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Workshop > Working With – New Approaches Together
8th June | 2 pm to 6 pm
Centro de Reabilitação de Paralisia Cerebral Calouste Gulbenkian
Inclusive Dance

This workshop is based on the practice and discoveries of our eight years of artistic experimentation and friendship. Initially founded in a studio-based dance practice and a developed body-specific movement technique, more recently we have tested the limits of what is possible together in more visible, public spaces. Design of simple objects, embedded within collaborative choreographic actions, become important and economical solutions that overcome complex, body-specific challenges such as sitting together on grass or moving over rough ground.

 

ENTRY FORM

 

Instructor | | Robbie Synge, Julie Cleves | UK

Venue | Centro de Paralisia Cerebral da Calouste Gulbenkian

Language | English

Schedule | 8 June. 3pm to 6pm 

Entrance | 15€

Registrations | Until 7th of June

Target Audience | Interpreters, dancers, DLA's (daily life assistants), technicians and all the interested in movement with and without disability.

 

PAYMENT

The registration is only considered valid with the pre-payment through bank transfer (deadline untill 24h before the workshop starts) and you must send the invoice scanned to inscricoes@voarte.com 

 

PAYMENT DATA

Associação Vo’Arte (Ana Rita Barata)

NIB | 0033 0000 4545 8134 8060 5

Millennium BCP


GENERAL INFORMATIONS

www.voarte.com

+INFO

Julie Cleves is a London-based performance and dance artist and works with dance and theatre companies nationally and internationally including Graeae (London), Scottish Dance Theatre and SPINN (Sweden).

Robbie Synge is an artist based in the Highlands, Scotland and works alone, locally and nationally with untrained or non-professional participants, often outdoors or out-with typical studio environments.

 

Together, their eight years practice  has slowly evolved from a private dance studio-based activity, to an increasingly social practice in public spaces. Motivated by a desire to get out of the studio and to share simple and everyday experiences, they have proactively addressed and documented specific challenges bound with economic and accessibility issues. While their practice has remained intimate, it has become more visible and typically prompts thought and dialogue around perceptions and politics of disability, body, gender, privilege, opportunity and more.

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