Join us for this very special workshop with Meghan McClure!
Meghan will be bringing the groove all the way up from Portland, OR to teach:
*** Incorporating Movement Into Juggling ***
Add a new dimension to your juggling and prop manipulation with this workshop! We will breaking the barriers of what we think juggling can be by adding dance, movement, character or other characteristics you bring to the table.
No juggling or manipulation experience is needed, all levels, props, and abilities welcome! Be ready to move and think creatively, and try on ideas and styles you may not have tried before.
Bring personal props if you wish, we’ll have extra to share!
Workshop Location: Yaw Theater, 6520 5th Ave. S.
** About the artist:
Meghan’s circus journey started at age of 7 in a local summer camp. She soon fell in love and began training and touring with the local circus program where she learned about act creation, performance, and what it takes to bring a show on the road. Since then she has performed as a solo artist, as well as part of ensembles creating and performing full shows. Her primary disciplines are dance trapeze and dance juggling. Meghan started her teaching career as an assistant coach at age 16. She is now a head coach for all levels and types of disciplines and has directed camps and programs as well.
Suggested cost for this class is $10-35.
This workshop is donation based, payment not due until the day of the event. We believe that art should be accessible and that artists should be paid.
– Masks are not required but ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED. There will be extra masks available at the entry way for anyone who needs one.
– Please stay home if you have any symptoms of COVID or have been recently exposed to someone who is sick. If you recently attended a large, indoor gathering, please consider skipping, or taking an at home COVID test.
– Be mindful of people’s physical boundaries by asking about people’s boundaries – especially before hugging or touching others.
– We keep windows at the venue open to help increase air ventilation inside of the space.
– If you have any questions or concerns regarding COVID, please reach out to Arlene at email@example.com
This workshop is sponsored and operated by Seattle Flow Arts Collective, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. For more information about who we are and what we do, find us on Facebook or visit our website at www.seattleflowarts.org.