Latest photo towards the Co-creative dance comes from Tampere Finland. Hoopers Hanna Airaksinen, Aurora Pietiläinen, Minna Leivo and, Tiia-Mari Hytti, at Henna Matanuska’s hoop class contributed this strong visual. We can’t wait to have all the photos form the final dance at the end of October. Filming it with our dancers will be exciting! Send your dance photo today to be part of this on going co-creative dance project.
Build your own dance practice from your unique movement history. Movers of all levels and ages can begin to make their own dances and find new ideas to work with. Do the dance task, answer the dance journal questions and find out how others experienced the dance.
The founder of Ovda dance company and Dance moms Svetlana Ovsyannikova joins Dancing cards co-creative project in Bristol UK. Svetlana will be offering mini-workshops as part of her regular classes, giving you the opportunity to join the international exciting co-creative dance project! You will help to build a dance together with dancers from cities such as Helsinki, New York, Sydney and Amsterdam.
Take a class with Svetlana or send your photo towards the dance with the form below. You can find Ovda website here.
Let’s create together!
Dancing cards invite you to enjoy the creative process of dance making. Anyone can get inspired by our dance tasks and begin to develop personal movement taste and style. Scroll down for dance tasks and how to tips...
Follow the Dancing cards Journaling questions to observe what arises from your practice. Find out what your dances have to tell?
Take part in the Dancing cards co-creative project online or at your local dance studio. Send your dances to our dancers in NYC, they will co-create a dance piece with you and Dancing cards members around the world. Find out more
The Dancing cards tasks work as a spark of inspiration for your personal dances. With the Dancing cards tasks, you can build your own dances or make dances with friends and family. The Dancing cards tasks are meant to be used as part of dance journaling. When you observe your dances and enjoy the creative flow of movement, you begin to notice patterns and details of what your dances have to tell. The Dancing cards tasks are designed by the Dancing cards team and quest dance artists.
All information and dance tasks on this website are for inspiration use only.
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