Duets Do-It, hosted by Faye Lim + Eng Kai Er

This class is part of The School of Uncommon Knowledge

This is a partner-dancing class, where participants will dance in pairs and in physical contact with their dance partners, sharing weight and communicating with their bodies. The teachers will use an alternative teaching method that encourages participants to observe, discuss, and make discoveries independently.

 

Requirements:

Participants should come in comfortable clothes they can move in as the class will dance barefoot.

 


About Faye Lim + Eng Kai Er

Faye Lim and Eng Kai Er are two dancers and do-ers who organise and facilitate contact improvisation jams, dance, perform, and teach, amongst other activities that interest them.

Their collaboration deepened when they created the performance She Ain't Heavy, She's Reaching Into Space (2016) at TheatreWorks Singapore from January to July 2016. Prior to that, they performed together in Tang Ling-Nah's Milling with Care (2015) and Rendezvousing People's Park Complex (2016), and met frequently at jams and shows over several years.

Faye and Kai have taught a version of Duets Do-it previously at TheatreWorks and are curious about trying it out at The School of Uncommon Knowledge. 

Interested?

All classes in A Home for the Arts run on barter. When registering please select one (or more) of the following that you would like to give in exchange for the class.

  • Sentences from the participants that describe their experience of the class, delivered verbally at the end of class.

Date:
Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Time:
7pm - 9pm

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