Raven Spirit Dance | Masterclass & Workshop with Charles Koroneho -New Zealand
Raven Spirit Dance creates, develops and produces exceptional contemporary dance that is rooted in both a traditional and contemporary Aboriginal worldview.
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Masterclass & Workshop with Charles Koroneho -New Zealand

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All classes @ the Dance Centre
November 28th – Dec 2nd, 2016
Email info@ravenspiritdance.com for more information & for registration
pre-registration required for all classes
Join us for 3 Masterclasses – 2hrs each class
Monday, Wednesday, Firday morning – 10am to 12pm
Nov.28/30 & Dec. 2
*Participation is for all 3 classes- $50
*For emerging and established performing artists in dance and theatre, choreographers, directors, dance and performance studies researchers and somatic practitioners
Masterclasses & Movement Culture Workshop
Nov. 28 to Dec. 2nd – 10am to 4pm daily
Fee $300 (some scholarships are available – please ask)
Please email your bio & a short statement of interest to info@ravenspiritdance.com – to be considered for the workshop
Movement Culture Workshop is a 5-day creative intensive, a philosophically intercultural and interdisciplinary research forum. Creative concepts are practitioner centric, emphasizing individual artistic processes and sharing collaborative and communal practices. Movement explorations are focused on hybridizing dance, body weather laboratory, mau rakau, martial arts and movement research practices. A foundational idea for the workshop is the emergence of the communal body and activation of relational space.
The workshop is designed for movement exploration and activation of the body in space. It is intended to be both physically and creatively rigorous. Please consider this aspect of the workshop before submitting your application.
Classes take place at the Scotibank Dance Centre in Vancouver, BC on the unceeded Coast Salish territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Watauth, and Musquem First Nations.
Charles Koroneho Biography
Charles is an artist working in the fields of culture, performance, visual arts and education.
Te Toki Haruru is a conceptual platform created by Koroneho (est.1997) to explore cultural collaboration, intercultural performance and the intersection between choreography, performance art and theatre. Te Toki Haruru projects are presented as performances, visual arts exhibitions, community/marae based workshops and research projects exploring the collision between maori cosmology, New Zealand society and global cultures.
He is a founding member of Te Kanikani O Te Rangatahi, graduate of the New Zealand School of Dance and Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland. He has performed extensively in New Zealand and abroad with Te Toki Haruru, Lemi Ponifasio MAU, Michael Parmenter’s Commotion Company, The Royal New Zealand Ballet, Taiao Dance Theatre, Min Tanaka and Guillermo Gomez-Pena.
Koroneho guest lecturer’s in the Dance Program, Department of Performing and Screen Arts, Unitec Institute of Technology, tutors for IndependANCE by providing professional movement, improvisation classes and performance workshops for dancers, actors and performance artists. He supports the freelance dance community as a mentor and works as an associate artist with Lemi Ponifasio MAU.

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