Venue: Ila skole, Fougstadgate 10.
Saturday 5th 10.00 am – 5pm
Sunday 6th 10.00 am – 4pm
Course fee: 2100 NOK including lunch both days, and coffee/tea, fruit and snacks
Members of NODAK and students pay 1600 NOK.
To register pay 500 NOK by 7th of October to account no: 1254 05 92657.
For more info contact Liv Marie Leirvåg
phone: 48258519 email: email@example.com
NODAK – Norsk forening for danseterapi og Kreative Kroppsuttrykk, has the pleasure to invite you to our first seminar in Oslo 5th – 6th of November 2016
Work shop with Thania Acaron – Dance/movement therapist, PhD on Dance and violence prevention.
Workshop Title: Moving through conflict: dance/movement in contexts of violence.
In what ways can dance/movement make a difference in preventing or mediating violence? Violence exerts a profound impact on the body that can pervade all areas of social life. This workshop examines those aspects of dance/movement that are used in violence prevention, conflict resolution and peacebuilding, integrating theory, experience and practice.
Participants will be exposed to current research, and to experiential activities that could be applied to work with diverse populations. Practice-based examples will be derived from a variety of contexts, such as schools, post-conflict arenas and work in urban disadvantaged areas. The role of dance movement therapy, dance education and performance within these settings will be explored and experienced, along with cross-disciplinary areas of intersection.
Open to creative artists from any discipline, arts educators, arts therapists, mental health professionals, educators, youth workers and students.
About Thania: She is a dance movement therapist, performer and choreographer from Puerto Rico, currently based in Wales and Scotland. Thania has advanced credentialing in the US & UK as a lecturer and clinical supervisor and maintains an active choreographic and performance practice as a co-artistic director of Orphaned Limbs Collective. She holds a Masters degree in Dance Education from New York University and obtained her PhD on dance and violence prevention at the University of Aberdeen. Thania is currently a lecturer at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.