Acrobatics Masterclass with Duo Zenzero e Cannella: Thursday November 14th
Acro Research with Duo Zenzero e Cannella
We recommend these prerequisites to get the most out of the workshop:
Basing or flying standing on shoulders (2high)
Basing or flying foot to hand on a lying base
Date: 14th November 2019
Time: 14:00 – 17:00
Venue: Acro & Aerial Hall
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After the workshop the Acro & Aerial hall is open to NCFI festival pass holders for a jam all evening!
Nat Whittingham Tumbling Masterclasses: Friday 15th, Saturday 16th, and Sunday 17th November
Nat Whittingham is a Circus Artist, Acrobat and Teacher from Cambridgeshire. Originally trained as a gymnast before later studying Teeterboard at L’ESAC in Brussels, he is a versatile and experienced acrobat. Picked up as an apprentice by Nofit State Circus at the age of 18, he toured internationally with their show ‘Bianco’ as well as ‘Block’ and ‘Open House’ and has worked with them ever since.
After his training at ESAC in Brussels, he worked extensively in the UK and Europe, with companies such as Pirates of the Carabina, Ellie Dubois/Superfan, and Compagnie Bivouac, as well as R&D work with Upswing Aerial and Punchdrunk. In recent years he has focussed more on solo acrobatics, fusing traditional gymnastics, contemporary floorwork and acrobatic research.
He teaches this internationally (with his partner) under the name Moving Through Acrobatics, as well as being a resident teacher at Circomedia and Fourth Monkey Theatre School. He also runs Sneaky&Raptor, his own contemporary circus company.
13 – 14:30
15 – 16:30
10:30 – 12
1 3– 14:30
15 – 16:30
Sunday 17th November
10:30 – 12
An Introduction to Critical Response Process: Sunday 17th November
Most artists present their work, and afterwards are deprived of important, meaningful feedback from the audience. The artist wants to ‘do’ something with the work, ‘say’ something or have some sort of impact. How can they know they achieved what they wanted – really?
Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process (CRP) is an excellent answer to this problem. It is a widely-recognised method that nurtures the development of works in progress through a four step, facilitated dialogue between makers, peers, and audiences. Having good feedback from audiences will increase the quality and richness of Irish-made circus and street art. The artist develops their understanding of how to produce and communicate through their medium. The audience develops relationships with artists and a language of understanding and discussing the work.
In this workshop, Natasha Gore will introduce us in detail to CRP, and we will actually apply it to an act from one of our own ISACS artists, so you can see firsthand how powerful this really is. This is a must for anyone creating acts / characters / routines, whether you are an established professional, or an aspiring amateur.
Sunday 17th November, 12:00 – 14.30
Venue: KDYS Loft Room
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