I facilitate in a number of settings, guises and projects – some of which have developed into stand alone workshops…
When we are inspired by moving and dancing, we might look for deepening clarity in that pursuit, as a vocation, profession or calling:
How do we use the inner compass to identify what we find truly satisfying in dance without it holding us back from life itself? This workshop aims to navigate towards the livelihood we truly want through physical exercises, discussion and reflection.
North Star takes place over one or two days in a studio suitable for dancing/ moving, and with an audiovisual playback system.
North Star is suitable for: anyone who is inspired by moving and dancing; Professional Development settings; as well as in Higher Education at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and can be tailored to suit specific groups.
AT THE EDGE: DANCING, LISTENING AND SPEAKING
At the edge combines practical support and skill development for independent dancers, company dancers and other creative communities/artists. The work manifests through class, shared practices, group speaking and listening work, and one-to-one reflective sessions. The invitation of this 3- to 5-day workshop is for each participant as well as facilitators Katye Coe and Tom Goodwin alike, to be working from the generative edge of their practice. The structure of the workshop is flexible to meet the timetables and demands of each context.
At the edge saw its first iteration in Dundee with the generous participation of Scottish Dance Theatre in November 2018.