Jude Walsh explores how dance has changed her perception of herself and her body. From Pecha Kucha Dayton, Volume 30, recorded February 23rd, 2016.
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Dancing and Architecure
BY CARINA CESTARO
@ VOL 130
ON NOV 25, 2015
"We wanted to show that it really works, so we made a model and put a ALOT of water inside. It was more than expected but worked out really well"
Who says you can’t dance about architecture? Architect Carina Cestaro talks abouts her favorite student projects and her experiences as a ZUMBA dance fitness instructor.
Dancing in the Office
BY YULIA SKOGOREVA
@ VOL 136
ON JUN 02, 2016
"For me, dancers represent freedom, while salarymen represent something opposite. I like to create this interaction."
In Dancing in the Office from PKN Tokyo Vol. 136, photographer Yulia Skogoreva found herself on an interesting and unexpected path that took her from linguistics, to dance, to photography. In her latest project she juxtaposes two completely opposite elements of society, busy salarymen and dancers, and the results are delightful. Have a look!
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, June 17th, 2016.
Dancing for Dementia
BY FILIPA PEREIRA-STUBBS
@ VOL 5
ON JUN 07, 2016
Filipa Pereira-Stubbs shares about creating fun and joyous integrated and inclusive dance sessions for people living with a Dementia, their Families, Carers and Friends. She is focussed on creating space and time for creativity, improvisation and movement fundamentals; restoring resilience and relationships.
Dancing Dreams: 25 Years at The Studio on the Green
BY JENNA AGATE
@ VOL 2
ON APR 20, 2016
Jenna talks us through some of the amny varied and imaginative dance projects that she has been a part of over the last 25 years.
Swing dancing around London!
BY SCOTT CUPIT
@ VOL 13
ON APR 27, 2017
In 'Swing Dancing around London', swing dance instructor Scott Cupit takes us on his journey of how he has ended up meeting the Queen (wow!).
Scott’s love for swing dancing is contagious— evident in the fact his classes grew from 23 people on the first night to over 200 people after eight weeks.