DITA, Open Improvisation w/Marlee Grace wsg. Fiona Dickinson
Join us in welcoming Marlee Grace and Fiona Dickinson
Open Improvisation (all levels, all movers)
Sunday January 27th, 2019
Meijer-Royce Center for Dance
341 Ellsworth Ave SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
$17 Advanced General
$15 Advanced Professional/Dance Educator
$13 Seasonal advanced ($65)
Pre-registration provided by ArtPeers: https://artpeers.org/pre-registration/
Day of Class
For dancers 16+ years old ~ for more information contact Amy Wilson at [email protected]
composition and choice making through movement
Join Marlee Grace for a workshop in improvising as a tool for performance, choice making, and composition. We’ll work through solo movement, duets, and group work – playing with space and generosity, spontaneity and thoughtfulness, solitude and togetherness.
We’ll look at different ways to discover your own movement vocabulary as well as collaborate with others
No dance experience required, just a willingness to move your body
No moves to learn! All movement generated from your self
Marlee Grace is a dancer and a writer who uses improvisation as a method for creating new works, hosting artists at her residency and studio CENTER, and being in the world.
Marlee has a BFA in Dance from the University of Michigan and documents her dance practice on the Instagram account @personalpractice which has been featured in the Huffington Post and the New York Times
Fiona Dickinson is a British songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and music educator currently residing in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Along with her work arranging strings for the ambient noise project, Saltbreaker, Fiona has a lengthy list of collaborations on stage and in the studio. She also has a background in composition for independent film and live score for site-specific performance with dance, video, and analog projection.