Thinking is Moving: Creativity, Dance, and Integrative Alexander Technique
Price Range: $60+
How you think is how you move!
Long-time Seattle dance artists and general creativists Vanessa DeWolf and Crispin Spaeth are teaming up to teach Thinking is Moving, a workshop that pairs the use of Integrative Alexander Technique with Creative Process. This workshop is geared toward choreographers, improvisors, and dance teachers.
WHAT WE WILL DO
This workshop will bring you new tools to support idea generation, clarity of movement, and communication for the purposes of teaching and collaboration. First we will introduce Integrative Alexander Technique and its application to your questions about teaching, creating, and performing, and then we will spend time with improvisation and composition scores complemented by brief writing exercises. All of this is designed to identify and champion the concepts that arise through your movement and composition choices.
Date: Sunday December 15, 2019
Time: 10:00 am - 1:30 pm (includes a 30 minute break)
Location: the gorgeous new home of All That Dance
Address: 3012 NE Blakeley St, Seattle, WA 98105
Note: Registration is limited to 12 participants.
For ages 16 - 95.
Vanessa DeWolf is a poet and dance improviser, and mischief-maker. She's been facilitating disruptive and playful creative processes that use the poetics of free-association and reflection as rigorous ways to cultivate the dance that is closer and closer to your thinking. Vanessa has dedicated decades to peer-review, autonomous creative process, community & experimental performance. She is the director of The Field-Seattle, a peer-review organization focused on feedback for works-in-progress, and has started Plastiqarts Creative: services for your creative process (email@example.com).
Crispin Spaeth is a Seattle-based teacher of Integrative Alexander Technique, a whole-self learning process that can help you move, think, and communicate in ways that match your unique self, allowing you to bring more of you to your creative practice. A long time member of the Seattle Dance Community (Crispin Spaeth Dance Group, 1992 - 2007), Crispin has turned her attention to the teaching IAT, with strong interests in the use of IAT in creative process and in workplace settings. She is a member of Alexander Technique International and a founding member of Integrative Alexander Technique Circle.