Re-embody: the workshop.
Interweave Arts community Event by lead artists Carmencita Palermo & Ralf Hartel
16th August 4pm – 5pm
Venue: Satsang Launceston Yoga Sanctuary 70, Elizabeth St Launceston
Organisation: Interweave Arts
Target audience : all ages
Workshop movement meditation: a taste of the creative process for Re-embody
Re-embody is an illuminated, kinetic, sculptural installation/devised theatre with live music, which will be presented at REMADE (Annex Theatre, Inveresk 24 August ) and Junction Arts Festival (Prince’s Square, Launceston 7 September).
Re-embody invites participants from the greater Launceston community to join our open workshops, where we will explore the themes of environmental sustainability and our attachment to accumulation, using interactive and organic creative processes to create large scale performance installations that are site and audience specific.
On the occasion of the Tamar Valley Peace Festival community members from diverse abilities, ages and backgrounds will have the opportunity to join lead artists Carmencita Palermo to have a taste of the creative process. Through story telling /spoken word and meditative movement we’ll focus on the theme of LET IT GO. Wear comfortable warm clothing and be ready to share the story of your own attachment; bring along an item of personal clothing or small object that you are willing to let go of … finally. Why have you kept that t-shirt in the wardrobe for 3 years and never worn it? Your clothing will be transformed and will become part of the kinetic installation of Re-embody.
Join Re-embody facebook group to follow the project and book your participation -
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Re-embody is supported by the Regional Arts Fund and Arts Tasmania (Minister for the Arts)
Contact: Carmencita Palermo email@example.com
wheelchair access: no
Do people need to book for this event? : yes via facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/382180032442869/