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The Art Sport of CI and performance scores

Every Tuesday night in May / 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Studio Lucie Grégoire
4416 St Laurent, 3rd floor (corner Mt-Royal), Montreal

Andrew de Lotbinière Harwood

These weekly intermediate level classes are for practitioners with a solid ongoing experience of a year or more in CI and is not for those who are beginning this practice or who do it only on an erratic basis.

Registration necessary by sending an email to: a1harwood@yahoo.ca 
To reserve your place, send a $10 NON-REFUNDABLE e-transfer via Interac to Andrew Harwood.
The balance ($15) is due in cash on the evening of the class.

01. Art Sport Andrew

In the beginning, contact improvisation was tagged with the term “art sport” which resonates deeply with me. Can we apply and combine our artistic and sensual athleticism and non-competitive sporting side while integrating a global awareness and compositional inclination as we dance?
Credit: Andrew Harwood

While focusing on the dynamics and subtleties of touch, tone, texture, weight, momentum, and moving support, we will consider how a lightly held compositional awareness and feeling can support our efforts to connect and find meaning when we are dancing.

The workshop will involve specific improvisation investigations, perceptual tunings, principles of design and performance scores aimed at integrating CI within a greater creative universe. This work can be viewed not only as a means for creative expression but as a process for developing our capacity to collaborate and build a community that holds space for each individual.

02. Andrew

Biography of Andrew: details

Credit: Patrick Beelaert

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