Image courtesy of Daniel Kordik
In June, Hamish and Martine gave a movement workshop to library staff at University College London as part of their Staff Conference day.
Participants were invited to move through the space in simple but less usual ways, and used guided improvisation games to enhance their awareness of one another.
We received very positive feedback from this session!
“Great fun. Invigorating, playful. Would do it again and recommend it to others”.
“Brilliant! I didn’t quite know what to expect but I’m glad I stayed. It was great fun, very enjoyable and I feel energised”.
The evening runs from 6-9pm. There’s free entry, a cheap bar, great performances and post performance drinks at a pub nearby.
Hope to see you there!
We’re really excited about some performances and workshops we’ve got coming up, starting with Space is the Place, a movement workshop we’re running at University College London. In the autumn we’re doing a workshop and performance at The Science Museum’s Dana Centre as part of their season on Artificial Intelligence, and we’re also lucky enough to be performing at Chisenhale Dance Space in a night curated by Agony Art.
More news to follow but on the subject of Artificial Intelligence take a look at this: is this really dancing?