How to Choreograph
Age 10 to 99 Years
Jul 08, 2020 - Jul 29, 2020
04:00 PM - 05:15 PM
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Location: This program is online
Have you wondered how your instructors think of the choreography that they teach you in class? Have you ever thought of how they come up with some of your favorite steps and dramatic formation changes? It’s time to pull back the curtain on some of your teachers’ best kept secrets. This class will break down the process of choreography.
Each week, students will learn new combinations, focus on different elements of choreographing, and work together in making their own creations over the course of the month. Students will also get to hear from guest speakers (their other Moksha Arts teachers) about the process behind some of the pieces they have learned in the past. In the final class, students will have the opportunity to perform and present their creations to parents and the class.
Zoom link will be sent to all registered students.
Instructor: Pooja Desai
10% of proceeds from this class will support “A Seat at Soup,” a new initiative that dedicates studio space and resources to a Black woman, trans, or non-binary emerging artist based in New York City. Conceived by Chinatown Soup, a volunteer-powered, nonprofit art community in service of emerging artists, the residency program encompasses four months of art-making at our shared studio and culminates with a week-long solo show at Soup Gallery.
Chinatown Soup is a creative community advancing art, justice, historic preservation, and civic engagement in downtown New York.
OTHER OPTIONS AT THIS LOCATION
- Stroller Parking
- Disability Access