Movement As A Life/Art Process
with Anna Halprin & Rosario Sammartino
June 19-23, 2017
In each one of us lives a story, a palette of images and experiences stored in our muscles, organs and bones. Away from the distractions of daily life, this workshop offers time to feel and listen deeply to the powerful intelligence of the body, to play and express with imagination through the arts, to create personal and collective dances. Anna Halprin will present her approach to body and movement that connects the science, philosophy, and art of dance. Rosario Sammartino, Tamalpa Co-Director and faculty member, will be teaching the afternoon sessions introducing participants to the Tamalpa work which will offer resources to make life/art connections.
This is a special workshop with Anna, now in her 96th year, at the historic Mountain Home Studio designed for her by her husband, famed architect, Lawrence Halprin. Mountain Home Studio is set amidst redwood and oak trees on the flanks of Mount Tamalpais in Kentfield, California. It is a short drive to San Francisco, Berkeley, and the Sonoma and Napa wine countries.