Choreographing for Places and Sites

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This paper offers students an opportunity to experience and critically consider the roles of movement in specific places and sites such as urban environments, public recreational facilities and gardens. Drawing upon their own movement experiences and knowledge students will actively participate in activities, creative process and choreographic tasks to investigate place-making and community, and to create events, interventions, trails and performances.

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