Thania Acarón's Blog (3)

Time for Embodied Self-Care - The Body Hotel is back!

Interested in movement and wellbeing? Need some tools for working with groups? Desiring a space to move and reconnect with yourself?

For people who need a space to move and reconnect, or gain tools to work creatively with communities. The theme for this session is: Moving wellbeing: creative visualisation and actualisation of New Year goals. The Body Hotel will also include introductory elements of dance movement therapy and explore techniques for working…

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Added by Thania Acarón on February 12, 2018 at 13:03 — No Comments

Opportunity for a 50+ Female Performer

Female Welsh Performer 50+

 

Orphaned Limbs Collective is an artist group with an exciting interdisciplinary project looking for a South Wales-based female performer 50+, versed in both dance and physical theatre. The prospective candidate would ideally be willing to join us during research and development stages as well as touring the project with us in late 2017-18 (dates to be discussed).

              

Our project, ‘when in roam’, involves dance,…

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Added by Thania Acarón on July 7, 2017 at 11:26 — No Comments

Performance Technician Wanted

Orphaned Limbs Collective is an artist group with an exciting interdisciplinary project looking for a South Wales-based technician to collaborate with. The post will include elements of lighting design, stage management and technical support, and the prospective candidate would ideally be willing to join us during research and development stages as well as touring the project with us in late 2017-18 (dates to be…

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Added by Thania Acarón on July 3, 2017 at 13:55 — No Comments

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@NTWtweets #NTWstorm Went to STORM last night - utterly breathtaking, totally immersive. A sea of beautiful words integrated with the most powerful score by @JohnHardyMusic and @SLGBarnes - truly the best example of the astonishing ground breaking talent we have in Wales.

Went to STORM last night - utterly breathtaking, totally immersive. A sea of beautiful words integrated with the most powerful score by and - truly the best example of the astonishing ground breaking talent we have in Wales.

Who knew the dark could be so visual. #ntwstorm

Who knew the dark could be so visual.

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