Movement Class: Adaptación Constante/Constant Adaptation

(English below)

Miércoles 14 de Junio
7-8:30pm (Puertas a las 6:30)
en el Teatro Incarnate Studio 320-70 Albert St.

Por donación. Abierto a todo el que esté interesado en movimiento, estado de alerta, coreografía y danza. No se requiere experiencia. La clase será dada en español.

Adaptación Constante (Movimiento Corporal)

La clase está basada en la movilidad y funcionalidad del cuerpo humano, tomando como punto de partida patrones de movimiento los cuales funcionarán como principios para la realización de secuencias, juegos e improvisaciones. La clase busca crear situaciones en las que el participante encuentre diversas posibilidades y soluciones a través del movimiento. La disposición es uno de los papeles más importantes para tener un aprendizaje tanto personal y colaborativo durante la clase. 

Colectivo 1.618 es un Proyecto de Creación e Investigación Artística que nace en el 2014 bajo la Co-Dirección de María José Gómez* y Jorge Luis Rebollo** en la ciudad de León, Gto. Partiendo del cuerpo y sus múltiples posibilidades de movimiento buscan profundizar en un lenguaje corporal basado en el juego, la improvisación, el estado alerta y la acción.
Su deseo de impulsar el desarrollo artístico del estado de Guanajuato los lleva a consolidar diversos proyectos como:” Plataforma Órbita” programa de entrenamiento profesional para bailarines de Gto., “Pequeños Mutantes” Proyecto de Danza-Social en Fundación León, así como a integrarse al plantel de docentes de educación artística del Colegio La Salle impartiendo clases enfocadas en el trabajo en equipo y la colaboración a través de la danza. 
Forman parte del equipo de docentes e investigadores del Sistema de Entrenamiento dancístico CONTINUUM por parte de Omar Carrum(DELFOS Danza Contemporánea). Actualmente se encuentran desarrollando su próxima producción que se estrenará este año gracias al apoyo de la escuela “School of Contemporary Dancers” y de EDUCAFIN- SUBE (Instituto de Financiamiento e Información para la Educación) en Guanajuato, México. Este proyecto incluye la colaboración con el colectivo de danza GPS (Winnipeg, Canadá) e Ilse Torres bailarina colaboradora del Colectivo 1.618 desde el 2014. 

*Becada del Apoyo a la Producción y Desarrollo Artístico y Cultural del Instututo Cultural de León 2016 – 2017 en la categoría de Danza.
**Becado del Programa de Estímulo a la Creación y Desarrollo Artístico (PECDA) 2017 del Estado de Guanajuato en la categoría Joven Creador.

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Wednesday, June 14th
7-9pm (doors at 6:30pm)
at Theatre Incarnate Studio 320-70 Albert St.

By donation. Open to everyone interested in movement, body-awareness, choreography and dance. No experience required. Class will be taught in Spanish. Non-spanish speakers are still encouraged to attend especially since much can be communicated through body language.

Constant Adaptation (Movement Research)

The class is based on the mobility and functionality of the human body. Taking as starting point patterns of movement which will act as principles for the realization of sequences, games and improvisations. The class seeks to create situations in which the participant will find different possibilities and solutions through the movement. Disposition is one of the most important roles to have both: personal and collaborative learning during the class.

1.618 Collective It is a Mexican Project of Artistic Creation and Research that was born in 2014 under the direction of María José Gómez * and Jorge Luis Rebollo ** in the city of León, Gto. Starting from the body and its multiple possibilities of movement they seek to deepen into body language based on games, improvisation, alertness and action.
Their desire to promote the artistic development in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico, carries out several projects such as: "Plataforma Órbita" that is professional training program for Gto. Dancers, "Pequeños Mutantes" Dance/Social Project at Fundación León, as well as part of the art education Staff of La Salle College, teaching classes that are focused on teamwork and collaboration through dance.
Currently they are part of the team of teachers and researchers of the CONTINUUM dance training system by Omar Carrum (DELFOS Contemporary Dance) and are working on their next production. That with the help of The School of Contemporary Dancers and EDUCAFIN- SUBE (Instituto de Financiamiento e Información para la Educación) will be released in Mexico this summer. This Project includes a collaboration with the Winnipeg based dance collective GPS and its member Ilse Torres whom they have worked with since 2014. 


* Grant holder of the Production and Artistic and Cultural Development of the Cultural Institute of León 2016 - 2017 in the category of Dance.
** Grant holder of the Program of Encouragement to the Creation and Artistic Development (PECDA) 2017 of the State of Guanajuato in the Young Creator category.

 

1.618 Collective is a Mexican Project of Artistic Creation and Research that was born in 2014 under the direction of María José Gómez * and Jorge Luis Rebollo ** in the city of León, Gto. Starting from the body and its multiple possibilities of movement they seek to deepen into body language based on games, improvisation, alertness and action.

Their desire to promote the artistic development in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico, carries out several projects such as: "Plataforma Órbita" that is professional training program for Gto. Dancers, "Pequeños Mutantes" Dance/Social Project at Fundación León, as well as part of the art education Staff of La Salle College, teaching classes that are focused on teamwork and collaboration through dance.

Currently they are part of the team of teachers and researchers of the CONTINUUM dance training system by Omar Carrum (DELFOS Contemporary Dance) and are working on their next production. That with the help of The School of Contemporary Dancers and EDUCAFIN- SUBE (Instituto de Financiamiento e Información para la Educación) will be released in Mexico this summer. This Project includes a collaboration with the Winnipeg based dance collective GPS and its member Ilse Torres whom they have worked with since 2014.

* Grant holder of the Production and Artistic and Cultural Development of the Cultural Institute of León 2016 - 2017 in the category of Dance.

** Grant holder of the Program of Encouragement to the Creation and Artistic Development (PECDA) 2017 of the State of Guanajuato in the Young Creator category.