Archive | August 2018 Summer Workshops

AXIS Dance Company Summer Intensive & Teacher Training 2018

Module 1: Aug. 6-8
Module 2: Aug. 9-11
Module 3: Aug. 13-15
10am-5pm Daily
Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts, Oakland

Cost: One Module- $350 | Two Modules- $625 | Three Modules- $900 *limited half and full scholarships available

Learn new skills in three different modules derived from the company’s working ethos and repertoire that will enhance and develop your own practice in improvisation, choreography, performance, and dance education. Modules led by AXIS’ Artistic Director Marc Brew and taught by AXIS Company Dancers.

Application closes April 16th, please contact info@axisdance.org for more information.

http://www.axisdance.org/2018-summer-intensive/

Hamster Dance Summer Camp: Week Two

Mon-Fri, Aug 6-10, 9am-3pm
Studio 200, SF

Cost: $300, save $25 when you also register for Week One (Jun 25-29)

For kids 4-10 years old. The day begins with free play, followed by dance games and movement exploration, outdoor lunch (bring your own) and playtime at our neighborhood playground. Then it’s back to the studio for crafting, art making, and different movement play each day (hip hop, capoeira, etc.). Hamster Dance Camps is led by Mary Carbonara , with guest artists.

Contact: director@studio200.org

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Spiraldynamik® Introductory Workshop

Sat, Aug 11, 9:30am-4:30pm
Studio 200, SF

Cost: $200.00
DG Member discount: $50 off, use code: Want to see this content? We want you to, too! or Join as an Individual or Company Member. Resources and notices for auditions, jobs, grants and discounts are a BENEFIT to our PAID members. To upgrade your membership or to join for the first time click here. Individual and Company Members do not have access to resources for fiscally sponsored projects. To learn more about fiscal sponsorship, click here. Questions? Contact andrea@dancersgroup.org

Spiraldynamik® is a combination of the art and science of anatomically correct movement. This workshop is basic introduction to the Spiraldynamik® principles, with special attention to leg alignment and the 3-dimensional foot. It is designed for movers of all disciplines, physiotherapists and movement instructors. Taught by Shonach Mirk Robles, internationally regarded Spiraldynamik® educator.

Contact: director@studio200.org

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Foundations Course Level 2 – Developing & Implementing Dance Curricula – B

Mon-Fri, Aug 6-10, 9am-5pm
Luna Dance Institute, Berkeley

Cost: $550
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Take your teaching practice to the next level while inspiring the dance-maker in yourself – and in your students! In DIDC-B you will learn to create curricular units; deepen your understanding of development, the elements of dance & learning theories: investigate the art of choreography & meaning-making; develop your own teaching pedagogy. Scheduled back-to-back with DIDC-A so you can take both.

Contact: jperena@lunadanceinstitute.org

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Framing & Re-Framing Phrasework

Fri, Aug 10, 4-6pm; Sat, Aug 11, 3-5 pm; Sun, Aug 12, 3-6pm
Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, Berkeley

Cost: $140

Come study with choreographer and teaching artist Abigail Hosein! Day 1, a focus on quickly seeing and physically integrating new material. Day 2, brings the choreographer’s voice into the process as a phrase is reworked and detailed. Day 3, will allow the dancers to personally manipulate the material, presenting their own interpretation. Peer feedback & video self-observation to study habits.

Contact: jill@shawl-anderson.org

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The French Sessions®

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Two one-week Sessions in classical ballet technique (French school) for serious Intermediate and Advanced Students aged 11 to 20. Instructors: Pascale Leroy and Pierre Vilanoba.

Advanced (4.5hrs): technique, batterie/pointe, rep/partnering
Intermediate (3hrs): technique, batterie/pointe, repertoire

Contact: (415) 890-3436; info@thefrenchessions.org

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FACT/SF: Summer Dance Lab

Sun-Fri, Aug 12-17, 10am-4pm
Joe Goode Annex, SF

Cost:$400
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The 2018 Summer Dance Lab is a unique and integrated introduction to cutting-edge and practical approaches to contemporary dance training. The Dance Lab offers Countertechnique, Forsythe Working Methods, Improvisation, and FACT/SF Repertory as catalysts for inquiry, discovery, and discussion. Faculty: Joy Davis, Nicole Peisl, Charles Slender-White.

Contact: workshop@factsf.org

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Historical Dance at Play

Thu-Sun, Aug 2-5, 9am – 6:30pm
San Jose State University, Washington Square Hall studios 201/204, San Jose

Cost: $350-$425

Dancing masters such as Gottfried Taubert in 1717 and Henry Cellarius in the 1840’s encourage a sense of “play” in the ballroom. In this workshop participants will look at historical dance and period concepts of creativity, improvisation and the responsibility of the dancer/performer to express their individual style. Professional dancers, teachers, students, musicians, ballroom dancers are all welcome.

Contact: (323) 791-6769; jen@sfrenaissancedancers.org

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