Sussex Dance Network Members are invited to help local choreographer Katie Dale-Everett research her new work ‘Empa’ supported by Studio Wayne McGregor and Arts Council England National Lottery funding.
This workshop is for anybody and everybody no matter your age and experience.
Photographer: Jane Russell
About the workshop
The workshop will explore how we relate, respond, learn about and teach others about our selves. Please bring a significant object, photograph and another photograph of you when you were younger. Depending on the research outcomes of Katie Dale-Everett Dance’s first five days of research and development prior to this workshop, the workshop may or may not involve the use of technology. Please note photographs and film will be taken.
This research is an acknowledgement of the fact that how we perceive people is not necessarily how they feel/see themselves. It is an enquiry into how technology can help bridge the gap for the better, increasing intimacy and understanding and enable us to see others and self more truthfully, differently and clearly. It explores in the moment choreographic decision, action and response, questions vulnerability and openness and explores internal and external in a literal and embodied senses. It investigates commonalities and differences and researches if there’s a discrepancy in appearance and feeling. It helps to find opportunities for technology to connect people in a world where often it removes us from others.
Katie is the Artistic Director of Katie Dale-Everett Dance, providers of high-quality digital choreography, for stage, film, educational and audio participatory settings. Recognised by The Points Associate Artist Scheme and Studio Wayne McGregor’s QuestLab Network to name a few her inclusive approach has been programmed in eight UK counties. Katie is currently supported by Studio Wayne McGregor through the Questlab Network Programme and Arts Council England National Lottery Funding.
Please meet outside Varndean College reception. If you are late, please call 07748288479.
Bookings are closed for this event.
Date(s) - Saturday 2 November, 2019
10:10am - 12:50pm
Dance Studio, Vardean College