COURSE OVERVIEW (scroll down to register)
WHEN: Sundays from 12pm - 2pm EST, January 20th - April 7th, 2019.
The Viewpoints is a technique of improvisation that grew out of the postmodern dance world. It was originated by dancer/choreographer, Mary Overlie who deconstructed the materials used in performance: space, time, shape, emotion, story, and movement, opening up their infinite possibilities. The student can expect to receive a clear vocabulary of materials to spark research or new perspective on their own work.
— Weekly 2-hour class
— Definition of Postmodernism in relationship to Classicism and Modernism
— Embodiment of the horizontal nature of Postmodernism through the study of Shape, Space, Time, Emotion, Movement, and Story through improvisations.
— Methods for incorporating the Viewpoints into an existing performance, creation, healing, or teaching practice
— Lectures and reading materials to support understanding of the theory and philosophy of postmodernism
— Homework assignments for deepening the relationship to the materials
— An on-line group forum for questions, discussion, and additional resources
— Special guest lecturers on poetry and future studies
$400 (scholarships and discounts for students available)
$375 Early Bird until December 15, 2018
REGISTRATION (Please fill out the following form. We will contact you with payment instructions to complete your registration and claim your spot!)