Improvisation I

Dance 207

Usual Description

Improvisation is the process of making choices within a given structure while moving and discovering the collective ‘choice’ as it evolves. The class will go from highly defined structures to more open improvisations over the course of the semester. Solo and group structures will be used. Elements such as time, space, motion, shape, weight, focus and range will be emphasized as key choices in this exploration.

Themes
Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Dance 207 Taught by Nusha Martynuk
Dance 207 Taught by Nusha Martynuk
Dance 207 Taught by Elesa Rosasco
Dance 207 Taught by Nusha Martynuk
Dance 207 Taught by Elesa Rosasco
Dance 207 Taught by Elesa Rosasco
Dance 207 Taught by Elesa Rosasco