Join Caroline Bowditch for a class to explore your bones and land in your skin. Drawing on the principles of Universal Design in Dance and using structured improvisational offerings, dancers will have the opportunity to find the dance that works for their body in the now.
This class will use visualisations, improvisation and aims to be accessible to all bodies present. It is aimed at professional and emerging artists who have some experience of dance practices.
No pre-booking required.
ACCESS: If you require a step-free entrance, please arrive to the double white doors on Little Dryburgh Street South (next door to number 35) as the entrance at 130 Dryburgh Street leads to an internal staircase.
Where possible, please contact Tom to discuss any other access requirements in advance of the class.
Today's class is part of LGI's Disability Action Plan ongoing commitment to improve the accessibility of LGI's studio programs and create opportunities for Disabled and non-disabled artists to engage in inclusive practices.
Read more about LGI's Disability Action Plan here: https://lucyguerininc.com/programs#access-and-inclusion
You can read about LGI's current COVID Safe protocols here: https://lucyguerininc.com/wxyz-studios#covid-safety-at-wxyz-studios
Program and Opportunity Access
Please contact Tom if you have any access requirements to engage in this activity.
Find WXYZ Studios accessibility information here: https://lucyguerininc.com/wxyz-studios#accessibility-guide
If you have any access requirements for this activity, please contact Tom in advance to discuss: firstname.lastname@example.org
For bookings and information on specific access and transport.