When moving image meets the moving body, how does it create a new genre and push artistic boundaries? Join leading Australian choreographer, educator and dance-filmmaker Sue Healey for this one-day workshop to explore the new creative possibilities of screendance.

Designed for artists from various disciplines, participants in this workshop will experience movement for and with the camera, as Healey shares her experience in creating the transformative and illuminating theatrical language that transcends performance space, revealing subtle layers of movement and perception on screen through exercise, discussion, sharing and practice.

The first half of the workshop includes movement and perceptual/visual field exercises, experimentation of working in the frame and choreographing the camera. In the second half of the workshop, participants will be divided into small groups to make a short choreographed film in a selected space with specific stimuli and guidance provided by Healey, followed by discussions, sharing and film viewings.

Date:
2 August 2015 (Sunday)

Time:
10am-5pm (6 hours workshop with light lunch)

Venue:
West Kowloon Cultural District Authority Project Site Office

Target Participants:
Artist of any discipline interested in screendance. No previous experience in dance or film making is required.

Administration Fee:
$400

Language:
English

Details

Application is now closed.  Enquires: Ms. Wan (852)2200-0817, maria.wan@wkcda.hk

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