Travel Art Dance Company runs regular classes and workshops for adults and children. Subject to availability around the company’s own performing schedule, TADC also conducts workshops for performing artists, schools, dance schools and community groups. Please contact us for more information.
ADULT AND CHILD CLASSES – SUNDAY MORNING SERIES
Do you have a small person in your life you want to dance with? Our adult and child classes are designed for young children (walking to 4 years) and their parents/carers/relatives/friends! Classes are built around a different theme each week. Each class makes use of direction, music and selected props to facilitate physical exploration, engagement, creativity, connection and cooperation in a shared dance experience for adults and children. Taught by Artistic Director Meah Velik-Lord.
Sunday mornings July 28 – August 25, 2019
9:30-10:15 AM (walking to 2.5 years)
10:45-11:45 AM (2.5 to 4 years)
Level 1 studio, 73 Grattan St Carlton
Five-week series: $100 total.
We know life with little ones can be unpredictable! For this series we only ask for commitment to 3 classes up front ($60), but if it turns out you have a smooth 5 weeks and can attend every class (which of course we hope you can!), the balance for any remaining classes is due at the end of the series.
For more information or to register your interest, please contact Meah at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0418 567334.
ADULT CLASSES – MONDAY NIGHT SERIES
Taught by Artistic Director Meah Velik-Lord, this series incorporates individual, small group and ensemble work and makes use of music and props to extend creativity and vocabulary of physical expression. Classes have a strong focus on aesthetic as well as physical exploration, and are designed for anyone wanting to develop and refine their own movement style, extend their creativity in a new direction or broaden their experience with movement-based improvisation.
The series is designed primarily for those with some prior dance/movement experience (yes, minimal experience is fine, and yes, a long time ago is also fine!). Or you have never danced before you would still be very welcome – please just contact Meah beforehand to discuss.
Monday evenings 7:30-9:00 pm
5 weeks July 15 – August 12, 2019.
Green Monday Studios, 73 Grattan St Carlton.
5-class series $90
Places limited – $30 deposit due by Monday July 8 to reserve your place, balance on or before Monday July 15.
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For more information, please contact Meah (0418 567334 / email@example.com) or see www.facebook.com/events/484007889072399
THE UNFOLDING SELF – WITH YOGA, BRUSH AND INK
We’re excited to be hosting the fourth Unfolding Self workshop for 2019, with Richard Liddicut from Behold Art. No previous experience required – we look forward to seeing you there!
This workshop combines yoga and brush and ink techniques in a way that takes the student into an inner, fluid and interconnected world where the outer layers of the ego melt away to reveal our inner nature.
Pool of resources: Yoga – movement, posture, sound, relaxation, concentration and meditation practices; Brush and Ink – Ink Mixing, Japanese Ink Painting and Japanese Calligraphy techniques, Poetry and Intuitive Painting.
Friday July 12, 6:15-9:30pm
Level 1, 73 Grattan St, Carlton, Melbourne.
$40 full / $30 conc
ph. 9387 1236 / firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE TEACHER:
Between 1973 and 1985, Richard received extensive yoga teacher training under the late Dorotea Mangiamele, founder of Mangala Studios of Yoga and Creative Dance. Richard has been teaching yoga continuously since 1975, and is a full member of I.Y.T.A.
Since 1973 Richard has studied under a number of Oriental Ink Brush painting and calligraphy teachers. His major teachers have been André Sollier, Yap Teo Khoon, Ms Shigyoku Kitaoji, Zhang Jian Xhong, Yao Dixiong and Mr Houzan Ikegami. For 16 years he studied under the modern Japanese calligraphy master, the late Inagaki Suho, and at present holds the teaching rank ‘Shihan Kaku’ with the Shodo Gaku Shu School, Nagoya, Japan.
Richard has been teaching Ink Brush painting to adults and children since 1980, and has exhibited on numerous occasions in Australia and overseas.