Moving Practice is a weekly class series for professional dancers. Classes prioritize rigor, diversity of contemporary aesthetics, variety of class content, and commitment.
April Sellers teaches Moving Practice
Last chance – Tuesday, 10:00-11:30am
Professional-level dancers of all styles are welcome.
Registration and payment beforehand encouraged: pre-register.
Suggested price $17 per class. Pay-as-able option on all classes – we would rather you join us than not be able to attend due to financial limitations.
This class will be a laboratory for performance with an antiracist lens and an insistence upon accessibility. We will play with seeing and being seen – a chance to check in with yourself and your own sense of embodiment and engage with your inner worlds. There will be some work on the floor, improvisation, vocalization, and experiments with objects. We will engage connections, disruptions, and migrations. Each class will shape itself according to the people in the room and the inherent needs and themes.
April Sellers is a choreographer with a desire to lift and celebrate ignored streams in society, creating performance of movement, song, text, and sequins. She founded April Sellers Dance Collective (ASDC) in 2002 – a dance performance and teaching organization that celebrates complex expressions of gender and identity.