Zosia Jo Contemporary Dance - Open Classes
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Apr 26, 2015 10:00–11:30am
Apr 27, 2015 10:00–11:30am
Apr 29, 2015 10:00–11:30am
Apr 30, 2015 10:00–11:30am
Organized by: Contemporary Image Collective (CIC)
Venue: Contemporary Image Collective (CIC)
Address: 3rd and 4th Floor, 22 Abd al-Khaliq Tharwat St., Downtown Cairo, Egypt
Admission: 30EGP for one class, 100EGP for 4 classes
Website: www.facebook.com/events/885046921547027/


Contemporary Dance Open Classes with Zosia Joat 
at the @Cairo Cairo Contemporary Dance Center مركز الرقص المعاصر 
1 Mousa Galal Square - El Mohandesin 
For Questions please call 01210037778

26th, 27th, 29th and 30th of April 
11am-12.30pm
30EGP or 100EGP for all 4 classes

This will be a dynamic release based contemporary class. It's open to all abilities but I recommend beginners do the full week as we will progress and build to longer phrases of movement throughout the week. 

Zosia Jo Dowmunt (UK):
Zosia Jo began dancing at The Place, London and went on to train at Northern School of Contemporary Dance. After graduating, in 2008, 
she started Joon Dance, who have changed the face of dance in West Wales, introducing professional contemporary dance and break dance to the rural communities there. Alongside her community dance practice Zosia undertook interdisciplinary training with Dance Research Studio’s Speaking Dancer Program. This, and her experience working as a movement director and performer with theatre companies such as Torch Theatre (Wales) Enormous Yes (Glasgow) and Dread Falls (London), has engaged Zosia in a creative enquiry around the fine line between dance and theatre. As a performer Zosia has worked with Nutshell Dance, Sean Tuan John, Tanja Ramen, Kitsch’n’Sync Collective, James Finnemore, Nai Walker and in dance for a camera work Better To Have Loved with Shannon Walsh. Zosia’s choreographic work has been performed at Torch Theatre, The Place, Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe Festivals, Blue Elephant Theatre. In her first full-length performance work, The Applause Project, Zosia experimented with the act of applause as a method for interaction between audience and performer. In her recent solo, Herstory, Zosia draws on her additional experience to create a narrative driven work blending text and dance. After choreographing for Cairo based Contemporary Dance Nights, supported by British Council, Zosia intends to continue her work in Egypt and pursue more cross-cultural exchange.