Join Rosy Simas for a dance workshop diving into her creative process used to develop her latest works We Wait In The Darkness and Skin(s). A meditative and concentrated process – this workshop will bring us into the world of the senses. We will explore creating movement from the inside out and discuss and explore how to craft such movement for performance.
WHEN: Saturday & Sunday, Sept 24th & 25th from 2-6pm
WHERE: Target Education Studio, The Cowles Center for Dance
COST: $80-$160 sliding scale – based on what you can afford. This workshop is supported by The Cowles Center which enables Simas to offer a sliding scale to participants.
Limited to 20 participants. $40 deposit. Email: dance (at) rosysimas (dot) com.
Simas is offering this workshop as a part of Oyate Okodakiciyapi – a series of Native contemporary dance events in the Twin Cities, produced in partnership with the Ordway, Rosy Simas Danse, The Cowles Center and All My Relations Arts.
Past Classes & Workshops
Awakening Stories Within
The material for this workshop is inspired by Simas’ creative process used to develop “We Wait In The Darkness,” a solo about the maternal line of her Seneca family. In this workshop we will use somatic movement explorations to investigate stories within, stories stored in cells and DNA. Students are guided through methods to turn these explorations into choreography.
August 3rd, Workshop 10am-11:30am and lunch with Rosy Simas and Lela Pierce 11:30am-1pm KST Alloy Studios, 5530 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh
A part of Kelly Strayhorn Theater Presents
This workshop has been taught at Northwestern University, Maui Arts and Cultures Center, University California Riverside, MAI (Montréal Arts Interculturels) and at the Talking Stick Festival in Vancouver B.C.
Rosy Simas has been presenting dance, facilitating the dance work of others, and offering dance instruction in the Twin Cities since 1992. The primary commitment of Rosy Simas Danse is to create and present innovative interdisciplinary performance that connects artists and audiences.
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Rosy Simas Danse