Krishna Washburn of Dark Room Ballet will be sharing one of her popular anatomy and audio description workshops, this time sponsored by Hook & Loop out of Philadelphia (not Movement Research in NYC).
The Dark Room Ballet community and friends are invited — if you have participated in a version of this workshop before, please feel free to join again!
The workshop is free and will take place online; you must register directly with Hook & Loop to receive the Zoom information and recording after the event.
Description and RSVP link below.
Self Audio-Description and the Motor Neuron: Learning How to Play Your Own Instrument
Wednesday February 16th, 2022
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Eastern Time
Facilitated by Krishna Washburn
Closed Captioning available
This workshop helps people to begin developing a self-audio description practice, in order to create movement art that connects with others on a visceral level. This workshop de-centers and de-prioritizes sight, and is appropriate for movers and dancers of all levels of experience or inexperience. Learn how to understand how movement feels in your body, and then practice talking about those feelings with others while also learning about the wonders of human anatomy.
By RSVP-ing you will receive the zoom link, full access information and a recording for this workshop. Recordings will be sent out by early March via Hook & Loop.
Please fill out this form to RSVP: Self Audio-Description and the Motor Neuron: Learning How to Play Your Own Instrument
Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.