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All juggling events in 2007
Juggling events in France, 2007
Saturday, 2007-08-11 to Sunday, 2007-09-02
Juggling Workshops : August 2007
Free Workshop : Stefan Sing : saturday 11th of august
Stefan Sing (Germany) : from 12th to 14th of august, 90€
« basic concepts in juggling and movements»
Morgan Cosquer (France) : from 16th to 17th of august, 40€
To be confirmed...
Free Workshop : Bruno (saturday 18th of august) ;
Bruno Labouret (France) : from 19th to 21th of august, 40€
«Better understanding of the body and the way of using it in juggling »
Masaharu Hudagawa (Japan): from 22th to 24th of august, 40€
"The body handled by its objects"
Free Workshop : Luke Wilson et Masaharu Hudagawa : saturday 11th of august
Luke Wilson (UK) : from 26th to 28th of august, 90€
« Investigating Technique »
Guillaume Martinet (Gomi) (France) : from 29th to 31th of august , 40€
« Juggling in only two dimensions»
Free Workshop: Gomi + passing : 1st september
Leaving : sunday 2th september
Hours (schedule) : Course from 10AM to 12h then from 2PM to 4 PM. Sometimes, workshops will be runned after by other persons..
Gym opened everyday until midnight.
Dates : from 11th of august to 2th of september 2007
Location : Maison de l'Ile, rue Marcel Martin, 95430 Auvers-sur-Oise (Paris suburbs France)
Price : 250€ instead of 340€ for all the workshops (camping price included)
Possibility of being registered with only one or several courses
Possibility of coming to benefit from environment, lodging, the gym, jugglers, etc without taking part in the paying courses with a very low price.
Contact : email@example.com
More informations about the content, the workshop's leaders, etc, here : http://www.jongle.net/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=19876
(sorry, it's in french, some other infos will soon come)
Here's the only english text I have, it's about Luke Wilson's workshop :
Luke Wilson is a graduate of The Circus Space, London, and has also studied at the Centre National des Arts du Cirque in France. He has taught juggling at the circus schools of London, Bristol, Stockholm und Berlin, as well as at many international festivals and conventions.
This course is for intermediate to advanced jugglers (good skills and control with 3+ balls and 3+ clubs) who wish to learn more about, and to discover for themselves, the finer details of juggling.
Content : Investigating Technique:
What makes juggling different from other performing arts? How can we bring clarity and precision to our work? What is the connection between the mental and physical techniques of our juggling?
This class will try to answer these questions and more: focusing on aspects of technique, exploration of patterns, creation of material, and performance theory.
Hoping to see some of you there,
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