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Espace doctorants en danse

Dance in Body, Dance in Mind, février-mars 2011, Oxford

Dance and Academia : Moving the Boundaries presents ’Dance in Body, Dance in Mind’
at Dancin’ Oxford 2011

A series of events bringing together dance practitioners and academics to explore a range of themes through discussion and practice.

MONDAY 21st FEBRUARY, 6-8pm, Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, 66 St Giles
Sue Ash : ’Fit’ women : aesthetic movement or eugenic exercise in the private gardens and public parks of early twentieth century Britain ?
Catherine Charlwood : ’Agony nearest Delight’ : When and where dance allows us to hurt beautifully

MONDAY 28th FEBRUARY, 6-8pm, Top Room at Oxford Playhouse, Beaumont St
Christopher Engdahl : Choreographic Authorship and Digital Media (Talk and interactive session)

MONDAY 7th MARCH, 6.30-8.30pm, Top Room at Oxford Playhouse, Beaumont St
Sarah Whatley : Watching Live and Virtual dance : negotiating the relationship between embodiment and technology
Vicky Fisher : Dance Imagery : the Influence of the Mind on the Body (interactive session)

SATURDAY 19th MARCH, 11.30-5.30pm, MBI Al Jaber Building, Corpus Christi College, Merton St
Karen Wood, Dee Reynolds and Rosie Kay (Watching Dance Project) : Performer-Spectator Relations in Dance
Sue Smith : Dancing in the Dark : A Hierarchy of the senses in dance performance ?
Ruth Pethybridge : Relating to Age : Performances of singularity in cross-generational performances
Gill Williams : Dance and Disability : Moving the Boundaries
Debbie Lee-Anthony : Sharing the dance through the lived body and On Middle Ground (performance)

Admission : Monday evenings suggested donation of £2 Saturday 19th March : £10 or £7 concessions (includes light lunch), available from Tickets Oxford www.ticketsoxford.com or 01865 305 305.

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