Boston Cyberarts 2005 Festival Event

Venue:   

Sat 04/30/2005


A 3-hr Workshop taught by Elaine Summers
About Kinetic Awareness: “There are many applications and levels of Summers' Kinetic Awareness work. Most individuals, including those who eventually incorporate Kinetic Awareness into their own work, initially come to study because they have an injury or other problem with their bodies. Training and maintaining the body is the central concern of dancers and the reason why many major dancers in New York have ended up on Summers' floor. KA does not substitute one system of movement for another, but by learning how the body works-physically, physiologically and psychologically---students can reclaim their bodies as their own. Trisha Brown believes all dancers should study with Summers because of the sensitivity to the body Summers' training imparts and Summers' ability to analyze error in dance movement. "Ann-Sargent Wooster "Moving to Dance"
THE DRAMA REVIEW DANCE/MOVEMENT ISSUE VOL 24 #4 DEC. 1980.P.66

This event is part of Ideas in Motion: Innovation in Dance, Movement & Technology, a 2005 Boston Cyberarts Conference and event series.

Sat, April 30, 2–5pm

Admission $40/$35 for professional dancers/bodyworkers. Please register by April 20th, limit 15 students

To register call 617.718.9333 or 718.986.3114 or email *protected email*
For direction www.casania.com



Location:
Venue: 
46 Porter Road
Cambridge, MA 02140 
phone: 718-986-3114
email: moc.s1558378627evoml1558378627aciti1558378627rc@as1558378627sila1558378627

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