Nowhere Bound: Contact Improvisation Workshop with Martin Keogh

When:
December 7, 2018 @ 1:00 pm – 10:00 pm
2018-12-07T13:00:00-05:00
2018-12-07T22:00:00-05:00
Where:
Asheville
North Carolina
Contact:

Contact improvisation requires a courageous willingness — but never so much as when we dance in the absence of will – those moments when we drop the reigns and, nowhere bound, allow our animal to carry us.

Join good company for dancing and discovery. With games, some sweat, and the unique physicality of the contact body we will savor and rock the boundaries between states of allowing and mindful intention.

We will explore:

*Moving from a base of sensation
*Dancing with a shared central axis
*Seeking ease in going off balance
*Finding the spontaneous acrobatics of the form
*Spending more time in nuance, disorientation, and extended follow-through

This workshop is for those with a beginning grasp of Contact fundamentals. If you are new to CI, please consider taking the Fundamentals Series or other classes leading up to the workshop and coming to classes and jams to get some dance time under your belt.

~=Schedule=~
Friday
1-4pm Intermediate Module
5-7pm Potluck @ Group House (with hot tub)
7:30-10pm Jam

Saturday
10:30am Registration
11-6pm Workshop (lunch break time TBA)
Evening Community Time @ Group House (with hot tub!)

Sunday
9:30-4pm Workshop (lunch break time TBA)

~=Registration=~
Registration Open – Closes Nov. 30th

Sliding Scale Pricing:
Suggested $180-300 Range
$225 average needed to cover costs

Nowhere Bound: Contact Improvisation Workshop with Martin Keogh

About Martin Keogh:
Martin Keogh has taught and performed contact improvisation for over thirty-eight years on six continents. For his contribution to the development of the form he is a Fulbright Senior Specialist and listed in Who’s Who in the World. Martin spent time traveling to monasteries in Japan and Korea and was the director of the Empty Gate Zen Center in Berkeley before discovering the world of dance. He is the author of four books including the recently released, Dancing Deeper Still: The Practice of Contact Improvisation. More info at: www.martinkeogh.com

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