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Fancy getting involved in a new show?

Jun

21

Embassy Court, Brighton
5th July 2010
10.30am - 5.30pm
Free

As part of their new show, Atalanta, commissioned by Creative Campus Initiative, seven sisters group is offering two one day professional development workshops, one at the De La Warr Pavilion Bexhill and this one at Embassy Court Brighton. Each workshop is led by artistic directors Susanne Thomas and Sophie Jump and suitable for up to 14 participants with an interest in site-specific work.

It is open to participants from dance, theatre, design, architecture, sound, light, or art backgrounds and aims to be a professional lab opportunity for students, young graduates and professional artists of all ages. Participants will be encouraged to create site-specific performance in various locations within the sites in response to spatial, social and cultural issues.

Although the workshop is free places are limited, so interested applicants are asked to send a resume and a statement of interest to admin@sevensistersgroup.com, asap.

About Embassy Court
Embassy Court is a designated Grade II heritage building recognised by architectural historians not just as a landmark on Brighton's seafront but also as a landmark in British architectural history. Situated on the border of Brighton and Hove facing the open sea, Embassy Court was one of the first buildings in Britain to be designed in the modern style, by Wells Coates.

www.atalantashow.co.uk
www.sevensistersgroup.com

ITS adventures in dance...

May

15

                     

This week members of the IT team went to two dance classes…

Bollywood and Egyptian dancing, from India to Egypt in a matter of days.  Bollywood saw us taking elements of bhangra and mixing it with gentle movements of the hands and wrists, signifying flowers opening up to the sun!  We also wafted around the dance hall with scarves emulating butterflies.  This all sounds very gentle, but it was an energetic and non-stop workout!

Egyptian was a very earthy dance, especially the almost shamanistic/cathartic dance moves at the end of the class, which we all did very enthusiastically - we were a bit concerned about our heads and necks afterwards!!

We were so engrossed in both; we forgot to take pictures, so you will have to take our word for it that we went!

Next week – Bouldering!  This looks frightening, maybe we could have a steadying drink beforehand,  non alcoholic of course!  Watch this space for the write-up…