Robin Dunn’s F.A.C.E. method (Focus, Attitude, Confidence, Energy and Eye Contact) is a formal personal coaching technique designed to aid artists and business professionals with attaining their ultimate power on stage, on camera and in the work place.
Guided by Anya Clarke Artistic Director of MICHIYAYA Dance, She starts with a simple warm-up, followed by anatomical and imagery-driven prompts. Movers are encouraged to explore their natural style of movement and own bodies. These sessions serve as a safe space for people to gain self-awareness, build connections with others, and experiment.
Chalvar’s workshop is centered around articulation of the body and musical impulses. Participants will take part in creating a world where music serves as a primary tool of call & response for dance making.
Antonio Brown’s piece is a thriving work that showcases the dynamics between music and the relationships it creates within the human body. Creating connections through actual touch and dynamic pulsing sounds the artist will take you on a journey of inner and outer exploration.
Sidra Bell’s CONTEMPORARY SYSTEMS- is an interior & material approach to movement that encourages provocative thought and an immersive approach to the subject matter of the body. Bell’s work demands a high degree of physicality and input from the dancers, encouraging them to execute movement with intention, curiosity, care, rigor, and empathy.
Nathaniel’s process begins in a space that is supportive and collaborative. He directs with different modalities provoking vulnerability and encourages dancers to relish within their insecurities, to explore deeper within the process. He seeks to highlight the dancers strengths and to challenge them to push past their personal limitations, to reach the brink of impossibilities.
With collaboration, deep communication, and exploration through process, dancers will take part in a creation with Jesse Obremski of a WORLD PREMIERE which will play around physicality, musicality, sensitivity, community and any combination of those. With the concept that perfection is not possible, we will explore our possibilities through experiencing, individually and collectively. Come and join this experience!
Nov 13 6-9PM
Nov 14 6-9PM
Nov 27 6-8PM
Nov 28 6-8PM
Jan 7 6-8PM
Conducted by the director of The DASH Ensemble, Gregory Dolbashian, the class is a highly developed series of improvisational tools and games that warms and pushes both the mind and the body to break habits and fulfill more presence. These exercises are all methods that Gregory has developed and utilized to create movement with The DASH. The artists learn confidence not just in themselves but also in the environment that they are a part of. Games and tasks work both on the individual and in tandem, so that Flow Space creates a community for progress, inspiration, and most of all, discovery.