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"time is what keeps everything from happening at once" ~ Ray Cummings
Time As A Membrane
Time, like a membrane, is a well-defined structure, imaginably flexible, and a possibly permeable construct. Musing upon the spatial and geometric nature of time as point, line, surface, volume, environment and more, Andrew Harwood and Ray Chung will co-teach this intensive contact improvisation workshop informed and framed by notions of the temporal. As with membranes, time envelopes, and connects different aspects of the physical, of bodily movements, of stillness, and of events. They invite you to join them as they extemporize in the present moments.
Tuesday-Saturday, March 7-11, 10:00am-5:30pm (1.5 hr lunch)
Primary Location: Finnish Hall, Berkeley CA
Cost: $495 / Early bird: $375 if paid by Feb 7
For more information & registration: email@example.com
photo by Andrew Harwood
This workshop is sponsored by Finnish Hall and produced by Moving By Touch. For all logistical questions related to payment, attendance, schedule etc. please email to Vitali Kononov at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 510-703-1085.
March 7-11 2017
Register before February 7 and get the Early Bird discount