Dance With Different Bodies Workshop
Pera Learning will host the workshop “Dancing with Different Bodies” during the Disability Awareness Week.
“Dance with Different Bodies” is the first ensemble of its kind in Turkey, whose movement research methods are shared in international organizations and whose performances attract immense attention. In the scope of this project, the choreographer, dance therapist and academician Tuğçe Tuna focuses on individuals with different physical features, and the diversity and transformation of the body's mental, sentimental and biodynamic structure.
In this workshop, our goal is to analyze the relation between our creativity and body, enhance our bodily perceptions, and study body awareness, movement mechanics and sensory perception.
Celebrating its 19th year, “Dance with Different Bodies” was established by the choreographer, dance therapist and academician Tuğçe Tuna in 2000 in Istanbul and started to perform on January 8, 2001.
Please bring to the workshop clothing such as tracksuit, tights, t-shirt and socks. You may change your clothes in the museum.
All dance enthusiasts above the age of 18 may participate in the workshop, whether they have previous experience or not.
Trainer: Tuğçe Tuna
Age Group: 18+
Capacity: 20 people
Duration: 2 hours
The activity is free of charge.
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Choreographer, dancer, academic. As an artist whose communication with the universe passes through the body, movement and dance, she started to dance in 1983, at the Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Children's Ballet division. In 1996, she graduated with honors from the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, State Conservatory as the second of her class, and top-scoring student of the Performing Arts Department. Since 1993, she has participated in national and international festivals, events and academies with multidisciplinary and contemporary works of dance and performance arts, and as a trainer / specialist in contemporary dance and movement techniques. She currently works as a dancer and performance artist, choreographer, director, art director, and movement and dance therapist. Tuna began her academic teaching career in 1996 at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Contemporary Dance Department. From 2000 onwards, she delivered training programs and took the stage in Salzburg (SEAD 2002-2014), Vienna, Cologne, Berlin, Essen, Stuttgart, Stralsund, Paris, Angers, Lublin, Prague, Slovenia, Israel and Greece.
*Photos: Batu Tez Yüksel and Murat DürümThank you for your interest. This workshop is fully booked.