Further Laban Studies
A 5-weekend course for past members of the Laban Guild Dance Leaders Course in Ireland.
Tutor: Anna Carlisle
Jan – May 2015 in Newbridge, Co. Kildare
Laban: The Living Legacy
AGM and Conference on Saturday 28th March at the Lister Community School, East London
Laban Lecture entitled ‘Rudolf Laban and Kurt Jooss: the good, the bad and the very (un)fortunate’
to be given by Dr Clare Lidbury
Timetable for the day:
9am Arrival; 9:45 AGM; 10:30 Coffee/Tea; 10:50 Workshop 1; 12pm Workshop 2; 1:15 Lunch;
2:30 Laban Lecture; 4pm Tea/Coffee; 4:30 Dancing Together; 5:15 Plenary/Sharing
Laban Guild Summer School
Master the Meaning of Movement
Dance – Drama – Choreography
Tutors: Anna Carlisle, Cathy Washbrooke and Darren Royston
21st – 23rd August at the University of Bedfordshire
Movement Choirs for 2015
We have 2 dates so far this year.
Cambridge – Saturday April 11th at Hills Road Sixth Form College
Egham, Surrey – Saturday June 27th at a venue to be fixed
Dance in a Day – “start at the beginning and finish at the end”
Everyone, young and old, can get together and create a dance. This year our theme is Migration from Homeland to Integration in the new land.
We’ll start the day at 9.30, welcoming you with a cup of tea, and finish between 4.30 and 5.00.
FEES: Full £30.00 Laban Guild Members £27 pair/group £25.00
Concessions (students, families, job seekers) £20.00
Please apply and enclose a cheque made payable to Laban Movement Choir Project to:
Lydia Everitt, 10a Bay Rd, Gillingham, Dorset SP8 4EF
For further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 01747 826007
Warren Lamb Archive
The NRCD is hoping to obtain enough funding to make the Warren Lamb Archive available to the public, and to this end has provided a link for donations on the University of Surrey’s website http://www.surrey.ac.uk/library/nrcd/projects/warrenlamb/index.htm
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New Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies Certificate Programme
Starting in June 2015 in Carlton Centre, Edinburgh
|Movement observation and analysis training is relevant to therapists (inc. OT, AsTs, PT, MT, SLT), educators, somatics/movement practitioners and arts professionals.
This course offers a rich opportunity for personal and professional development. Module 1 (of 4) can be taken as a stand-alone module, providing a thorough introduction to the Laban/Bartenieff Movement System (LBMS). Successful completion of all modules offers the title of
Certified Movement Analyst (CMA), an internationally recognised qualification.For more information please contact Susan Scarth