On-line registration is closed, but this workshop is not sold-out
YOU CAN STILL WALK-IN AND PAY AT THE DOOR

Architectural Playground: 
The Joys of Structure in Contact Improvisation 

 Through support from the bones and an understanding of structural integrity, we find buoyancy, resiliency, and specificity.

"The playground comes to life with counterbalances, launching pads, unexpected levers, and waves to ride. We find easeful pathways up and down from the ground and into the air through attentive response to the moving landscape of our partners."

 

This workshop offers material accessible to both beginners and experienced dancers wishing to deepen their practice.

Details regarding Moti's December 1st workshop, here.
Attend both and receive a $10 refund and free admission to a Tuesday Jam.



LOCATION:  
St. John's Episcopal Church (Parish Hall), 74 Pleasant St (Rte 60), Arlington Center
Here's a GoogleMap: tinyurl.com/ks2nj7c
Enter the Church; thru the furthest rear door on the side street, Lombard Road
Busses: up Mass Ave to Arlington Center: (77 from Harvard Sq) (79 from Alewife Sta)
Street Parking: From Pleasant St (Rte 60) enter the side street, Lombard Road; continue one block; it ends at Lombard Terrace. Plenty of parking on Lombard Terrace.

IMPORTANT: This workshop happens at an unusual venue for CIB - it is neither the Tuesday Jam space nor a space where CIB events frequently happen.



SCHEDULE:
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Doors opens; Registration & warmups ...........................9:30am
Morning workshop session............................................10:00am-1:00pm
Lunch break (BYO, we only supply limited snacks)............1:00-2:00pm
Afternoon workshop Session..........................................2:00-4:00pm
Out of the space by......................................................4:30pm



COSTS & REGISTRATION: 

On-line registration is closed, but this workshop is not sold-out
YOU CAN STILL WALK-IN AND PAY AT THE DOOR

ON-LINE REGISTRATION DISCOUNT PRICING
Discount online registration closes midnight, Thurs 11/9/2018

$75 - Regular rate - Employed, retired, self employed. This is most of us.
$65 - Full-time student rate - (also unemployed or severe economic issues)
$85 - Professional rate.  Please pay this rate if you are well employed.
$100 - Supporting the Arts rate

Attend both this and Moti's December 1st workshop and receive a $10 refund and free admission to a Tuesday Jam.


AT THE DOOR PRICING: (Space is available.)
$90 - Regular rate - Employed, retired, self employed. This is most of us.
$80 - Full-time student rate - (also unemployed or severe economic issues)
$100 - Professional rate.  Please pay this rate if you are well employed.
$120 - Supporting the Arts rate


FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIP DONATIONS:
To Apply: If the lowest level of our sliding scale is too expensive for you, we offer a limited number of applicants $20 off their fee on a first-come-first-served basis. Apply on the registration form. (This aid, if still available, may still be applied to those walking in and paying at-the-door rates.)

To Donate: If you have even a little extra, please donate to the scholarship fund as you register.  Your support enables more dancers to attend CIB events.  Donate when you register online.
                                                                                                     
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OUT-OF-TOWNERS:  You are welcome - come one, come all! We can help you with housing here in the homes of local dancers. Please register early and indicate you need housing; we'll work it out for you.

Questions about housing?   Email housing@ContactImprovBoston.com



TEACHER BIO: Daniel Davis (Formerly known as Danbear) has been teaching and dancing CI and improvisational composition for over half his life. He utilizes the form as personal practice as well as in the creation of performance work. His teaching has been greatly influenced by The Axis Syllabus (which he teaches). His approach to CI is one of constant research into the expansion of range and choice. He also has been taking Contact Improv to new heights with its application to acrobatic stilts in collaboration with Kristen Greco and The Carpetbag Brigade. 

Daniel has taught internationally in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and throughout North America. He has performed on submarines, desert rocks, construction scaffolding, and art galleries. He’s made pieces about dementia, gender, war, heritage, identity. He cares about image, awe, and beauty. In creating a wide and rich acceptance of what it is to be human. He has been blessed with opportunities to perform with Nancy Stark Smith, Nita Little, Scott Wells, Guillermo Gomez Peña, Kira Kirsch, The Body Cartography Project, Live Art Installations, Felix Ruckert, Erika Tsimbrovsky, Caro Novella, and many other inspiring body/minds.



QUESTIONS: Email Paul: registrations@contactimprovboston.com



THE FINE PRINT:

Cancelation Policy:
 •   If the whole event is canceled, we will refund the entire registration fee of pre-registered participants.  If we cancel an event part-way through, we will pro-rate that refund.
•   If a registered participant withdraws from an event more than two weeks before the event, we will fully refund their registration fee, minus a $10 administration fee.
•   If a registered participant withdraws less than two weeks before the event, no refund will be issued.  Also applies to no-show, (but please let us know so we can plan better.)
•   We will consider hardship situations for refunds before and during the event.  Please contact the registrar.



HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE AND DANCE!