your professional practice significantly”
Dates: Mon 5 – Fri 9 July 2021
Time: 10.30 – 15.30/16.00
Our fees for 2021 are reduced, due to delivery online.
Trinity Laban Alumni rate: £235
We have bursaries available for 8 dance teachers/artists based in the UK. This will cover the cost of the intensive fee.
The 2021 HMW timetable will explore the below, as well as be responsive to the group;
Welcome and intro
Introducing the functional body and the body as instrument and its application in practice
Exploring dynamic principles and writing dance
Exploring body language and relationships
Applying our practice & reflection
There will be plenty of breaks and tasks both on and off screen. Expect to Move, discuss, observe and share practice.