Time to Talk: Interactive Dance Workshop (School Programme)

Lai Tak-wai

Based on So Low, Lai Tai-wai discusses with students about time and space, sharing his inner stories and conflicts in the exploration of the relationship between man and time.

Students are presented with the major props and lighting effects, and with simple choreography they are introduced to the language of contemporary dance, where they can experience the interactions between space, weight, light and body, and learn how to express themselves when faced with external constraints.

Schedule & Venue

ArtisTree, Taikoo Place

2019.10.08

11:00

2019.10.09

11:00

Target: Beginner level, with an interest in contemporary dance

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