CRITICAL PEDAGOGY FOR ASYMMETRICAL BODIES
POSTPONED UNTIL 2021
Le Cirque Centre
280 East Hersey Street Unit #12 Ashland, OR
Cost: $500 (with $100 non refundable deposit)
Early Bird: $450 by March 15th
In this critical disability studies informed teacher laboratory, we will explore practical applications of identity-based theory within dance. The training is designed for dance educators who are interested in exploring and expanding teaching practices and paradigms to include a variety of people and bodies.
The lab and curriculum designed and facilitated by Bailey Anderson with support from Le Cirque Centre’s Artistic Director, Sonya Smith, Rosely Conz, and Amanda Benzin. Together they bring technical expertise from aerial dance, rhythmic tap, jazz, to various forms of modern, improvisation, and classical ballet. We will be applying theory across disciplines and genres with a community that asks questions from various perspectives.
The certificate program includes 25 hours of critical
pedagogy discussion, practice, and application.
For more information, financial aid, and to see the schedule email Bailey at: