May 18-20, 2019 (Victoria Day Weekend) 26.2 ++hours
for New creation process in ALL forms of Movement Arts
for Established and Emerging Movement Artists (accessible and multi-lingual)
Supportive and rigourous- people get a lot done in 3 days and 1 overnight.
Not kilometres but 26.2 +++ hours of studio time, performance, feedback, individual attention, group exchange, good food, and creative discovery.
Work within your own creative process and stretch the boundaries in an environment of rigourous support. Bring work or an idea from your genre of movement performance- material to test, twist, develop, cut, reflect, refashion, reason, rescue, refine. Move work forward. Share feedback and take it immediately back into the studio. Test your aesthetic principles. Build creative stamina. Hit the wall and find out what is on the other side. End working in ways you may never have imagined.
ABOUT: Senior Mentor Maxine Heppner has been leading creative development platforms for over 40 years in Canada & internationally. When faculty at Montreal's Concordia University (1993-2000) she developed this approach to enable movement artists to create within a continuous flow of idea, execution & reflection leading to a deepening of process & creation. Co-Mentors are renowned artists Takako Segawa, Susan Lee, Michael Caldwell, Junia Mason, and invited specialists and facilitators to support fundamentals relevant to the individual artists and group.
Posted by: Across Oceans Arts
For more information: https://www.choreographicmarathon.ca