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Brum Pro Class w/ Polly Hudson

17 Feb 2022

10:00

90 minutes
THIS CLASS HAS LIMITED CAPACITY AND TICKETS CAN ONLY BE BOOKED IN ADVANCE ONLINE. Please read DanceXchange’s Covid-19 safety procedures to ensure you can return to the studio with us safely. You should only attend if you can present evidence of a negative Lateral Flow Test taken no more than 24 hours prior to your arrival.

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CLASS DESCRIPTION:

Skinner Releasing Technique (SRT) is a dance technique thatis characterised by its use of imagery, tactile studies and embodied dancing.It differs from other dance techniques in that it fuses improvisationalapproaches, image and alignment without the use of set steps.

In SRT we are unravelling layers of holding and letting goof preconceptions of who we are in our dancing, and in our very selves, andperhaps therefore in our approach to our creativity.

Everyone is welcome.


BIO:

Polly Hudson is a certified teacher of Skinner ReleasingTechnique, the principles of which underpin her approach to teaching, makingart and daily activities. Her PhD was the first in dance by publication in theUK, and it considered Skinner Releasing Technique in relationship to creativityin dance performance making.

Polly’s work focuses on process within an artistic practice,ethical embodied approaches to teaching and interaction, Skinner ReleasingTechnique, and eco-somatics. As a gardener, she is curious about at what pointa practice, or an activity becomes art. She has made performance andscreendance works that have been shown in the UK and internationally tocritical acclaim over a twenty-five-year period.

Polly was previously Course Director for Dance at Coventry Universityand is currently Head of Movement at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire where sheleads on and teaches movement provision for actors and supervises MA and PhDstudents.

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Key Information

Duration
90 minutes
Costs
Full Price: £8.00
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