Creative Connector (Online)
Join Chisato Minamimura for an enlightening, online workshop, exclusively for the Deaf community.
Drawing on her expertise in improvisation and movement, Chisato will guide participants in an exploration of sensory experiences. In this virtual setting, folks will discover how to create unique movements that resonate with their inner self.
Explore the art of using space, along with patterns and geometric shapes to express your creativity. Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to learn from a distinguished Deaf artist right from the comfort of your home!
Capacity for this event is five (5) participants. This workshop is for members of the Deaf community only.
Please note, spots are very limited for these sessions. We ask that you only register if you know your schedule permits. If for any reason you can no longer attend after registering, email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can give the spot to someone on the waitlist.
The workshop will take place in British Sign Language (BSL) with American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation.
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About Sensory Shift
Sensory Shift: Building Online Disability Community is the second phase of a digital program series hosted by and for members of the Creative Connector community!
To learn more about how to become a community member of the Creative Connector community, visit https://www.creativeconnector.art/2-connect-with-others-in-slack-and-online-meetups/
To learn more about how to become an allied member, visit https://www.creativeconnector.art/2-connect-with-others-in-slack-and-online-meetups/
About the Artists
Chisato Minamimura is a Deaf performance artist, choreographer and BSL art guide. Born in Japan, now based in London, Chisato has created, performed and taught internationally and is currently a Work Place artist at The Place. Chisato trained at Trinity Laban in London and holds a BA in Japanese Painting and MA from Yokohama National University. Chisato approaches choreography and performance making from her unique perspective as a Deaf artist, experimenting with and exploring the visualisation of sound and music. By using dance and technology, Chisato aims to share her experiences of sensory perception and human encounters.
Visit Chisato's website to learn more https://chisatominamimura.com/.