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    Explore Arts: Dance & Movement Master Class with Tanya Voges


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    Event description

    Get moving with dynamic dance and movement workshops hosted by Tanya Voges. Explore how movement translates into visual art and mark making.  

    This workshop will have a special collaborative element, with dance makers and songwriters having an opportunity to come together to share their work. We will spend the final part of the session sharing, learning from each other, and exploring how movement and sound work together to create a rich and exciting form of artistic expression. 

    Artist Bio: 

    Tanya Voges is an interdisciplinary artist, facilitator and creative arts therapist, whose work is based on her history of dance. Through an attempt to constantly capture the ephemerality of dance, Tanya works with mark making and performance drawing, through film and photography, through interviews and spoken word. Tanya engages with community through site specific performance, workshops, and choreography for diverse groups from mothers with their babies, youth dance practice, professional performers through to the elderly. As a professional member of ANZACATA, Tanya is a qualified Creative Art Therapist specialising in Dance/Movement Therapy. 
     
    Suitable for ages: 12-17 

    Get moving with dynamic dance and movement workshops hosted by Tanya Voges. Explore how movement translates into visual art and mark making. Collaboration will be a highlight.

    Artist Bio:

    Tanya Voges is an interdisciplinary artist, facilitator and creative arts therapist, whose work is based on her history of dance. Through an attempt to constantly capture the ephemerality of dance, Tanya works with mark making and performance drawing, through film and photography, through interviews and spoken word. Tanya engages with community through site specific performance, workshops, and choreography for diverse groups from mothers with their babies, youth dance practice, professional performers through to the elderly. As a professional member of ANZACATA, Tanya is a qualified Creative Art Therapist specialising in Dance/Movement Therapy.

    Suitable for ages: 12-17 

    Accessibility information 

    This event will occur within Carclew's Ballroom on the ground floor, ramp entrance available at rear of building.

    Further information about accessibility for this venue is available on Carclew's website. 


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