Online Mondays from 5-6 pm with Dani Robbins, starting May 11
$5-$10 per class
In this short creative practice, we will work to make space in ourselves for creativity and hope. We will arrive in our own making spaces together. Using writing, drawing, movement, and working with household materials, we will discover the play and curiosity at the root of improvisation. Open to bodies of all abilities and experiences. Classes held live via ZOOM.
Ages 14+ Suggested donation is $5-10 per class.
Dani Robbins holds a B.A. in contemporary performance from Bennington College. They have taught and performed their own work internationally and throughout New England. They have been hosted as an Acadia National Park Artist in Residence, work as a director for Acadia Community Theater, and are the current Dance Coordinator for ArtWaves MDI.
Suggested donation of $5-10 per class.
This class looks to engage young dancers in both modern dance and improvisation. We will begin with structured improvisation as a way to connect with our bodies and explore new movement. Then, drawing on various techniques within modern dance, we will work on alignment, weight, and fluidity in a way that is appropriate for our individual dance spaces at home. In addition to learning technique, this class will help young dancers to remain active and connect with other moving artists. Classes held live via ZOOM. Ages 12+
Zoe's Bio: Born in Westchester County, NY and raised in Connecticut, Zoe Brodsky is a passionate dancer who began her training at the age of 11. She received her BA from Goucher College, where she double majored in psychology and dance. Zoe has worked with artists such as Keisha Turner, Iquail Shaheed, Rick Southerland, Shani Collins Achille, Stephanie Powell, Milton Myers, Noa Tsuk, and Roni Chadash. She has attended the ACDA Mid-Atlantic Region Conference, DASH Ensemble’s summer intensive, RIOULT Dance NY’s Winter Exposure Series, and spent a semester in Israel with DanceJerusalem. Zoe is specifically interested in pursuing dance pedagogy and dance performance in genres such as modern, contemporary, and improvisation.