|Sent on:||Friday, April 20, 2012 4:30 PM|
Surprised to be hearing from us so soon!? Well one of this days (fingers crossed!) I'll learn to triple check emails for mistakes BEFORE sending! ...And my partner will learn to proof read and point any important errors out! Sorry guys!
As some of you noticed, the 16th March is NOT the date of our Juice Pages presentation, but the 16th MAY:
The next JUICE PAGES presentation will be on the 16th May at Kitty O'Sheas. We have a great team of talented artists that have taken the challenge the creating something in 6 weeks, a short film this time;
Somewhere in Paris, a CIA agent lives with his post-war traumas and nightmares. The Agency sends him a shrink to help him. But she somewhat looks like one of the ghosts that haunt his dreams. Is he seeing the past or foreseeing the future? Or is he just the pawn of dreadful psychic game?
Spy dreams. A thriller that will take you to the very core of human psychology.
Spy dreams. World premiere at Kitty O'Shea's, 8pm on the 16th March, 10 rue des Capucines, 75002, Paris (metro: Opera/Madeleine)
The event on the 2nd May remains unchanged:
Just two weeks to go until our next Juice networking event.
2nd May from 8PM
upstairs at the James Joyce Pub
71 Boulevard Gouvion St Cyr
(metro: Porte Maillot)
We're proud to announce that we have a great evening lined up for you, including a free taster session by Ann Moradian. This will be a 20-30 minute physical workshop so if you would like to participate please wear comfortable clothing. Spectators are also welcome. An open discussion with Ann will follow, as well as networking as usual.
Further information on Ann's work:
The body speaks on our behalf, whether we are aware of it or not. Physical awareness begins when we allow ourselves to breathe, to move, and to feel all that is there within our own being and also in relation to all around us: the ease and the discomfort, the strength and the weakness, the clarity and confusion, the emotions and stored memories that create the patterns that shape us. Once aware, we have the choice to change, reclaiming flexibility and ease, building strength, clearing out the blocks and distortions that limit how articulate we can be, our range of expression, and how well we 'listen' to each other, too.
Ann Moradian is a movement artist who has a "deep respect for dance tradition and at the same time delves courageously into the experimental." Her company, Perspectives In Motion, was founded in NYC in 1988, with a broad focus from dance performance to include explorations in collaboration, mixed and multi- disciplinary work, education and exchange. Her work is strongly influenced by dance, yoga, the martial and energy arts, as well as her studies at New York University's Gallatin Division, and a life that has taken her from Colorado to New York, to India and, since 2002, to Paris.
See you soon.
All the best,
Jane and Louise