Play with your Inner Animal: an expressive arts workshop series for men
Mar
3
to Apr 28

Play with your Inner Animal: an expressive arts workshop series for men

A Series of Five FREE Workshops for Men
March and April 2019

Men, come and explore and play with your inner animal in a safe and welcoming group of men. Using the movement-based Expressive Arts maps and tools of the Tamalpa Life/Art Process, Steven will guide the group of men through a playful series of encounters with their inner animal.

If movement is not a significant part of your life. If you sit at a desk most of the day, or sit in your car a lot, these workshops are particularly designed for you. To get you moving with a new relationship to your body.

Workshop are on alternating Sunday afternoons on these dates:

Sunday 03 March 2019

Sunday 17 March 2019

Sunday 31 March 2019

Sunday 14 April 2019

Sunday 28 April 2019

Start time is 1pm.

Completion time is 5pm.

There is a 30 minute break.

This is a free series of workshops.

Please note: this is a series of workshops, designed as such. It is intended and desired that all men participate for all five sessions.

Who is your Inner Animal?

Using movement and guided visualisations, you will encounter your inner animal and play with its presence in your life.

You will explore the animal’s evolutionary movement, its movement repertoires and its movement metaphors. You will play with and explore how these movements show up in your own life.

Through guided movement, expressive drawing and creative writing, you will confront, release and develop your animalistic energies.

Have Fun and Get Fit

In these animal-inspired workshops we will play with the evolutionary role of the body parts and metaphors, specifically focusing on the Shoulders, Arms and Hands, the Legs and Feet, the Pelvis, and the Abdomen. We will play with how our animal uses movement to battle, build, gather, hunt, chase, escape, and reproduce… how our animal - essentially - survives.

Using non-choreographed movement and dance, expressive drawing and creative writing, we will explore these themes and investigate how they show up in our lives.

Pre-registration required!

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Selected Scores with the Halprin Performance Lab
Oct
28
11:00 AM11:00

Selected Scores with the Halprin Performance Lab

Steven will be performing in two scores at this event as part of the Halprin Performance Lab

In conjunction with Anna Halprin: Body Radical, the Performance Lab is an invitation-only group of multidisciplinary artists who work closely with Anna Halprin to develop their own scores and performances. An integral part of Halprin’s pedagogical practice, the Performance Lab also extends Halprin’s score-based choreographic practice in the fostering of this experimental process by other artists. The Performance Lab will realize short-form works engaging different spaces of the museum.

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Wilsey Court, De Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

This event is free and open to the public.

Please see: Anna Halprin: Body Radical at the De Young Museum

Photograph by Warner Jepson. Courtesy of Anna Halprin.

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HOMeOstasis (SAFE House Arts RAW performance)
Jun
30
8:00 PM20:00

HOMeOstasis (SAFE House Arts RAW performance)

With HOMeOstatis Tamalpa Institute trained movement improviser Steven Horner explores his state of personal physiological, emotional and mental equilibriums and the internal and external forces that influence them. Steven operates at that unusual place somewhere between the intention of dance and the energy of sport, investigating the energy produced by the male body.

Featuring the participation of Susan Nalaboff Brilliant, Maggie Silverman and James Orlando.

Steven will be performing for two nights as one of the featured artists in SAFE House Arts' Summer 2018 Resident Artists Workshop.

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HOMeOstasis (SAFE House Arts RAW performance)
Jun
29
8:00 PM20:00

HOMeOstasis (SAFE House Arts RAW performance)

With HOMeOstatis Tamalpa Institute trained movement improviser Steven Horner explores his state of personal physiological, emotional and mental equilibriums and the internal and external forces that influence them. Steven operates at that unusual place somewhere between the intention of dance and the energy of sport, investigating the energy produced by the male body.

Featuring the participation of Susan Nalaboff Brilliant, Maggie Silverman and James Orlando

Steven will be performing for two nights as one of the featured artists in SAFE House Arts' Summer 2018 Resident Artists Workshop.

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