Glasgow international 2018

20 April—
7 May

Glasgow Open Dance School (G.O.D.S)

Glasgow Open Dance School was founded in 2011 by artists Romany Dear, Julia Scott and Ashanti Harris, who continue to programme and facilitate the G.O.D.S activities.

Glasgow Open Dance School (G.O.D.S) is a not for profit, community organisation, which facilitates free dance and movement, focused activities in different locations in Glasgow. G.O.D.S is a members organisation that is open to everyone and we aim to provide workshops for people of all abilities. We believe that everyone is a dancer! And everyone is a teacher! And we create spaces that are supportive for people trying new things and exploring movement.

Recent projects include: Collective Action As part of Lunarnova Campout, Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh, 2017; Embodied Place Workshop – as part of World Is Sudden: Summer Lab, Circa Projects, Newcastle, 2017; With Straight Face, LEGROOM, Manchester, 2017; The Curious Incident of the DIG in the Night-Time – as part of Dance International Glasgow, The Poetry Club at SWG3, Glasgow, 2017; [B]reach: The Fugitive Chronicles – as part of Arika Episode 8: Refuse Powers Grasp, Tramway, Glasgow, 2016; Techno Witch Ballet Workshops with Elizabeth Ward, Tramway, Glasgow. 2016. Bring a Score + Do a Score – As part of the exhibition The Only Way To do It Is To Do It, The Hunterian, Glasgow. 2015-16.

For more information visit glasgowopendanceschool.co.uk.

Glasgow Open Dance School (G.O.D.S)

Workshop

Everyone is a dancer and everyone is a teacher at Glasgow Open Dance School (G.O.D.S), a non-profit organisation that programmes and facilitates free dance and movement-related workshops.

A weekend of explorative provocations, events and shared learning situations led by artists Julia Scott, Romany Dear and Ashanti Harris will include five somatic workshops, a reading group and a collectively assembled resource room of movement research. Everyone is welcome to learn and share together.

Supported by Glasgow International.

Sat 28 April – Sun 29 April
Sat, 10am-8.30pm
Sun, 10am-5pm

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