Practice to Performance Workshop with CALI & CO dance/Christine Cali
Cali's Workshop investigates creative process into performance, including a Yoga warm up, somatic-based Contemporary Technique Class, Contact Improvisation, Choreographic Invention, Creative Inquiry, talking dance, thinking dance, making dance.
WHEN: Sat/Sun, Sept. 27/28, 2014
with informal showing - Sunday, Sept. 28 @ 4:00pm
*Invite friends and family
*reception to follow (wine & snacks)
WHERE: 975 Howard Studios/Human Creature
975 Howard Street btw 5th & 6th
San Francisco, CA
***Christine Cali is the Artistic Director of the San Francisco based CALI & CO dance founded in 2000. Her performance and teaching career spans over two decades both nationally and internationally. She holds an MFA in Dance from Hollins University/American Dance Festival (06'), BFA from Ohio University (97'), she is certified in Pilates and co-directed projectLIMB in Brooklyn, NY (03'-06').
Cali creates work that is poignant and revelatory; works that (de) construct social norms and openly challenges constructs of gender, race and class. Meshing form and technique with improvisation; precision with wild abandon; motion with words; body with technology, Cali crafts her dances from an unapologetic, present, and daring state.
She is teaching faculty at ODC Dance Commons, Sonoma State University and ROCO Dance and tours regularly as a guest artist and teacher including ALONZO KINGS LINES BFA program, American Conservatory Theater/A.C.T- MFA program, University of San Francisco, The Branson School, The Marin School of The Arts, San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, Arizona State University, University of Wyoming, University of South Florida, Mendocino College, Ohio University, SungKyunKwan University in Seoul, S Korea, The Ambrit School in Rome, Italy and workshops and performances in Japan, China, Toronto, NYC and more.
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975 Howard Studio (View)
975 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
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