Performance Intensive

Flow Arts ~ Exploring Movement with Props

Flow ArtsAugust 16th 1:00pm – 4pm, 17th and 18th 2:00pm – 5:00pm

3 Day workshop series ~ In association with Still Moon Arts Society

This is an opportunity to learn and or develop further skills in prop arts such as Hoops, Poi, Staff and other fun dance props with Ariel Amara, a local performance artist and fun-silly-tator. Participants will play and learn these movement arts as well as performance skills in a fun, inclusive and exploratory atmosphere. As an extension of the body, these tools allow us to feel weight and force outside of ourselves, creating shapes, forms and sensations beyond our bodies capability. They help us to develop muscle memory, co-ordination, right brain/ left brain communication and to delight in dancing and playing! And looking cool. 😉
Some props provided but you are encouraged to bring your own props if you have them!

All participants will be invited, but not required, to participate in further rehearsals and perform at the grand finale performance at the Moon Festival in late September.
$45 for one, $80 for two

See below for more details.

(more…)

Still Moon Arts Society Performance Workshop Series

Image 1

Isabelle Kirouac in motion!

Curious to learn how acrobatics and stiltwalking can blend into one beautiful art form?

Come brush up on your stiltwalking and delve into the world of acrobatic stiltwalking in a series of summer workshops hosted by Still Moon Arts Society. Accomplished performer, choreographer, and instructor Isabelle Kirouac will be running each session, and all workshop participants will be invited to perform in the main stage performance at the Still Moon Arts Performance Festival, this September.

See below for details.

(more…)

Performance Intensive Training Camp Cancelled

We regret to inform you, due to low registration and circumstances beyond our control, we will be cancelling our Performance Intensive Training Camp for 2013.
We would like to thank you for your interest and support for what we do, and we will be working to re-evaluate and redesign the camp for 2014.
We apologize for any inconveniences this made.