Gaudino Creative Residency: Theatre of Cultural Resistance: An Introductory Workshop
Tue, October 17th, 2023
4:15 pm - 6:00 pm
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Physical theatre practices for promoting, protecting and preserving oppressed cultures through co-creation.
In this introductory workshop, we will begin with movement, working to identify each individual body and its potential for acting in the space. Then we will work towards creating a group dynamic, the group being a necessary vessel for cultural transmission. Finally, we will explore resistance through the body – the body of the individual, the body of the group, and the body of a chosen text.
Participants should wear athletic, plain black clothing (no logos, words, or images).
For more information, email Amy Holzapfel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Gaudino Creative Residencies support short-term campus visits by artists, makers, or practitioners of any field who intend to share their knowledge, skills, and creative expertise directly with students through modes of experiential, practice-based, or hands-on learning. Such pedagogy aligns with the larger mission of the Gaudino Fund, which, inspired by the legacy of Prof. Robert L. Gaudino, aims to foster curricular initiatives that emphasize the deep connections between lived experience and intellectual endeavor.
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