Contact Improvisation Ensemble

Events — LAB 028, ARU, Cambridge Campus, East Road, CB1 1PT
23 January 2024, 19:00 — 26 March 2024, 21:00
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Join us for our sessions of Contact Improvisation, open to staff and students of ARU, and to the community of Cambridge.

Tuesdays biweekly from 7.00pm – 9:00pm in LAB 028 (ARU, Cambridge Campus)

  • January 16th and 30th
  • February 13th and 27th
  • March 12th and 26th

Contact Improvisation is a dance practice based in two or more bodies moving in contact. It involves exploration through movement improvisation by using the fundamentals of sharing weight, touch, being kinetically aware and finding a point of contact between you and your partner(s). Sometimes wild and athletic, other times quiet and meditative, it is a form open to all bodies and enquiring minds. Contact Improvisation started in 1972 with a performance in NYC as a project of American Choreographer Steve Paxton and has evolved to a whole new way of moving.

All levels welcome, it's free to attend - come join!

For more information, please contact Dr Eva Aymami Rene:

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