'we know more than we think'
Hello everyone!I am thrilled to share information about Alice Sheppard's upcoming Artist Residency at the Arts-Based Research Studio.Alice is a world-renowned integrated dancer and choreographer…Continue
LAST THURSDAY at ABRSWhat’s a body who lost its indigenous language?If there are grounds colonized by the same conquerors, it is clearly that of our imaginations and bodies. It is important that we…Continue
Edmonton, join us at Alice Sheppard's performance-talk on Race, Disability and Dance this Thursday (August 18th) 12-2pm at the Arts-Based Research Studio (4-104 Education North, University of Alberta)!!
"In this part talk/part performance event, Alice Sheppard engages questions of embodiment, aesthetics, and virtuosity through the lenses of…
We are well into the second week of the Alice Sheppard Dance Intensive. Together, we decided to brainstorm words that describe the process up until now, and how we have been feeling throughout this process. Here is what we came up with:
- sneaky, semi fan kicks
- room for everyone
- love Kelsie
- listen and pay…Continue
Another illustration. This one shows how my use of e-ma gives rise to three kinds of data/understanding, which move from a surface understanding (readerly) through a more comprehensive understanding based on contextual knowledge of the painted e-ma, through to semi-fictional narrative (writerly) data. Workshops can be 'tweaked' towards eliciting the type of data the researcher is seeking to explore.