2021-22: Creation Journeys onONline still in progress
The 2021-22 Creation Intensive is still in progress, in our in-person and online studios, extending across 9 times zones, including artists from 10 countries, 9 time-zones, 22 heritages and myriad talents and abilities. Canada, Cameroon, Brazil, Germany, Gujarat-India, Japan, Karnataka-India, Latvia, Malaysia, Malta, Nigeria, USA.
Each with our individual inherited and lived experiences, we share the need to express current realities through movement art, and define personal values and artistry within the challenges of evolving climates in performance, societies, and the globe
CREATORS CIRCLE: 2022: BEATA RASITSAN, KRISTIAN PODLACHA, MIO SAKAMOTO, OLIVIA PROUDFOOT, TIM SPRONK (Canada), MIKA LILIT LIOR (Malta), MARIT BRADEMANN (Germany), SIMONE RUPP (Austria), 2021 AKIKO ONO (Japan), BRUNA AVA BEHINA (Cameroon), CLAUDIA NWABASILI, ROGES DOGLAS, TASSIA MARIA LISBOA (Brazil), EMMANUEL NDEFO (Nigeria), HARSHAL VYAS (Gujarat India), KAELIN ISSERLIN, ARYN AS, MORGYN ARONYK-SCHELL (Canada), LAU BEH CHIN, ANNA LEE WEN HUI, WONG CHI YING (Malaysia), NATHAN HIRSCHAUT, IMAN KAMEL, JAVON JONES, MONICA STEFFEY (USA, Germany), SUKRUTI TIRUPATTUR (Bangaluru India-Canada)
RESEARCH CIRCLE: dancing values & aesthetics of seated experiences: AVAN PORTE, ELIZABETH WINKLAAR, FRANK HULL, HARMONIE TAYLOR, MARK BROSE, RUSSELL WINKELAAR, SHAY ERLICH
MENTORS CIRCLE: MAXINE HEPPNER, SUSAN LEE, JESSICA RUNGE, JUNIA MASON, LO BIL, PETER JENKINS, CHARMAINE HEADLEY, SASHAR ZARIF (Toronto-T'karonto Canada), TAKAKO SEGAWA (Ottawa-Adawe Canada), LYNX KATE ALSTERLUND (Montreal-Tiohtià:ke Canada) and facilitators JESSIE FRASER, EMILIE JABOUIN, VICTORIA MATA SOLEDAD, CHRISTOS GIOTIS (T'karonto, Canada) Kiera Shaw (Victoria Canada)
SPECIAL RESEARCH PROGRAM 2020-21: In response to the massive push, perhaps tidal wave, to put our practices, processes and artistry online, during the first shockwaves of the Covid-19 pandemic the Choreographic Marathon considered the artistic and aesthetic ramifications and developments that this push instigated for movement artists. Video-podcasts with 25 Toronto-based artists were created and shared over 5 months. This led to an online public forum with over 40 artists, and “embodiment online” workshops.
The goal: To share and deepen knowledge for continuing artistry on online
Key Considerations included:
Listening with the Body, the places of Imagination, Intuition, Attention and Energy, Connectivity and Connecting through the screen; The Room itself; Knowing and Learning.
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