We all move. How do you move? What moves you today? How do you respond when others move? Passing energy, seeing nuances, hearing the breath, sensing vibrations, reacting or not reacting – we make choices and commit to them, expanding on the physicality we discover or create.
Three 2-hour Workshops:
October 17th 5-7 pm
October 18th 6:30-8:30 pm
October 19th 5-8:30 pm
All levels in dance invited. Students must be available for all intensive times and dates.
Please rsvp to the opportunity by September 26th to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ruth Barnes is Professor and Coordinator of the Missouri State University Dance Program. Early in her career, Ruth established a reputation as a performer, choreographer and master teacher of contemporary dance in New York City, where she taught at the Merce Cunningham Studio and worked as a freelance dancer. She went on to choreograph, teach and perform internationally, most significantly in the United Kingdom, France and Switzerland.
Supported by: CESAP, Humanities Dean, NEH Professorship Funds and Black Mountain College