Evening Classes
13, 20 July & 24, 31 August *Feldenkrais with Céline Van der Haegen
13, 20 July & 24, 31 August *Contemporary Dance with Céline Van der Haegen
15, 22 July & 26, 31 Aug & 2 Sept *Somatic Practices & Dance with Céline Van der Haegen

Full Week Classes
27-31 July *Rest in Motion Research with Ady Elzam
28-31 July *Technique classes with David Hernandez
3-7 August *GAGA/dancers with Chen-Wei Lee
3-7 August *GAGA/people with Chen-Wei Lee
17-21 August *Composition Workshop with David Hernandez
17-21 August *Improvisation with David Hernandez
24-28 August *Rest in Motion Research with Ady Elzam

Fulltime Week Workshop
6-17 July *BougeMoveBeweeg with MoVart Kids & Adolescents
24-28 August *Physicology & Improvisation with Jos Baker

Weekend Workshop
18 July & 1, 8 August *Parents & Kids Workshop with MoVart
29 & 30 August *Dance Phrasing with Roxane Huilmand

Events
23, 29 & 30 August *Creation Evolution Presentation with MoVart Kids
30 August *Dance Performance Journey & Dinner Celebration

Contact
Danscentrumjette
55, Rue Edmond Van Cauwenberghstraat
1080 Molenbeek/ Brussels

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Jetsummer 2020/ DCJ OPEN AIR

Jos Baker
Physicology and Improvisation for Research 11.00h - 17.00h

The day will start with Physicology; is an approach to teaching dance technique developed by Jos Baker over the last 12 years. Physicology combines art and science; using a prism of physics, anatomy, evolutionary-biology, psychology and performance skills to to help dancers get a greater fundamental understanding of their technique and how that can be applied to performance. These fundamentals are then applied into challenging and complex dance material.

The afternoons will focus on Improvisation for research; building tools and techniques to use improvisation to research and develop movement ideas. How does improvisation for research differ from other uses of improvisation? How can we develop new ideas through improvisation? How can we identify and clarify a movement concept?