Dancing the Poem: A Virtual movement and poetry writing workshop

Saturday, April 17, 2021 @ 11:00pm
Presented by Sarah Council Dance Projects
This is a virtual event taking place online. Check below for details on how to access and/or register.
Culture Blocks: Dancing the Poem: A FREE Virtual movement and poetry workshop hosted by Sarah Council Dance Projects

Dancing the Poem is a 1.5 hour online movement and poetry writing workshop for teens and adults ages 13 and up that will explore a work of poetry through movement. Working with dance educators, Sarah Council and Erin Badger-Coffey, movers will make words come alive as we work together to create choreography inspired by poetic imagery. We will then respond to what was made by creating a collaborative original poem. Join us and experience both poetry and dance as powerful modes of expression that utilize imagery, emotion, and rhythm! This program is a virtual partnership with Sarah Council Dance Projects and Culture Blocks.  

Dancing the Poem is sponsored by Culture Blocks— a community partnership between ASC, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation to bring arts and cultural experiences closer to where residents live. Culture Blocks is funded by Mecklenburg County


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Saturday, April 17, 2021 @ 11:00pm · tickets · add to calendar 2021-04-17 23:00:00 2021-04-18 02:00:00 America/New_York Dancing the Poem: A Virtual movement and poetry writing workshop https://charlottecultureguide.com/event/426354/dancing-the-poem-a-virtual-movement-and-poetry-writing-workshop Charlotte, NC

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