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Tamalpa Experience with Iu-Hui Chua

Date/Time

Jun 9, 2019
10:00 AM until 01:00 PM

Description

In the Tamalpa Life/Art Process, movement and life are intertwined. Our bodies communicate our life experiences through movement, and this movement has the potential to connect us with the creative forces within. It can also open us up to new ways of expressing what lives inside of us.

In this Life/Art Dances workshop, we begin with a dive into the internal landscape of the sensorial body using guided somatic-based movement as a source for creative exploration and self-discovery. The dances that arise from these movements will be further explored using drawing and creative writing. This creative use of various modes of expression enlivens the conversation between body, imagination, life experiences and art making. This process creates the opportunity for you to make meaning from movement, and to uncover connections between your dances and your life experiences.

We will be working on the body parts of the hands and arms and movement metaphors that arise from these body parts. What do you wish to embrace in your life, or carry with you? What do you wish to let go of, or release?

No dance experience needed. Art supplies provided.

Iu-Hui ChuaMFA, RSMT, RSME, CPC, choreographs, performs, directs, and devises physical theater, dance, and video performance. She is a Tamalpa Institute Practitioner and teaches internationally and in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has been a member of Anna Halprin’s Sea Ranch Collective and an associate teacher for Ms. Halprin. Others she’s danced for include Ledoh and Salt Farm, Dandelion Dancetheater, Guillermo Gomez-Pena, Ellen Bromberg, Sherwood Chen, Headmistress, and Disneyland. Iu-Hui has presented at the Northern California Performance Platform at Stanford University and taught as a Lecturer at UC Davis. 

Cost

$45

Location

View map Joe Goode Performance Group
401 Alabama St
San Francisco, CA

Additional Information

Sponsor

Tamalpa Institute

Phone

415.457.8555

Contact name

Anastasia

Contact email

info@tamalpa.org

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