Fishtrap Method Workshop at MOPC's Winter Intensive Fishtrap Method is an adaptive methodology for building performance work and building community, developed by choreographer Paloma
Fishtrap Method Workshop at MOPC’s Winter Intensive
Fishtrap Method is an adaptive methodology for building performance work and building community, developed by choreographer Paloma McGregor. Over the past eight years, McGregor has been honing myriad processes – including writing, moving, story telling, map making and breaking bread – in order to elicit personal voice and develop connective tissues between people, places and practices. The method is rooted in her father’s vanishing fishing tradition and three driving questions: What do we take with us? Leave behind? Reclaim? This workshop will give a peek into her process. Come prepared to move, write, laugh, wonder and be seen.
MOPDC’s 6th Annual Winter Intensive: Dance, Choreograph, Envision
Movement of the People Dance Company’s Winter Intensive is for intermediate/advanced dancers and choreographers who are interested in embodying various dances of the African Diaspora as well as envisioning and creating evocative Dance Theater choreography that addresses sociocultural issues as a means to educate, inform and ignite dialogue.
Dates: January 18th-20th, 2020
Location: Barnard College, 3009 Broadway, NY NY 10027
Workshops – Each day will start with 2-3 technique classes for a total of 8 classes for the entire weekend.
– Afro-Contemporary Partnering w/ MOPDC
– Dancehall w/ Guest Marguerite Hemmings
– Samba de Roda w/ MOPDC
– Contemporary Indian w/ Guest Brinda Guha
– Improvisation: Diasporic Modalities w/ MOPDC
– Sabar w/ Guest Facilitator TBA
– Salsa Across Continents w/ MOPDC
Space is limited, register today!
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(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm