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Workshop / Movement Scores with G.O.D.S
10:00 on 2 December 2018
The Common Guild, 21 Woodlands Terrace, G3 6DF
Workshop / Movement Scores with Glasgow Open Dance School (G.O.D.S)
Sunday 2 December, 10 – 5pm
Taking Janice Kerbel’s synchronised swimming performance ‘Sink’ as a starting point, this workshop will explore the use of “movement scores” as a tool for exploring, learning and sharing dance. The workshop will take place at The Common Guild, beginning with an introduction to Janice Kerbel’s current exhibition ‘Notes from Sink: A Routine for 24 Women’ followed by a workshop with artists Julia Scott and Ashanti Harris where we will create and respond to movement scores which question and play with how we can physically, collectively and individually be in movement, re-defining our relationship to space, our environment and each other.
This workshop is free but limited, to book your place please email email@example.com or call us on 0141 428 3022.
G.O.D.S was founded in 2011 by artists Romany Dear, Julia Scott and Ashanti Harris, who continue to programme and facilitate the G.O.D.S activities. Glasgow Open Dance School (G.O.D.S) is a not for profit, community organisation, which facilitates free dance and movement, focused activities in different locations in Glasgow.