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November, 2021

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Rowan University now presents a new hybrid certificate program. Join Kim O‘Connor-Sparks, BA, MSW, designed to provide a multi-leveled, online, and direct contact curriculum for current and prospective dance studio owners. Learn what it takes to succeed in owning your own dance studio while creating professional relationships to help you navigate your dreams and manage a small business in an ever-changing world. Dates Offered: July 12th-30th, August 2nd-20th, September 13th-October 1st, and November 1st-19th.
Monday
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In this workshop, we tune in to our kinesthetic sense and explore how we stand and move through space. We pay attention to our bodies’ internal sensations and external expressions and play with movement dynamics such as tempo, force, and spatial relationships. As we invite more movement possibilities in our dances, we also open to more aliveness in our daily lives. Participants will explore structured movements devised by Anna Halprin that enhance range of movement and spark creative expression. Drawing and writing enrich our movement experiences. Please have a comfortable space to move. Open to all. No dance or art experience needed.
Tuesday
2
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Join us for a 4-week class series and dive into creative inquiries to embody radical presence, develop self-compassion, and unearth your body’s resiliency. Workshop features the Tamalpa Life/Art methodology: embodied anatomy, somatic movement, drawing, creative writing, and improvisation. Participants will gain somatic and creative practices that can be further developed and integrated into daily life. Aspects of the Polyvagal Theory will be used and applied to support self-regulation and provide the ground for the creative work. No dance or art experience needed. Please prepare a comfortable space to move in with access to your online device and a reliable internet connection. Also, have art supplies ready at hand for drawing activities, and paper and pen for journaling and creative writing exercises.
Tuesday
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During this 4-week training, you will: be immersed in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques, build community with professional artists & educators, engage in joyful dance classes with live music, and have mentored teaching opportunities.
Wednesday
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Traditionally, in the northern hemisphere, autumn is the season for harvesting the fruits of our labor. For centuries, people picked and prepared food grown during the warmer months to sustain them through the winter. In this class series, we will ask, “What is feeding your Life/Art now?” and use the scoring process (or the RSVP cycle) to set intentions, collect resources, and design activities that yield nutrients for the months ahead. Weekly sharing in small groups helps to build a sense of creative community. The series will culminate in the creation of a score for a harvest ritual that you can perform individually or in a group.
Thursday
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This special 7-week workshop series will be facilitated by performance artist Dohee Lee. Dohee’s work, based on East Asian philosophy and traditional Korean arts combined with new art forms and rituals, is deeply influenced by her Korean cultural heritage. In this performance research project series, Dohee shares the wisdom she has gained through her professional artistic and healing practice. Dohee will guide you to discover how your art practice can be responded to and attuned with personal, social, emotional, mental, environmental, historical and spiritual matters and structures. Connect/Reflect/Enact will engage your practice in the arts with themes such as: your relationship to social rights, your purpose in life, honoring your ancestry, and your connection with the natural world.
Friday
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Breath is foundational to all of our movement; to life itself. This series centers the breath as a way to find more ease, depth, connection and presence in our dances and in our lives.
Saturday
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During this one-day in-person gathering, participants will have the opportunity to: interact with guest artists in classes, participate in college auditions and scholarship opportunities, and be a part of the awards ceremony and performance.
Monday
8
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In this workshop, we tune in to our kinesthetic sense and explore how we stand and move through space. We pay attention to our bodies’ internal sensations and external expressions and play with movement dynamics such as tempo, force, and spatial relationships. As we invite more movement possibilities in our dances, we also open to more aliveness in our daily lives. Participants will explore structured movements devised by Anna Halprin that enhance range of movement and spark creative expression. Drawing and writing enrich our movement experiences. Please have a comfortable space to move. Open to all. No dance or art experience needed.
