Resident Choreographer Jonah Bokaer and colleague James McGinn* will offer a Post-Contemporary Masterclass on the Ferst stage. A slight change to the previous Monday Night Movement Workshops, this evening is intended for intermediate to advanced level dancers. THIS MASTERCLASS IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Please RSVP at the following link: http://goo.gl/forms/4O08HU2qfU If you have any trouble accessing this link, RSVPs may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org *About the class, from James: Post-Contemporary Technique is a silent form of training that borrows an infinite number of materials from a variety of disciplines. The guide (instructor) generates a fractured practice constantly shifting mediums to offer a broad landscape of experiences including but in no way limited to traditional/ commercial/ folk/ classical/ social/ (post)modernist dance, sports/ martial arts training, meditation/ presence/ transcendence work, voice/ sound/ face projection, compositional/ improvisational scores, hair braiding and anything else existing as a source of technique or point of departure. Once lost in the shapeshifting abyss, we depart from this practice to work on building a phrase of referential juxtaposition, naming events as they solidify, working toward building a collage/mosaic of morphing images.
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