Join us at the Joe Goode Annex for JGPG’s signature workshops for people of all ages, backgrounds, and interests. All workshops are designed to give you an immersive experience in JGPG’s unique integration of song, voice, text, and dynamic movement within a collaborative environment. All workshops are led by the JGPG company members with select workshops led by Joe Goode.
Finding the Bones
May 5-7, 2017
Joe Goode Annex
(Early bird registration until April 1)
Learn to access your creativity in ways that benefit your creative practice, work, and life. Goode’s unique teaching style incorporates movement, writing, and spoken word. The movement sequencing is designed to facilitate an unpacking of the body, bringing it into a state of receptivity, explore the physical and emotional resonances of sound, and how personal inquiry can develop in performance.
Each day will be comprised of sessions that incorporate meditation, gentle floor exercises, opening the voice, and simple improvisational scores that focus on listening, feeling, and accepting the body. Develop skills that can be used in a creative practice, in the work place, and everyday life. A workshop for the creative body. Any Body. No dance or performance experience required. This workshop is taught by Joe Goode and a JGPG company member.
July 17-21, 2017
Joe Goode Annex
(Super saver registration until March 30)
A week long intensive designed to guide the pre-professional and professional dancer in developing a performance practice rooted in deep feeling and awareness. Dive into the lush territory of embodied action. Each day includes a technique class, vocal development, partnering, and generating felt material with performance practice. Taught by Joe Goode and JGPG company members.
(Winter 2017 dates to be announced later in the year)
This weekend intensive with Joe Goode and company member Marit Brook-Kothlow is designed to nourish the creative impulse and to reconsider the body as an inspired source. This is a workshop for people who want to discover the pleasure and power of embodied action and how to bring the “felt experience” into their art making. A daily unpacking of the body, exploring the vocal anatomy, play with touch and basic weight sharing to cultivate a responsive relationship with another, and generate creative felt material from your life experiences that is authentic and original. And learn to treat the performance moment as a catalyst for personal inquiry. No dance or performance experience required.