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Thursday March 14, 2019 | 13:45 - 15:15
University Theatre Building | S23
In this workshop, dramaturg and choreographer Zee Hartmann will lead participants through an analytical process that aims to strengthen collaborative work while maintaining individuality and personal conviction. Positive reinforcement methodologies will be set aside to employ a productive critical thinking initiative where questioning takes precedence over answering. Participants will explore strategies of how, when and why to say “no”, both in their own creative processes and in the creative processes of others. The workshop will consist of physical, verbal and writing exercises, individually and in groups. Comfortable clothing is advised. Limited to 20 participants.

Zee Hartmann is from Cape Town, South Africa. She holds degrees from Beloit College (BA Dance) and Sarah Lawrence College (MFA Dance). In New York she held a full-time position as Archivist for the Twyla Tharp Dance Foundation. In Cape Town she founded and directed The Line & Light Dance Collective. Recently Zee presented her research at the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the America’s conference at UC Berkeley and at the Women in Dance Leadership Conference at NYU. She co-authored Choreographic Journal: seeing/vidjeti with Marjana Krajač, published in August 2018. Zee is completing an MA in Dramaturgy from the University of Cape Town. She currently splits her time between Amsterdam and Berlin. 

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