Venue, Timing and Cost
When: 16 September from 13:00-16:00
Where: Multi-Purpose Room (in basement), Oxford University Club, 11 Mansfield Road, Oxford, OX1 3SZ. Note: everyone welcome including non-club/non-university members.
Cost: Free if you intend to participate in the Garden Dance or otherwise £10. Note: Experience dancers may attend without charge to assist with the teaching and learning.
Class for beginners in dancing contact improvisation or those wanting a refresher (1-3pm with dance session ‘jam’ 3-4 pm). If you have little or no experience of dancing contact improvisation and wish to participate in the Garden Dance then please join this workshop. You’ll also need to attend the Composition Workshop too to dance in the Garden Dance (see below).
Contact improvisation is a dance which originated in the 1970’s and which has now spread throughout the world. It’s often taught in university dance courses but it’s easy to learn and fun. It’s an improvised dance – a dialogue in movement – which has a fluid and dynamic form.
Please wear loose clothing and bring a water bottle. The teacher is Andrew Wood.
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