DANCING THE SELF 2’
- CONTEMPORARY DANCE WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT (BEGINNERS)
- August 16th, 2016
- By Zosia Dowmunt (UK)
- Date: from 16th to 20th of October 2016z
- Time: 6 to 9 pm
- Cost: 250 EGP including 50 EGP registration fee
- Venue: Studio Emad Eddin Foundation, 18 Emad Eddin Street, Cairo, Egypt
- Language: Workshops will be in English with Arabic translation
You can pay at Orient Productions office (15 Emad Eddin street) from 11 AM until 5 PM or at Studio Emad Eddin (18 Emad Eddin Street) from 5 PM until 10 PM on weekdays only.
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It is body ownership and story-telling. A workshop for Women only exploring body ownership, choice and empowerment. Each session will begin with a technique class based on release, graham and cunningham contemporary dance techniques. Building strength, flexibility and creative expression. After which we will have space for open discussion, improvisation and creative tasks. The workshop will provide the basis of research for Zosia Jo’s new performance project (Un)Covered.
About the trainer: Zosia’s eclectic training includes dance and drama to A level, youth dance training and performance at The Place, London, a degree from Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Dance Research Studio’s Interdisciplinary Performance Training and certificates in psychotherapy and counselling skills from Spectrum Psychotherapy. Working as a performer, choreographer and facilitator, Zosia has built a portfolio career specialising in multidisciplinary performance work including dance, spoken word and theatre.
As a performer Zosia has worked with Kitsch’n’sync Collective, Nutshell Dance, Enormous Yes Theatre Company, Cramp Group, James Finnimore, Sean Tuan John and Tanja Ramen, as well as often dancing in her own work. As a choreographer, Zosia enjoys an international career including several works made in Cairo Egypt, and performances across the UK. Her solo performance work, Herstory recently found critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Zosia is fascinated by non-traditional performance spaces. Her 2013 work The Applause Project, and her recent work in Cairo, Ancient Modernity both seek to deconstruct theatrical convention. For more info about the trainer visit www.zosiajo.com