Thurs 29 April 10:00 BST/ 11:00 CET
LIVE ON ZOOM
Duration 90 mins
Kates workshop will explore inclusive choreographic practices, informed by her own lived experience as a disabled dancer and dance maker. Kate will introduce tasks aimed at looking at individual physicality’s, she will use principles of non-codified language to think about the quality of movement. These tasks will help us to interrogate how we can adapt and interpret choreographic ideas to meet our own needs and find shared movement from our unique perspectives.
Kate Marsh is an artist-researcher, her practice research focuses on developing and maintaining autonomous spaces for the artistic and creative inquiry of marginalised artists. Her PhD completed in 2016 explored dance, disability and leadership. She is currently a research fellow at C-DaRE (Coventry university centre for dance research) and an associate producer at Metal. Alongside these roles Kate has an ongoing collaborative choreographic practice with disabled dancer Welly O’Brien.