On Saturday 28th January, we performed the extended performance of Score10 to a packed audience at the Brighton Natural Health Centre.
Reflection of the evening:
I produced a platform showcasing my Score10 improvisational work and two performances from guest artists.
Iain Paxon – Inside the Wheel
The evening started with a performance from Iain Paxon using his bicycle to create live music. He used contact mics and a array of …Full Article
On Sunday 22nd January, I am delivering a contemporary dance workshop: exploring free movement and improvisation.
At the Brighton Natural Health Centre, 27 Regent Street, BN1 1UL
This contemporary dance workshop will play with free movement improvisations and group tasks to allow dancers to explore and develop their own material in a friendly and supportive environment. The workshops consist of a short warm up followed …Full Article
Score10 Performance Evening is on Saturday 28th January at the Brighton Natural Health Centre at 8pm.
You are invited to the Score10 performance evening at the Brighton Natural Health Centre.
Score10 is a live improvisational performance with a collection of dancers and a musician. The work explores shifts of energy and the instant reactions to decisions from all of the performers. The performers create relationships and support …Full Article
On Saturday 26th November, I am presenting my new dance work Score10 at the Brighton Dance Network’s Scratch Night.
The Scratch night is an evening of contemporary dance and allows audience members to give feedback on the different works in process.
Doors at 7pm. Show starts at 7.30pm.
St Georges Church, St Georges Road, Brighton BN2 1ED
Tickets are £5 online. Or £7 on the doors.
Click here to get your tickets.
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Written by Alice Smith
Hannah Pickett Workshop
During the session Hannah worked with improvisation and scores, she opened the session by presenting her current working focus: Self, Environment and Others and described these as a consideration of how you feel, where you are and who you’re with whilst you’re moving. This proved to be a beautifully effective way to generate movement in a short space …Full Article
Over the last 2 months, I have been working with a group of dancers and a musician to create a new improvisational work. This is what has been happening in rehearsal:
Self. Environment. River. Trust. Others. Being watched. Copy, Follow, Steal. Simplicity. Relationship with Music. Following. Accepting. Stop. Space. Beginnings. Ending. End and Relax. Giving Space. Attention. Allowing the Development. Together. Active Shifts. Energy. …Full Article
On Sunday 13th November, 2pm-4pm, I will be delivering a Featured Artist workshop to Brighton Dance Network members at The Studio.
Bio about the workshop: This workshop will explore ideas from Hannah’s new improvised work, Score10. The fun session will experiment with group improvisations, tasks and challenges, which will facilitate dancers performing together in space. It will also draw upon her previous work with different improvisational …Full Article
“The workshop was fun, inclusive and rewarding. I was really impressed with the engagement during the session and the final performance.” Year 3 Class Teacher, City Academy Whitehawk.
This June, I was invited to deliver dance workshops as part of City Academy Whitehawk’s Art week. The whole week was based on the painting A Roman Triumph, as part of the National Gallery Take One Picture …Full Article
Over the next few months, I plan to enhance my professional development as an artist and choreographer by exploring with scores, ideas and experiment with the possibility of live contemporary art. I plan to reflect, experiment and evolve my art and the way I create it. This will result in a group performance in Brighton in the New Year.
These are some of my ideas that I …Full Article
This summer term, I have worked with Kaleidoscope Theatre to put the productions of Ahmed and the Feather Girl at Wallands Primary School and Barcombe Village hall.
The production consisted of dance and drama and was performed by children aged 6-11.
Next year we are doing the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
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