A conversation series facilitated by P. Megan Andrews.
Unworking/Reworking: Choreographic Im/Possibilities for Togetherness
How do we choreograph togetherness – past, present, future? How are the qualities and practicalities of togetherness part of the choreographic process? How are these considerations now in question, or being activated differently?
As part of the disorientation project, Dance Centre Associate Artist and scholar P. Megan Andrews invites participants to an experimental series of conversations to explore these questions in relation to various themes together with invited guests.
How are you practicing? What are the forces and relations that activate your practice? What frames reveal or conceal it? How do shifting contexts both collapse and expand possibility? Where do you perceive the open spaces and edges of the field? Listen and/or contribute as you choose.
Via Zoom: to register, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 1pm PST on the day of the event.
P. Megan Andrews, PhD, (she/her) is a settler dance artist and scholar, movement educator and writer/editor. Her artistic research queries the aesthetics of ethics through practices of movement, voice, perception and relationality, and through critical-poetic writing and dialogue. With the disorientation project, she is working through the Special Projects and Partnerships program as an Associate Artist with The Dance Centre. pmeganandrews.com
Field | Practice | Context: A Conversation Series
Friday May 8, 2020 | 2pm – 4pm PST
Friday May 29, 2020 | 2pm – 4pm PST, Topic and Guests TBA.
Friday June 26, 2020 | 2pm – 4pm PST, Topic and Guests TBA.
Photo by Britta Wirthmueller