Things that might happen in a SEE workshop...
At SEE we believe everyone can dance.
Our open workshops are about the joy of movement . Ideas and concepts are generated by participants, and explored through dance, movement, text, games and improvisation. The group is led by the SEE Core Ensemble and Creative Provocateurs.
Open to all movers over 10 years old. No previous experience is required. The class operates on a ‘personal best’ principle and suits all body types, and skill sets. Learn new moves, and how performance is made.
A workshop series for movers of all abilities who are interested in creating awesome performance.
SEE Creative Director will co-facilitate with SEE ensemble members but the emphasis is on collaborative work - everyone contributes.
This workshop if for you if you have performance experience and are open to working with others in an experimental way.
There is scope for working with your own stories and experiences through a process of exploration and discovery.
The project will work towards a showing at the end of the year
SEE is about knocking down the barriers to participation in performance. It is about offering a creative experience to everyone and bringing all of those dancing bodies onto public stages of their own design. It is about bringing exceptions, exclusions, the outsiders, gaps in thinking and gaps in moving out into the open. It is about creating exceptions to the rules.
Join us for exceptional acts and exceptional encounters, and most importantly a chance to move with exceptional people: people who defy norms, who don't fit neatly and who challenge our expectations of dance and the dancing body.
Check our CALENDAR for details of upcoming SEE workshops and events.
SEE has a vaccination policy for entry to our studio and participation in our workshop program that aligns with the industry expectations when working with people with disability. [check out our POLICY for details]
SEE acknowledges Australian's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live, learn and work. We pay our respect to their Elders, past present and emerging, and to our shared future.