Tuesday
9
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Join us for a 4-week class series and dive into creative inquiries to embody radical presence, develop self-compassion, and unearth your body’s resiliency. Workshop features the Tamalpa Life/Art methodology: embodied anatomy, somatic movement, drawing, creative writing, and improvisation. Participants will gain somatic and creative practices that can be further developed and integrated into daily life. Aspects of the Polyvagal Theory will be used and applied to support self-regulation and provide the ground for the creative work. No dance or art experience needed. Please prepare a comfortable space to move in with access to your online device and a reliable internet connection. Also, have art supplies ready at hand for drawing activities, and paper and pen for journaling and creative writing exercises.
Tuesday
9
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During this 4-week training, you will: be immersed in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques, build community with professional artists & educators, engage in joyful dance classes with live music, and have mentored teaching opportunities.
Wednesday
10
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Traditionally, in the northern hemisphere, autumn is the season for harvesting the fruits of our labor. For centuries, people picked and prepared food grown during the warmer months to sustain them through the winter. In this class series, we will ask, “What is feeding your Life/Art now?” and use the scoring process (or the RSVP cycle) to set intentions, collect resources, and design activities that yield nutrients for the months ahead. Weekly sharing in small groups helps to build a sense of creative community. The series will culminate in the creation of a score for a harvest ritual that you can perform individually or in a group.
Thursday
11
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This special 7-week workshop series will be facilitated by performance artist Dohee Lee. Dohee’s work, based on East Asian philosophy and traditional Korean arts combined with new art forms and rituals, is deeply influenced by her Korean cultural heritage. In this performance research project series, Dohee shares the wisdom she has gained through her professional artistic and healing practice. Dohee will guide you to discover how your art practice can be responded to and attuned with personal, social, emotional, mental, environmental, historical and spiritual matters and structures. Connect/Reflect/Enact will engage your practice in the arts with themes such as: your relationship to social rights, your purpose in life, honoring your ancestry, and your connection with the natural world.
Friday
12
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Breath is foundational to all of our movement; to life itself. This series centers the breath as a way to find more ease, depth, connection and presence in our dances and in our lives.
Sunday
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A collaboration between somatic expressive arts therapist Rosario Sammartino and cellist Joshua McClain, the Tamalpa Be Moved workshop invites you to journey into your body’s own dynamic melodies, dive into feeling and imagination, and move to the rhythm of discovery. Let the powerful vibrations of the cello, combined with the evocative teachings of the Tamalpa Life/Art Process open you up to the stories your body has to tell. No previous experience in dance/art needed.
Monday
15
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In this workshop, we tune in to our kinesthetic sense and explore how we stand and move through space. We pay attention to our bodies’ internal sensations and external expressions and play with movement dynamics such as tempo, force, and spatial relationships. As we invite more movement possibilities in our dances, we also open to more aliveness in our daily lives. Participants will explore structured movements devised by Anna Halprin that enhance range of movement and spark creative expression. Drawing and writing enrich our movement experiences. Please have a comfortable space to move. Open to all. No dance or art experience needed.
Tuesday
16
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Join us for a 4-week class series and dive into creative inquiries to embody radical presence, develop self-compassion, and unearth your body’s resiliency. Workshop features the Tamalpa Life/Art methodology: embodied anatomy, somatic movement, drawing, creative writing, and improvisation. Participants will gain somatic and creative practices that can be further developed and integrated into daily life. Aspects of the Polyvagal Theory will be used and applied to support self-regulation and provide the ground for the creative work. No dance or art experience needed. Please prepare a comfortable space to move in with access to your online device and a reliable internet connection. Also, have art supplies ready at hand for drawing activities, and paper and pen for journaling and creative writing exercises.
Tuesday
16
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During this 4-week training, you will: be immersed in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques, build community with professional artists & educators, engage in joyful dance classes with live music, and have mentored teaching opportunities.
