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Online contemplative dance retreat

Mon, Nov 23, 2020

A free, online, contemplative dance retreat for professional dance artists will take place this Sunday, November 29, from 10am to 4pm.

Hosted by Galway Dance Project, and facilitated by Galway dance artist in residence, Bernadette Divilly, the retreat will take place via Zoom, and explore Bernadette’s project, Waves Of Connection, which incorporates principles from contemplative dance practice and quantum physics. Dancers will be brought on a retreat that will involve creations of their own solo scores, contemplations, and ensemble work.

The retreat is open to artists for whom dance makes up the majority of their yearly work activity (not income); someone who has a degree or equivalent in dance, and/or 10 years professional practice; or someone currently, or who has been in the past, in receipt of funding for the art form.


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