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People in Motion

Time: June 5, 2016 from 2pm to 3pm
Location: Trinity Lutheran Church
Street: 292 Orange Street (2nd floor)
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://elmcitydance.org
Phone: 860-451-9421
Event Type: dance, performance
Organized By: Elm City Dance Collective
Latest Activity: Jun 3, 2016

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Please join us on Sunday, June 5th --  2pm for a performance/showing of ECDC's community engagement project, "People in Motion". The showing will involve 3 performances: "People in Motion"; "If You Knew You Then (in process) by ECDC; Chloe Carlson's latest solo work. 

People In Motion is a movement and performance project for adult non-movers and movers alike. ECDC invites people to experience the power of dance through the practice and performance of making dance in the moment also known as dance improvisation or compositional improvisation. ECDC is looking to help people remember what their bodies are capable of and how great it feels to connect with other human beings through the art of dance and dance making. This project involves a 3-4 class/skill building structure; a weekend-long workshop; and a final performance by the participants. "People in Motion" is supported by the Arts Council of Greater New Haven through a community engagement grant. 

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