moving colours

moving colours

The use of objects and props continues our ‘creative communications’, from developing movement to telling a story.  We have colourfully and creatively moved our bodies in more ways than one.  From swaying, twisting and conducting peacock feathers leading into playful shadows. Pushing our arms forward and back, up and down to pressing our fingers to…

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the skipping limbo experiment

The past few sessions were about experimentation. Our ideas came from the prop we were using, a giant red piece of lycra. I like to use texture and colours in a lot of my dance work to enhance the movements we do. This time the texture and colour directly influenced what we did and it…

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spin, spin, spin me around

spin, spin, spin me around

What do you use your salad spinner for? Washing lettuce? Cleaning potatoes? Have you ever thought to use it for spinning paint? Today Edna experimented with consistences, colours and varying the speed, it also had the added benefit of warming the arms and shoulders. Over spinning can cause your salad spinner to take off! Beware.

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pass the face

pass the face

Medway and Gravesham participants thoroughly enjoyed themselves this week. Not only did they move with their 1 metre length pencils, vigorously spun their own paintings and giggling over their creative paper ripping to produce horses, boats, ballerina’s, trees, vases and flowers. They passed their faces which were bright, colourful and original. They expressed at the…

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