Conversation Between Art Forms [Workshop]

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Conversation Between Art Forms [Workshop]
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How to Build Your Repertoire Using Other People’s Artistic Languages

Monday, October 17th @ 7:00pm
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Workshop Description - This workshop is for artists who have a literacy in an artistic medium of their choice.
No previous experience necessary, workshop is targeted to artists who have a literacy in an artistic medium (be it writing, film, photography, dance, painting, an instrument, acting…etc.)
In this two-hour long workshop, attendees will experience a process personal to the artistic medium they choose to explore during the time. Through a series of tested warm ups, artists will initially discover some key components to how they themselves express some fundamental thoughts in their medium, and how they might convey these thoughts to an artist of another medium. We will work together and individually on these self-explorations, and then we will split into groups, each one led by Christin (a dancer), Daniel (an actor), or Josh (a cellist) to do more detail work and experimentation on using other mediums to bolster and enliven your own. We will then join together again and pair up to see how communication could work between participants and enjoy the creations that ensue.

Featuring - Lauren Hlubny is a NYC-based experimental theatre director who has been using multi-disciplinary communication in her work for the past 5 years. She specializes in creating conversations between mediums, two such examples include This Is Not A Table for Three (Seattle, 2014) and sans: an exposed dance-theatre experiment (running at The Pocket, The Slate, and the Seattle Demo Project through Oct 18th). The ensemble she works with in Seattle and who will be also teaching this workshop include Christin Call (co-founder of Coriolis Dance and professional contemporary ballet choreographer, dancer, and filmmaker), Joshua Dent (Nashville-based cellist, improvisation instructor, and composer) and Daniel Christensen (Seattle actor-about-town, credits include 14/48, Live Girls!, Annex, and many others).

Cost: $25 covers all tuition and supplies. If this cost is prohibitive, please talk to us. We can work out some other way for you to pay back The Pocket. Or if you’d like a breakdown of where the money will go please let us know.
Student cap is 25
Sign up by 5pm October 17th, 2016
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By: The Pocket Theater