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Mask and Movement Play: Visual Art and Dance Improvisation

1st February 2016 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm

In person | Virtual event

 Mask and Movement Play: Visual Art and Dance Improvisation

Come an spend an evening with some of the best, brightest and most inspiring theatre, dance and movement practitioners in the country. Learn new skills, release hidden talents, improve your practice and create new work.

This workshop is open to everybody and is the fourth of a series of ten on Monday evenings at Conway Hall. We’ll guide you if you are a newcomer and stretch you if you are an experienced professional.

Wear clothing that you can easily move in.

This event will be led by Mark Carberry.

A workshop to come into play with mask and movement and reveal our collective body through moving and making masks together in a shared space. The workshop will combine meditative movement, authentic witnessing and mask making.

Mark Carberry is a dance artist from Limerick. He is currently living in London. He works in collaboration with artists whose work questions, challenges and extends the peripheries of dance, choreography and performance.His performance work is informed by his daily movement practice in somatic training and improvisation techniques, taking shape in the form of workshops, performances, interactions, installations and happenings.

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