[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Dance TAG this Sunday at the CEC, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Madeline Cantor mcantor at brynmawr.edu
Thu Mar 22 10:57:39 EDT 2018


On Sunday the sun will be shining and this snow will be a distant memory. Celebrate by joining Dance TAG (Teaching Artist Group) for a special workshop on THE TOOLBOX: MIND, MOVEMENT AND METHODS led by Elizabeth Johnson and Jame McCray from the Dance Exchange, the groundbreaking company from outside DC. The workshop will focus on tools drawn from the Dance Exchange's extraordinary toolbox for developing movement and choreography with applications ranging from schools to community work to dance companies. The workshop will have you moving with meaning, and creating choreography from content. Learn and practice methods for devising original work and generating movement in an environment that cultivates creativity, curiosity, and collaboration.


Details:

Sunday, March 25 from 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Community Education Center, 3500 Lancaster Ave, Phila 19104

The workshop is FREE. RSVP here<mailto:info at philadanceprojects.org>.

For those who will be driving, there is free parking for participants in the lot behind the building. From 34th Street (which runs one-way, south) turn right on Filbert, and bear right on Warren St.


Elizabeth (EJ) Johnson is a choreographer, dancer, and educator with a focus in socially engaged dance practices. EJ connects communities through choreography, creating dance that promotes civic dialogue, and designing participatory experiences that apply artistic practices in multiple contexts. She has a particular interest in working with youth and elders; developing embodied structures for science learning; and promoting leadership development through the arts. EJ has been connected to Dance Exchange since 1998 and is currently an Associate Artistic Director and Director of Partnerships. Jamē McCray is an interdisciplinary ecologist working at the intersections of ecology, human behavior and the performing arts. Also a dancer and choreographer, she collaborates on ecological theater and dance projects as a way to bridge the gap between scientific knowledge and societal action. Jamē has developed science education programs for a wide variety of audiences, from K-16 students to adults. Currently she works as an environmental social scientist for Delaware Sea Grant and is an associate artist with the Dance Exchange.


The artists are also presenting a workshop Feedback that Nurtures: Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process earlier in the day from 12:00 - 3:00 at the Friends Center, 1501 Cherry St., co-sponsored by the Bartol Foundation and the Tyler School of Art. Free. Register at bartol.org






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