We are delighted to announce that Sue Peacock will be in Adelaide July 11, 12, 13 and 14 teaching a series free classes for professional dancers and those training at a tertiary level

You are invited to participate

These classes are a small part of Sue’s research project titled Technique re-framed Body re-wired.  

The research is focused on how particular aspects of the Feldenkrais Method may be integrated with contemporary dance technique. The purpose is to create a new approach to dance technique training, one that combines somatic with aesthetic. 

As the classes run in a series, it is preferred, but not necessary to attend all four. The classes will be videoed (for research purposes only) and we will have permission forms available each day.  

The classes will be 2 hours long, 9.30am-11.30am.

We will start slowly, working on internal sensitivity and awareness and progressing finally to full- bodied, challenging movement phrases.

 

If you wish to know more about the content and scope of the project you can contact Sue directly:

Email: (suepeacock@iinet.net.au) or (s.ridout@our.ecu.edu.au)

phone: 0409 335 099


About Sue Peacock

Sue has performed, taught and choreographed in most major cities in Australia. As a dancer, she has worked with many renowned choreographers, touring and performing nationally and internationally. Her choreographic credits include commissioned works for ADT, the One Extra Company, 2-Dance Plus, Chrissie Parrott Dance Company, WA Academy of Performing Arts, Steps, Expressions, Dance North and LINK Dance Company. Sue has received a Churchill and an ArtsWA Fellowship and her work/s have been recognised with state and national awards for choreography, performance, design and services to dance.

Sue was a founding member of STRUT dance and Artistic Program Manager for 10 years. Sue is currently a lecturer at the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts and also a Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner.


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