Wednesday
17
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Traditionally, in the northern hemisphere, autumn is the season for harvesting the fruits of our labor. For centuries, people picked and prepared food grown during the warmer months to sustain them through the winter. In this class series, we will ask, “What is feeding your Life/Art now?” and use the scoring process (or the RSVP cycle) to set intentions, collect resources, and design activities that yield nutrients for the months ahead. Weekly sharing in small groups helps to build a sense of creative community. The series will culminate in the creation of a score for a harvest ritual that you can perform individually or in a group.
Thursday
18
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This special 7-week workshop series will be facilitated by performance artist Dohee Lee. Dohee’s work, based on East Asian philosophy and traditional Korean arts combined with new art forms and rituals, is deeply influenced by her Korean cultural heritage. In this performance research project series, Dohee shares the wisdom she has gained through her professional artistic and healing practice. Dohee will guide you to discover how your art practice can be responded to and attuned with personal, social, emotional, mental, environmental, historical and spiritual matters and structures. Connect/Reflect/Enact will engage your practice in the arts with themes such as: your relationship to social rights, your purpose in life, honoring your ancestry, and your connection with the natural world.
Friday
19
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Rowan University now presents a new hybrid certificate program. Join Kim O‘Connor-Sparks, BA, MSW, designed to provide a multi-leveled, online, and direct contact curriculum for current and prospective dance studio owners. Learn what it takes to succeed in owning your own dance studio while creating professional relationships to help you navigate your dreams and manage a small business in an ever-changing world. Dates Offered: July 12th-30th, August 2nd-20th, September 13th-October 1st, and November 1st-19th.
Friday
19
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Breath is foundational to all of our movement; to life itself. This series centers the breath as a way to find more ease, depth, connection and presence in our dances and in our lives.
Sunday
21
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Open to all dancers, dance educators, artists, notators, LOD practitioners, and movers:
LOD for Community, a new and FREE monthly remote PD event from the LODC, offers opportunities to make new connections with peers AND with the Language of Dance, have some fun, and dance! From April to November, join a LOD Master Practitioner or LOD Teacher Trainer Dr. Teresa Heiland in an enlivening and uplifting LOD activity.
Monday
22
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In this workshop, we tune in to our kinesthetic sense and explore how we stand and move through space. We pay attention to our bodies’ internal sensations and external expressions and play with movement dynamics such as tempo, force, and spatial relationships. As we invite more movement possibilities in our dances, we also open to more aliveness in our daily lives. Participants will explore structured movements devised by Anna Halprin that enhance range of movement and spark creative expression. Drawing and writing enrich our movement experiences. Please have a comfortable space to move. Open to all. No dance or art experience needed.
Tuesday
23
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Join us for a 4-week class series and dive into creative inquiries to embody radical presence, develop self-compassion, and unearth your body’s resiliency. Workshop features the Tamalpa Life/Art methodology: embodied anatomy, somatic movement, drawing, creative writing, and improvisation. Participants will gain somatic and creative practices that can be further developed and integrated into daily life. Aspects of the Polyvagal Theory will be used and applied to support self-regulation and provide the ground for the creative work. No dance or art experience needed. Please prepare a comfortable space to move in with access to your online device and a reliable internet connection. Also, have art supplies ready at hand for drawing activities, and paper and pen for journaling and creative writing exercises.
Tuesday
23
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During this 4-week training, you will: be immersed in NDI’s renowned teaching techniques, build community with professional artists & educators, engage in joyful dance classes with live music, and have mentored teaching opportunities.
Monday
29
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The winter solstice marks a transition between seasons, inviting us to turn inward and make space for renewal. In this end-of-the-year movement workshop, we respond somatically, shift with the changing rhythms of our bodies, and slow down. Movement Ritual and Dance Explorations weave in sensations, feelings, and images, as we find inspiration from darkness and light. Participants will explore structured movements devised by Anna Halprin that help relax the mind, expand range of movement, and spark creative expression. Please have a comfortable space to move. Drawing and writing enrich our movement experiences. Open to all. No dance or art experience needed.