Tuesday the 30th of October, I had the pleasure of going to OSU's Hillel Jewish Center to attend an evening of Israeli dancing. While my attendance was a requirement for a Laban Analysis assignment, it wasn't accompanied by the normal behavioral characteristics that one associates with just meeting the "requirement." Upon arrival, I peered in … Continue reading Community in Unexpected Places.
First Laban Analysis study has come and gone and I'm left feeling invigorated in the movement possibilities of multiple dimensions. I have always been drawn to Movement Analysis, but somehow now there is a new lens involved that is crisp, adorning a wide angled lens. First Assignment 1- spoke 1 -carve 1- arc 1- posture … Continue reading Dimensionality