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Emilyn Claid, queer dance artist in her seventh decade, is leading a choreographic workshop, inspired by notions of transformation, linked to her new solo performance, Emilyn Claid, Untitled.

Transformation as an embodied process that unravels sense making, dissolves fixed postures and crumbles what seems normal. Transformation that continuously informs performance presence through shifting visual image and by drawing upon lived experience.

Between ‘I’ and ‘eye’, being, becoming, performing, this workshop will involve playful improvisations, movement tasks, discussion, fixing – and letting go of – choreographic material. You will consider the material we find with open questioning and curiosity, to notice patterns of movement, identity, and relationship, and the impact these might have on their work, lives and loves.

Suitable for all, but particularly relevant to, LGBTQIA+ and older people.

This workshop is priced as, “Pay What You Can” with a guided suggestion of £5.
Online booking for this workshop closes Saturday 29 October, 10am.

You may also be interested in Emilyn Claid’s second showing of this performance on Saturday 29 October (click here) and also her workshop – On Letting Things Go available here.

 

Landscape header of Roswitha Chesher.

On Letting Go of Things Workshop with Emilyn Claid
presented at iC4C

iC4C, Space 2
Nottingham, NG3 2AR

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