Compostable Feminisms: Decomposing Dances

Contributed By:  Rosemary Hannon & Miriam Wolodarski

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Contemporary dance class with Rosemary Hannon & Miriam Wolodarski:
– Experiential Anatomy
– Choreographic Motifs/Phrases/Coordinations
– Improvisation and Composition: frames, scores, experiments
– Awareness Practices and Open Discussions

Feminism awakens the moment we take note of imbalances of power, but it does not end there; it blossoms into new ways of being. We are interested in ways of moving/dancing together that resist the teleology of self improvement, that turn to felt, bodily sensations. We’re interested in structures and practices that support politics of refusal, of unknowing, of listening, of decomposing, of yielding. This is a class that asks: “What does a feminist dance practice feel like?” The idea is not to answer the question, but rather drift in sensation, leaning into supports in order to touch the unknown, noticing and valuing places of ambiguity and ephemerality.

Dates:  Fridays, Oct 7- Dec 16
Time:  10:00am-12:00pm
Location:  Berkeley Finnish Hall
Location Address:  

1970 Chestnut Street

Contact Information:  

mwolodarski@gmail.com

Cost:  $20 suggested, NOTAFLOF
DG Member Discount:  $15
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