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A Day with Leah Marojevic

Tuesday 07 May
Morning Class: 10:30-12:00 (£5.50)
Afternoon Workshop: 13:00-15:30 (£20)

Leah’s class and workshop is a practice and a party of INTEREST and SELF LOVE through the action of dancing the body.

Morning class will begin with a focus on the somatic sensitivities of the body, working with the intention of meeting with the body in whatever physical, emotional, and metaphysical condition it is in. This will then expand out into an extended communal groove session guided through Leah’s inner dialogues, questions, confusions, imaginaries and foolish, unrehearsed statements that are the drivers of her own dancing practices/life. What can we tell the body and what can the body tell us?

The afternoon workshop will carry the mornings musings to work between authentic movement practice and free associative writing. We will make space to deepen our ability to hear when a thought makes a movement and when a movement makes a thought.

Book one or join us for both!

Both the morning class and afternoon workshop are open level

Dates
7 May 2019
Location
Charlton House
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Class tutor

Leah Marojevic

Leah originally from the UK, spent three months with Sydney Dance Company’s Pre-Professional Year after graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Dance in Melbourne, Australia 2013. Leah was the recipient of the Australian Council for the Arts, ArtStart Grant in 2015 and received the Orloff Family Trust award for ‘Most Outstanding Dancer’ in 2013. Leah is a contemporary dance artist who performs, makes performance, writes, teaches, directs and artistically supports other dance makers. Leah collaborates regularly with Theo Clinkard and Colette Sadler, and has worked with choreographers, visual artists and companies; Sarah Browne, Joe Moran, Sam Williams, Megan Rooney, Candoco Dance Company, Mirjam Gurtner, Clod Ensemble, Andrew Graham, Darcy Wallace, Skånes Dansteater, Seke Chimutengwende, and Becky Hilton among others.