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Workshop: Somatic Movement and Costume Improvisation

Monday 27th February, 6.30-8.30pm 2017, £5 drop in
Siobhan Davies Studio, London
Part of Independent Dance’s Monday Night Improvisation Class.
This class invites participants to wear, move and create in costumes that generate specific body-mind experiences.  More information on our website here.

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Workshop: Performance Making: GENERATE

FRI, Dec 1 – SUN Dec 3 2017, Stroud, Centre for Arts and Science / Lansdown Hall
Participant size: 
7 max
Cost: 
£175 / 165 concessions.
Accommodation: 

For more information contact Sally E Dean

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New Publication Announcements

Sally’s new article ‘Where is the body in the costume design process?’ has been published in Studies in Costume & Performance, and can be read here.

Upcoming publication ‘An Action of Orientation – Skinner Releasing Technique in reflective practice‘ written with Julie Nathanielsz will be published in the Journal for Dance and Somatic Practices 2018.

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Artist Residency: Hawkwood College

January 22-26, 2018, Hawkwood College, Stroud, UK
This artistic residency, launches an exciting new collaboration called ‘Betwixt’ between Sally E. Dean and visual artist/costume designer Charlotte Østergaard.  This residency has been funded by Hawkwood and The Reckitt Arts Trust.

 

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Something's In The Living Room. Photo: Kevin Ricks

Performance: Something's In the Living Room

Wednesday 14th February
Edgehill University, Ormskirk, UK
Sally will be at Edgehill University, teaching dance and scenography students her somatic movement and costume work along with performing ‘Something in the Living Room’.

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Performance: Stephanie Skura's Surreptitious Preparations for an Impossible Total Act

Summer 2018 TBC 
Recent performances in New York at Roulette and Weiss Acres. The performance process has been taking place over several years live in New York, and via Skype. Directed by Stephanie Skura, a collaboration with Eva Karczag, Juliette Mapp, Wendy Perron, Debra Wanner, Paige Barnes, Shelley Hirsch and Sally E. Dean.  Read more about Stephanie’s work on her website here.

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