Who likes to “Move It Move It”? Join us for this fun and experimental dance and movement workshop with friends!
So, who likes to Move It Move It? Join us for this fun and experimental dance and movement workshop with friends!
Can’t help but break into a dance move in the playground, or are you more of a kitchen twirler? These school holiday dance workshops will be an opportunity to cut some new movements, facilitated by the energetic dancer and local choreographer, Jade Dewi.
Over the 3-hour workshop, Jade will be working with young people to devise individual expression through movement and dance and choreograph the group for a final performance. If you’re keen, Jade will also help you develop a movement performance for the screen, with the option to capture movement using a green screen and combine your movements with video effects.
What can I expect?
This will be a fun dance/ movement workshop that is accessible for young people. There will be instruction on dance and movement, encouraging young people to build their confidence and work in a group setting to make a choreographed performance. There will be an opportunity to capture you dance or movement performance using a green screen to play with your movement and special video effects.
Free – Bookings essential . Lunch provided
This workshop has been supported by the NSW Office for Regional Youth Holiday Break Program.
Terms & Conditions
For participants under the age of 16, parents and/or guardians of children must remain within Yarrila Place for the duration of the workshop.
If you arrive more than 15 minutes after the advertised start time and there are people in the standby queue, your spot may be allocated to the standby queue.
If you are unable to attend, please cancel your registration at least 24 hours prior to the event. As Programs have limited spaces, repeated failure to notify staff of cancellations may result in bookings being refused in the future.
Attendance at our events may be digitally recorded through photographs and/or videos. These images may be used by City of Coffs Harbour in their publications, social media, council’s website or newspaper. Please notify staff if you do not wish the participant to be filmed/ photographed.
About the teacher
Jade Dewi Tyas Tunggal is a dancer, choreographer, facilitator and director. Born in Darkinjung Country she has Javanese heritage directly descended from Yogyakarta’s first Sultan and Borobudur temple and equally Australian Scottish Viking convict-settler. Classical ballet, jazz, modern, Javanese court and Bali temple dance, eco-somatic improvisation and creative collaboration with First Nations Australian dance artists inform her unique movement language. Awarded High Distinction for a Master of Choreography Research at VCA Melbourne University her imaginative and highly theatrical work has been created and performed in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. An experienced mentor with NORPA, Arts Northern Rivers, Outback Theatre for Young People, Beyond Empathy and Sprung!! and co-directs Angourie Dance Youth Project. Her work is interdisciplinary and intercultural, grounded in inclusive spirituality and a deep personal reverence for place, nature and leaving the world better than she found it. www.jadedewi.com