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Shared pathways, individual journeys
Adam Benjamin | UK
Dance Workshop | 3h
21 FEB . thursday . 10.30am to 1.30pm // Sala Bernardo Sasseti

This workshop introduces a variety of inclusive dance practices that offer opportunities to beginners and advanced students of dance and theatre.

The workshop begins with a focus on the senses and how we experience ourselves in the dance space, starting from a place of connection and trust and building gradually toward greater challenges that can be accessed by everyone in their own way, and at the own time.

 

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Target Audience | 
Open to all participants with or without disabilities, with or without previous experience in dance, interested in exploring and sharing practices of movement and improvisation.

 

Feedback from participants

"This has given me tons of ideas to share in my own community."

"What is unique about Adam is the clarity, how he transmits the essence and the spirit of improv."

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Adam Benjamin was joint founder and artistic director of CandoCo Dance Company and a pioneer of integrated dance. A founder member of ‘Five Men Dancing’, he has performed and taught with Kirstie Simson, Rick Nodine, Kim Itoh, Jordi Cortés and Russell Maliphant. His book “Making an Entrance” (Routledge 2002) is considered a seminal text and he has written extensively on integrated practice and improvisation.

He has received numerous awards in dance (TimeOut, Sainsburys and Prudential with CandoCo). He has been an Associate Artist at The Place, a Wingate Scholar, a Rayne Choreographic Fellow and recipient of an Arts Council International Artist Fellowship. He was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2013 and was named a Change Maker, by the South Bank Centre in 2015. He is part of the Theatre and Performance team at Plymouth University where he advised on the design of the new fully accessible theatre The House.

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