Written By Our Bones – A movement workshop exploring the Medusa myth; with SCC resident dance artist, Jessica Fudim
February 16 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Date: Thursday, February 16
Time: 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Instructor: Jessica Fudim
Location: Studio 213
Ages: 16 and up
Skill Level: All Levels
Sliding Scale: $20 / $40 / $60
One of the most widely known versions of Medusa’s story was written by Ovid more than two thousand years ago. What will happen if we tear up his pages, then turn those fragments into our own dance? In her workshop, Written By Our Bones, The Sonoma Community Center’s resident dance artist, Jessica Fudim, guides a process of retelling the Medusa myth through movement explorations.
Participants of all abilities are welcome (no dance training required) at this two-hour workshop that plays with movement invention, dance-making, and the malleability of authorship.
Please dress in comfortable layers.
Resident Dance Artist
Jessica Fudim is a choreographer, performer, and movement educator who lives in Sonoma with her family. Believing that the definition of dance is broad and that all bodies have a right to dance, she has been creating inclusive dance works for over two decades.
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