"I believe you are both teacher and student every time you dance. Learning to experience the nuances of your body in motion can open up worlds of imagination, empathy and memory. Everything moves.
I believe we survive by learning when to hold on and when to let go. And the beauty comes from enjoying the ride..."
“Everything starts as a story we tell ourselves about ourselves.” Jeanette Winterson
Memoir & Movement
Open Summer Sessions 2020 ZOOM
- MOVE - TALK - WRITE -
Explore your body of stories. In this memoir-focused workshop, Sara Porter leads participants through a lively series of movement improvisations, writing prompts and vocal explorations to generate different kinds of memoir material geared toward performance. Questions surrounding memory, identity, storytelling, performance and craft are explored through creative work and conversation. A thoughtful and fun approach to memoir. Artistic experience - in any discipline - is recommended.
June 30 - Aug 18, 2020 (8 weeks)
Pay as you can - $15-25 per session.
Please send payment 24 hours in advance of class to confirm your attendance.
(If payment is a barrier to attending, please email me directly. No-one will be turned away.)
Reserve your spot at email@example.com
IN STUDIO classes Currently suspended due to CoVid19
Basic Ballet for All Bodies
An easy and contemporary and take on an old form. This weekly, queer-friendly, low-stress adult ballet class offers exercise, wellbeing and general fun.
Bring your socks and sense of humour!
Open, drop-in classes.
Artscape Youngplace | 180 Shaw Street
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org
Memoir & Movement STUDIO SESSIONS
Email email@example.com for details.
Talk -- Write -- Move
What to Bring:
Comfortable clothes, pen & paper, water bottle
Limited to 10 spots.
You will move, remember, write, voice, play, discuss, edit, stage your stuff. Build material toward performance, play with craft, explore performing & choreographic possibility.
Come draw on your stories!
“A truly inspiring teacher.”
Stephen Levine, founder Create Institute / Expressive Arts, Toronto