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The Motion Dance Collective: Filming & Editing for Movement-based Practices (online course)

The Motion Dance Collective: Filming & Editing for Movement-based Practices (online course)

The Motion Dance Collective: Filming & Editing for Movement-based Practices (online course)

Tramway

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Free - ticket required
Adult

Dates and times

Every day from 25th Jan 2021 until 27th Jan 2021
10:00AM - 1:45PM

A Tramway Evolves short course delivered via ZOOM

BOOKINGS FOR THIS SESSION ARE NOW CLOSED


An introductory short course 
Mon 25th,  Tues 26th & Wed 27th of Jan (10.00 – 13.45)
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Please note if you book for this short course you will be expected to commit to attending all 3 workshops.)

The emphasis of this short course is to illustrate frameworks in the working processes of both dance and film art forms. The sessions aim to bridge the gap between moving body and moving image, and to provide participants with the basic knowledge needed to begin using the camera and its accompanying equipment in a choreographic way.

Film and moving techniques will be implemented, adapted and manipulated to adhere to the specific needs of the participants, resulting in attendees gaining practical experience with tools that inject an essence of hybridity into their ongoing practice.  

To participate you will need access to the minimum equipment as follows: Mobile Phone, Editing Software, Laptop and a Webcam.

*BOOKING INFORMATION
Tramway Evolves sessions will be delivered digitally via ZOOM.  
Please note if you book for this short course you will be expected to commit to attending all 3 workshops

Email tramwayopportunities@glasgowlife.org.uk with the name of the session you wish to book by 10am on Monday 18 January. We'd like to provide our facilitator with information on who will be participating so they can deliver a bespoke session. We therefore ask that you email a short paragraph about your practice, why this professional development opportunity is specifically suited to your needs, and why you want to attend. If you have any access requirements for ZOOM, please inform us on booking so that we can ensure your needs are supported. 

Please note these sessions are designed for Scotland-based professional artists working within the field of contemporary performance, dance and live art. You are eligible to attend these sessions for free if your practice is routed within these specific artforms.

This programme is subsidised by Creative Scotland’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund which enables us to offer places to artists without charge.  Please note that while these sessions have no fee for participation they do have a tangible financial value and limited capacity.  When booking your space we ask you to take this into consideration, reflecting on whether attendance will specifically benefit your professional development and whether you can fully commit to the date and time.

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ABOUT THE MOTION DANCE COLLECTIVE
Award-winning screendance production company The Motion Dance Collective (The MDC) was founded in 2011 by director and choreographer, Omari 'Motion' Carter. Since its beginnings The MDC has gained worldwide recognition as a production company that presents thought-provoking work combining dance and moving image, using the hybrid practice that is screendance. The MDC aims to bring innovative dance-on-screen narratives to audiences, and engage artists with playful and educational digital-dance workshops.

About Tramway Evolves 
Tramway Evolves is a dynamic programme of professional development sessions designed for artists working in dance, live art and contemporary performance facilitated by some of the UKs leading practitioners in the fields of artistic creation, production management, participatory practice and screen dance.

This array of sessions is intended to support artists with creative and logistical tools to evolve their working practices, explore adapting work for screen or outdoor contexts as well as understanding safe systems of work under Covid 19 restrictions.

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