Mondays: July 1 – August 26, 2019
Limited to 10 participants per session.
Vanguard Culture Headquarters @ IDEA1
895 Park Blvd #124
San Diego, Ca 92101
In partnership with Vanguard Culture, Improvisation Project Network presents the Experiential Movement Lab to help research how physical movement can be a metaphor for finding balance in life and overall health. Movement can help people find connection to their inner-self, and create a sense of responsibility and acknowledgement for those practicing it. Workshops will be curated by internationally trained dance improvisor Patricia Maldonado and will incorporate guest teachers from the San Diego region and beyond. Improvisation Project Network supports improvisers and developing alternative platforms that unite the Mexican and U.S. border.
To use dance and improvisational movement to provide creative personal and professional development for the community at large. To break sedentary patterns in our daily lives that lead to physical and creative atrophy. Attendees will learn to eliminate fear and self-doubt in their interactions with the world around them, using movement as a catalyst for identifying one’s greater purpose.
FOR WHOM IS THIS WORKSHOP?
– Professionals from all creative fields and individuals curious about Movement or the Body itself.
– Those interested in maintaining a healthy balance of mind, body and creative spirit.
By analyzing elements of our existing movement patterns and encouraging conscious action and awareness of the way that we engage with our bodies. We will look deep into questions that analyze our posture, tendencies in movement, internal motivations, and creative purpose.
Presented by Vanguard Culture, The FORUM is a professional development series for creatives from the visual, performing and culinary arts. From workshops, to lectures, to panel discussions and meaningful networking, this series provides industry professionals with the tools, resources, and opportunities to become better at their craft and to make a living doing the thing they love.
This program was made possible thanks to our generous Professional Development Sponsor Jack Lampl