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by Toronto Dance Community Love-In
Thu., July 15, 2021
02:30 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.UTC
Welcome to Summer Love-In Online! We are excited at the Toronto Dance Community Love-In to be hosting our 11th edition. From July 5 - 17, 2021, join us for our festival of dance, performance, conversation, and LOVE, all digital but with full hearts. We will be busting into summer, with all our sweat, smiles, and curiosity, to dancing, thoughtful making, magic, togetherness!
Jaamil Olawale Kosoko (he/they | radical reimaginings (and other self love practices)
This space encourages individuals who identify as QTPOC, Black, and/or Indigenous to participate. It is a space to centre and hold Blackness with love and care. This workshop is inclusive and open to artist-citizens who are interested in grappling with themes of interdisciplinary, collaboration, and identity within their creative life practice.
There is a 10 person capacity for this session. If this class is full send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to join the wait list. Parts of this session will be recorded for archival purposes only.
Times & Dates:
Tuesday July 13, 10:30am - 1pm EDT
Thursday July 15, 10:30am - 1pm EDT
No one will be turned away for a lack of funds.
Location: On Zoom
You will receive an email with the Zoom link and details in the Simplyk thank-you email. If you have any questions or difficulties registering, please reach us at email@example.com!
Accessibility: ASL Interpretation & Live Transcript offered by Zoom
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ABOUT THE SESSION
These study sessions will centre themes of slowness, ensemble building, the construction of radical kinship, care, and love as modes of embodied performance exploration and self-examination. Participants will consider skills related to personal narrative as a site of creative investigation, renewal, and healing. Open to all folx interested in exploring their previously uncharted performative, thinking, and emotional potential.
The following topics may or may not be discussed:
play with the subconscious
pleasure of forgetting
aching for touch
the fear of accepting the changes we're manifesting
embodied decision making, sludgy dream work
continuously falling apart
attuning intuitive, psychic, spiritual, and heart spaces
fear as information
creating from a place of love
Please note: Breakout rooms will be used throughout the sessions. There will be a 15 min break scheduled during the 2.5 hours.
Submissions to the Syllabus for Black Love can be made until June 25th! A completed syllabus will be sent to all participants.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jaamil Olawale Kosoko is a Nigerian American performance artist, poet, and curator originally from Detroit, MI. He is a 2019 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in Choreography, 2019 NPN Development Fund Award, a 2017-19 Princeton Arts Fellow, 2019 Red Bull Writing Fellow, 2018 NEFA NDP Production Grant recipient, and a 2017 Cave Canem Poetry Fellow. His creative practice draws from Black study, queer theories of the body, weaving together visual performance, lecture, ritual, and spiritual practice. His most recent works, Séancers (2017) and the Bessie nominated #negrophobia (2015), have toured internationally appearing in major festivals including: Tanz im August (Berlin), Moving in November (Finland), Within Practice (Sweden),TakeMeSomewhere (UK), Brighton Festival (UK), Oslo Teaterfestival (Norway), and Zürich MOVES! (Switzerland) among others. He is the author of two chapbooks and his poems and essays have been included in The American Poetry Review, The Dunes Review, The Broad Street Review, among others. Visit jaamil.com for more information. IG@jaamil_means_beauty
Image Description: Jaamil is wearing yellow coloured sunglasses and is wearing a brown robe which covers their body. Photo by Aisha Nialah
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