The Week Ahead. March 28-April 3, 2011.

This Week at Movement Research…


Monday March 28. Movement Research at the Judson Church.
8pm. 55 Washington Square South.

Featuring works by Jon Kinzel**, Katy Pyle, Maree ReMalia•, Philip Connaughton•
Immediately following performance: Studies Project Series MRX.

* Movement Research Artist in Residence 2010
** Movement Research Artist in Residence 2009
• MFA Candidate, Ohio State University supported in part by Ohio State University

Join us after the Movement Research at the Judson Church program for a post-performance discussion with the artists, who include Ohio State University MFA candidate Maree ReMalia, Dance Ireland artist Philip Connaughton, and NYC-based artists Jon Kinzel (2009 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence) and Katy Pyle. Moderated by Deborah Jowitt.

The Movement Research Exchange (MRX) is a vehicle to spur interaction and exchange among independent choreographers and their peers from within and outside the US, MRX enables Artists-in-Residence and faculty to travel outside their home environment for residency activities, informal showings, discussions, and teaching opportunities.

Wednesday March 30. NO Open Performance.
This event will resume on April 6, 2011.

Classes and Workshops.

Join us for classes with faculty: Barbara Mahler, Levi Gonzalez, K.J. Holmes, Tim O’Donnell, Rebecca Brooks, Stacy Spence, Irene Dowd, Ori Flomin

Barbara Mahler
Mondays March 28 – April 25
$18 per drop-in session
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Technique Workshop
A slow movement workshop, for all levels, this class is based on the essential principles of the body and mind which make of up the foundation of Klein Technique. Its goal is to bridge the gap between the slow and focused depth of work done in the stretch and placement classes to moving and dancing. It will utilize and explain the relationship and importance of the pelvis in relationship to efficiency and clarity of movement and then weave together the important connections in the body to better facilitate clarity, articulation, and coordination for powerful and rich moving. Each session begins with a particular warm-up, which changes each week, and ends with moving across the floor to bring all the parts of the class together as a whole. It is recommended that drop-in students have had some experience with Klein Technique.,

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Skinner Releasing Technique with Karl Anderson
Saturday April 2 & 9
Randy Warshaw Studio, 115 Wooster Street b/w Prince and Spring, buzzer 2F
$30 per class
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Skinner Releasing Technique
Think, feel, play. The Skinner Releasing Technique is a movement-based and imagery-based process of discovery. SRT enables one to discover their own mechanical logic, intuitive awareness, and personal imagistic realities. The intended long-term result of Skinner is a mature person who is a self-motivated and self-propelled critical thinker. The SRT pedagogy is highly structured and rigorous and yet the classes unravel within a sense of ease and mystery. Hands-on partner graphics, structured improvisations and guided imagery allow the student to find clarity within the physical self. In addition to becoming better movers and dancers, we happen upon empathy which in turn can lead to compassion. SRT classes are presented in a series and as part of an overall progression. However, each class will begin with brief reiterations from previous classes (if necessary). Therefore all of the Saturday intensives are open and ideal for newcomers to SRT. This is the introductory level series and so no prior experience with SRT is necessary. Drop-ins are totally welcome.


John Jasperse
Sunday April 17 2:30 pm-4:30 pm
Sunday April 24 2:30 pm-5:30 pm
Saturday April 30 4:30 pm-8:30 pm
Eden’s Expressway and Center for Performance Research

More Info Coming Soon! April 17 and April 30 at Eden’s Expressway, April 24 at CPR.

Mariangela Lopez
Sundays April 24 – May 15
$40 for whole workshop, $10 per drop-in session
Movement Research at Eden’s Expressway
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This workshop is open to everyone interested in sharing movement experiences. We will practice: Listening to our instincts as movers, disregarding all preconceived ideas of how one “should” move in space. The participants will explore their own creative movement potential by releasing personal memories and perceptions of their own environment by utilizing the power of the group to build a collective experience. This workshop is about finding ways to make more visceral choices rather than intellectualizing the design of the body in the space. Is about experiencing the joy for moving and dancing to become totally physical and present, yet connected to our internal states.

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Photo: Jon Kinzel by Ian Douglas

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