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Bodysurf Scotland & Dance House present 3 x 3

3 x 3 is nine days of interdisciplinary workshops and performances

9 - 17 July 2009, at the Universal Hall, Findhorn

Karl Jay-Lewin (Director of Bodysurf Scotland) has received Project funds from the Scottish Arts Council to support Choreographic Development

3 x 3 is a Dance and Cross-Art Collaboration hosting both workshops and performances, which will be held in the beautiful Universal Hall in Findhorn.

Universal Hall, Findhorn; Photo: Bodysurf Scotland 

Claire Cunningham; Photo: Bodysurf Scotland

The workshops are open to Artists of all Disciplines from Dance, Theatre, Music, Street/Circus, Design, Writing, Live & Performance Art, Visual Art, and Film.

Who are the Workshop Leaders & Artists?

  • Jonathan Burrows, Choreographer (England/Belgium)
  • Matteo Fargion, Composer (England)
  • Eva Karczag, Dance Artist (Netherlands)
  • Chris Crickmay, Installation Artist/Writer (England)
  • Jess Curtis, Choreographer/Director/Performer (Germany/USA)
  • Claire Cunningham, Dancer/Vocalist/Songwriter/Aerialist (Scotland)
  • Maria Francesca Scaroni, Dancer/Installation Artist/Writer (Germany/USA)

 

3 x 3, Photo: Bodysurf Scotland

About Bodysurf Scotland & the Dance House 

Bodysurf Scotland promotes and produces dance, movement and related arts events. Based in the Universal Hall Arts Centre, the Findhorn Foundation Community in North East Scotland, their programme covers a range of activities including training for professional artists, performances and workshops.

 Jess Curtis - 'Gravity', Photo: Bodysurf Scotland

Dance House is Glasgow's Dance Agency and is one of a network of dance agencies in Scotland supported by the Scottish Arts Council. Formed ten years ago to fill a gap in dance provision, Dance House now offers over 50 public classes each week; the professional side of the organisation aims to develop the skills of dance artists and the Professional Development programme helps those working within the Dance secor to network, train and develop within the arts, in particular providing free rehearsal space thanks to a subsidy from the Scottish Arts Council.

Karl Jay-Lewin

Eva Karczag & Chris Crickmay; Photo: Bodysurf Scotland

Karl Jay-Lewin was born in 1963 and started dancing aged 27 after a background of carpentry and social/political activism. In 1995 he gained a BA (Hons) degree in Dance and Independent Learning from Middlesex University, from which time he has been working as a professional Choreographer, Dancer and Freelance Dance Teacher in the UK and Internationally.

Karl is the founding Director of Bodysurf Scotland; his artistic aim is to use the inherent emotional quality of movement to create non-literal physical narratives. His work is often optimistic, evoking a sense of simplicity and humanness. He is committed to the development of collaborative relationships with artists of other media.

To find out more information on the interdisciplinary workshops and performances as part of 3 x 3, please visit the Bodysurf Scotland website, or the Dance House website.

See also
* Dance in Scotland
* Dance Projects
* Bodysurf Scotland website
* Dance House website
 
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