Where: King's Community Centre, Creed Street, Wolverton, MK12 5LY
When: 1430-1600 Saturday October 7th
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In collaboration with Arts Gateway MK, MÓTUS is welcoming back Stuart Waters to lead a Gaga inspired workshop as part of the MK Arts Week Day For Dance.
The workshop will use the movement dance language of Gaga as a spring board to develop improvisations of self awareness through the body. This will build the mover’s stamina, agility and strength whilst waking the senses and the imagination. Beginning as a solo exploration, Stuart will then encourage the potential to connect to others as the workshop progresses. A range of qualities will be used to motivate the body and make connections internally and externally. The workshop will be a journey of surprises for the body, the mind and the space.
Come and have fun for this session and enjoy moving.
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Since graduating from Northern School of Contemporary Dance in 1998 Stuart has toured nationally and internationally with Wired Aerial Theatre, Motionhouse, Panta Rei Dance Teatre (Oslo) Dansconnect, Attik dance, Cscape, Interplay Theatre Company and Barebones. This has included credits working with Henri ougike, Sharon Watson, Helen Blackburn,David Massingham, Mike Ashcroft (RSC), Rui Horta, Yorgos Karamalegos,Katie Green, Lois Taylor, Yael Flexer, Kenneth Tharp, Liam Steel and Scott Ambler. Stuart collaborated with Protein Dance (Luca Silvistrini) in the creation of the award-winning LOL (National Dance Awards Best Independent Dance Company 2011; British Council New Connections Award 2012) LOL went onto to tour world wide.Stuart was also involved in the creation and UK tour of Boardertales for Protein dance 2013-2014. Stuart completed his MA in Dance Studies at the London School of Contemporary Dance in 2012.
Stuart started to move into the area of making his own work over the last decade and has created a total of ten commissioned choreographic works for Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) dance schemes around the UK and BA performing arts courses UK-wide, including Roehampton, Bath spa, Chichester, Kingston and Edge Hill universities.
Stuart also enjoys travel and In 2009, He worked with Adnuga dance company, Addis Abab (Ethiopia), leading creative classes with the company and teaching at two local centres for children orphaned by HIV and a local school for disabled children. Stuart has since worked with young Tanzanian dancers as part of a dance festival in Dar Es Salaam (2011).