a world where contemporary movement is essential.
We run Movement Labs on a registration, short-term basis. We work with both local and international artist to deliver an environment where the Ōtautahi Christchurch movement, and wider arts community, can participate in the creation of works alongside well-known talent.
If you are interested in the creative side of dance-making, you can join guest artists for one-off workshops and learn about the choreographic process, attend an artist talk or read artist reflections in our journal.
ōtautahi tiny performance festival artist journal - alice canton
ōtautahi tiny performance festival: Artist journal – alice canton ōtautahi tiny performance fetsival christchurch centre of contemporary art november 30th, 2019 10am – midnight MAP partners with CoCA for one day-and-night of performance by some of Christchurch’s most exciting new wave artists. Tiny Festival draws together a new generation of physical performance makers from Ōtautahi, Aotearoa,
Class Tutor Journal: Julia McKerrow
map tutor journal: julia mckerrow MAP Tutor Journal We’ve got a wonderful team of tutors that run our weekly classes. We’ve invited them to share some insight into their current practice and thinking.The clash of ideologies and the freedom to create New directions in personal movement practice through Somatic integration within Dance and Choreography Over the last
Class Tutor Journal: Virginia Kennard
2019 MAP tutor journals Virginia kennardMAP Tutor Journal We’ve got a wonderful team of tutors that run our weekly classes. We’ve invited them to share some insight into their current practice and thinking.Writing as a practice to make movement as a practice to research the body as a practice to make performance as a practice.New performance
Innocent Bystanders: Khye Hitchcock
Innocent bystanders: khye hitchcockinnocent bystanders may 02 – 19, 2018 Innocent Bystanders proposed a series of experimental encounters across Ōtautahi with The Physics Room as a central axis. Blurring the boundaries between contemporary art and dance, performers Julia Harvie, Josie Archer, Kosta Bogoievski, David Huggins & curator Khye Hitchcock set up a framework from which examined