Led by Joy Cosculluella
Held at Alonzo King LINES Ballet, San Francisco, California
Join us for a special introductory day of the Tamalpa Life/Art approach. The event will include an experiential taste of the Tamalpa work using movement, drawing and poetic writing, and a presentation of our training programs through an interactive slideshow and Q&A.
This workshop is designed for everyone. No previous experience in dance/art needed.
Space is limited and registration is required!
Art materials provided.
Joy is a movement artist, a performance maker, a cultural connector, and a great lover of stories that speak of shared and diverse human experience. As a Filipino-American woman living in the diaspora, she works in a liminal space of possibilities, multiple languages and identities. Joy believes that an embodied approach to art makes visible what we can’t see in ourselves and in the world.
Joy has trained extensively and performed with Anna Halprin in numerous events including “Seasons/Awaken,” “Spirit of Place,” and the seminal “Parades and Changes.” Joy founded the Wayfinders Performance Group and produced and directed “Homing Devices,” a full-length dance-theatre performance with international performers exploring stories of home. She co-directed “Between Shadow and Light,” a site-specific performance that collaborated with musicians and artists from the Bay Area. Joy is Artistic Director of “Swimming the Waters,” which explores various sites in San Francisco to encourage awareness of our environmental landscapes. She appears as lead artist in Daria Martin’s film “Minotaur” and has performed in “Without Us” by Inkboat.
Joy is currently working on a performance project examining the themes of multi- cultural identity, migration, loss, and transformation. Joy completed her Master’s in Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College.
DATE:February 10, 2018
TIME:2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
non-refundable deposit to reserve your seat
LOCATIONAlonzo King LINES Dance Center26
26 Seventh Street
San Francisco, CA 94103