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23Feb
Somatic Approaches to Technique by Paige Culley
11:00 AM - 11:59 PM Sony Centre For The Performing Arts
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Date: February 23, 2019 to February 23, 2019
Where: Sony Centre For The Performing Arts, 1 Front St E,, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5E 1B2
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Event Type: Arts & Theater
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Somatic Approaches to Technique by Paige CulleyDance Class for Intermediate/Advanced Dancers Saturday, February 23, 201911:00am - 12:00pm (Doors 10:30am)Sony Centre Rehearsal Hall Capacity: 10 people Registration is required (no drop-in spots available). The $5 fee is fully refundable and only required to reserve a spot. Ages 16 and up. Please see below for registration details!DescriptionThrough studying the materiality and impact of our bodies, ways of seeing while being seen inform ever-changing alignments. Cycling through past and evolving (un)trainings, both subtle and demanding, dancing is a way to keep track. With an intense attachment to recommitting, what is it to move freely? What is it to share this as part of a living environment? Curving as linear, undulating to tremor, emotional/chemical matter waving, exchanging and circulating meaning through movements and moments and being with others. Drawing from a variety of performance/training experiences, this workshop invites all bodies and their beings to listen closely, brave themselves, and honour their dances. Paige Culley BiographyPaige Culley, a graduate of the School of Toronto Dance Theatre's professional training program, is a dance artist based in Montréal. Culley has performed and worked extensively with Compagnie Marie Chouinard, Daina Ashbee, Danièle Desnoyers, and Dana Gingras, and in collaborations spanning film, performance and new music settings with artists including Albéric Aurtenèche, Mich Cota, Dae Courtney, Louis Dufort, Emily Gan, Lucy May, Tedd Robinson, Marten Spangberg and Doris Uhlich. Culley is the recipient of the Hnatyshyn Developing Artist Grant for contemporary dance, the 2012 danceWEB scholarship at ImPulsTanz, and the "Découverte" award at the Prix de la Danse de Montréal. Proceeding with gratitude, she acknowledges the many forces who have nourished and embodied the movements and traditions from which she receives so much. Class Location & Arrival Information Location: The S