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SUMMER FESTIVAL

18—22
august 2021

DANCE WORKSHOPS

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Johanna Margaretha (Joan) van der Mast – Laban Movement Analysis and dance creation

Nourishing teaching tools

During this workshop you will gain insights, learn, listen, observe, discuss, move, research and (co)create around questions such as: what is (contemporary) dance? How to build and create dance phrases based on movement principles (regardless of your dance style)? How to make fun dance progressions for different levels and different age groups? You will gain insight into what Laban Movement Analysis can mean for teaching, creating, observing and enjoying dance. Find out what (your) learning style is and how you can apply the principles of The New Learning in teaching. Above all, you will learn to generate creativity in your dance and how to make your technique and exercises “juicy, dancy and fun”.

Johanna Margaretha (Joan) van der Mast is an internationally respected teacher, choreographer, lecturer, coach and advisor in contemporary dance and Laban Movement Analysis. She is a Codarts (Rotterdam) graduate and she is a certified Laban Movement Analyst (New York), studied Choreology (Laban London), Yoga and Stott Pilates. She has a rich and diverse career in teaching. Currently she works at The Royal Conservatory The Hague, Zagreb Dance Academy and the University of Goce Delchev (Macedonia). She is also Artistic Director of New Dance Center and the New Dance Young Talent program in The Hague (The Netherlands). She is specialised in creating curricula for dance programs, training teachers and choreographers and she developed a special methodology for teaching contemporary dance based on Laban Movement Analysis and New Learning Principles. 

 

When
Sat 21/08
Sun 22/08

Language: en, nl

Price (standard): € 110
Prijs (reductietarief): € 90


Registration
Joan van der Mast