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Sensing Movement - A Dance, Health and Wellbeing Symposium

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RUA RED,

South Dublin Arts Centre

Blessington Road

Dublin 24 Tallaght

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Sensing Movement: A Dance, Health and Wellbeing Symposium with focus on crafting connection, building community and sustaining dance and health practice, this symposium offers the opportunity for health practitioners, movers, teachers, students and those searching to connect in new ways through the moving body.

The Symposium will comprise of a series of movement workshops, panel discussions, short presentations and film screenings from diverse voices including artists David Leventhal (Programme Director, Dance for Parkinsons Disease, Mark Morris Dance Group, Brooklyn, New York), Miranda Tufnell (UK based highly experienced dance maker and artist working in the field of healthcare - recently published her insightful book: When I Open My Eyes), Dr. Jenny Elliot (Chief Executive at ArtsCare - a unique Arts and Health Charity based in Northern Ireland), Ailish Claffey (Dance Artist in Residence Tallaght Hospital), Deirdre Glenfield (Visual Artist in Residence Tallaght Hospital), Hazel Hodgins (Dance Ireland), Carolann Courtney (Kildare Arts and Health Specialist).

'The Dance Back Home' a video documentary created with patients and staff in the Age Related Unit in Tallaght Hospital by Artists in Residence Ailish Claffey and Deirdre Glenfield will be screened for the first time. Panel discussions will be moderated by Dr Ronan Collins (Director of Stroke Services and Consultant in Geriatric and Stroke Medicine at Tallaght Hospital) and Dr Hilary Moss (Senior Lecturer in Music Therapy at the World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick).

The symposium is jointly curated by Alison Baker Kerrigan (Programme Manager for The National Centre for Arts and Health), Tallaght Hospital and Ailish Claffey (Movement and Dance Specialist and Dancer in Residence) Tallaght Hospital. The day promises to deliver a wonderful opportunity for all health practitioners, movers, teachers, students and those searching to connect in new ways through the moving body.

**The Morning Dance Workshop tickets are limited to 35 places

Purchase both tickets to enjoy the full day experience €35


Full Symposium schedule will be added shortly...

please see ticket descriptions for brief overview


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RUA RED,

South Dublin Arts Centre

Blessington Road

Dublin 24 Tallaght

Ireland

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