AND Schools INSET: Drama, dance and Movement - 14 March 2016
14 March 10.30 to 16.30 at Museum of London
Work with theatre-maker Katharine Marwick and dancer Andrea Puerta to explore the role of drama, dance and movement in the classroom. You don’t need to be a dance or drama expert (or an actor or a dancer) to take part. The day will also include a chance to network with drama, theatre, dance, and movement organisations. Suitable for primary, secondary and special schools.
The session will be facilitated by Nimble Fish, creative producers and facilitators with extensive experience of helping to create the conditions for creativity in the classroom, and working with teachers to reconnect with innovation in their practice.
About the artists
Katharine Marwick is a theatre-maker, writer and workshop leader. She read English at Cambridge University before training in Theatre Creation and Performance at the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA). Katharine's company Hot Ice Theatre produces and tours devised work based on new writing. Katharine has led drama workshops for TeachFirst's Secondary English cohorts since 2011.
Andrea Puerta - Dancer
Andrea Puerta is a graduate of the Professional Actor Training Program at the Samuel Becket Centre (Trinity College, Dublin) and trained in dance at the London Contemporary Dance School (The Place) and most recently completed a Masters at Trinity Laban-Siobhan Davies London. Andrea’s performances and installations have been presented both nationally and internationally and she has led multiple projects with and for young people including young refugees and the Latin-American youth group ‘Nueva Generación’.