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Integrated workshops: PrimeOrderly

Dean Walsh is running two integrated workshops exploring his choreographic methodology and ’embodied environmentalism’ practice, PrimeOrderly.

These inclusive and integrated masterclasses (for people living with and without disability and/or who may be non professional-level in terms of technical dance experience) will look at reciprocal methods of inclusion, integration and translation between the facilitator and participants and between participants living with and without disability.

Dean has been working in the inclusive arts sector across Australia for the past eight years and has held many workshops for professional and non-professional artists living with disability. He also works regularly with various disability groups and at Sydney Community College as main tutor for their Access2Ed performance course.

These workshops are open to both those with experience working in integration capacities with diverse abilities, as well as others who have very little or no experience in this practice at all. This is a great opportunity to learn together more about how we can all practice more authentic co-participatory inclusion and integration in movement practices, not only in leading roles as teachers, facilitators, choreographers and/or directors, but as people learning and playing alongside one another – (including having our point of view and access needs heard and accommodated through adapting and translating physical language together).

Read more about PrimeOrderly methodology.

Saturday 21 October: 2-6:30pm
Saturday 28 October: 2-6:30pm

Readymade Works – Level 1, 247–257 Bulwara Rd Ultimo NSW 2007
(Entry is OFF HENRY AVE close to the corner of Quarry Lane
, up the staircase to level 1)

Please note:
Readymade is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible as yet but please feel free to contact Dean to discuss possibilities of access if this applies to you or someone you know.