Masterclass Series

'Dancing Grandmothers' - Eun-Me Ahn OzAsia Festival Masterclass

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The Mill and OzAsia Festival 2018 present:

Dance Masterclass with Eun-Me Ahn

Eun-Me Ahn is the choreographer of 'Dancing Grandmothers' in the 2018 OzAsia Festival, hosted at LWDance Hub as part of OzAsia's Dance Lab. https://www.ozasiafestival.com.au/events/dancing-grandmothers/

Masterclass Details:
Date: Sunday 28th October
Venue: LWDance Hub, Lion Arts Centre, Cnr Morphett St & North Tce, Adelaide SA 5000
Time: 11am -12:30pm
Cost: $20.00
Level: Professional/Tertiary Level Dance

Bookings:

https://www.facebook.com/events/679434972418741/

https://dancinggrandmothers.eventbrite.com.au

About Eun Me Ahn:
Eun-Me Ahn has found new, unexpected and exciting ways. This first comes from her itinerary, marked as much by the learning and exploration of shamanistic tradition as by the many years spent in New York or a profound friendship with the missed Pina Bausch (who invited her many times in Wuppertal). Korean and cosmopolitan, figure of the avant-garde but also choreographer of the very official 2002 FIFA World Cup opening ceremony in Daegu and presented in the most important international festivals, she knows how to improve the beauties of contrast, mow polka dots, stripes and flower, how to play with the most pop colors before switching to the most solemn austerity, how to play with the most subtle shades of androgyny or une slowness to make trance rhythm burst...

Educated at the school of rigor, precise, demanding and of a all Korean discipline, Eun-Me Ahn is also a daredevil performer, ready for all kind of piracies. One have seen her jump from the top of a crane to attack a piano with axe and scissors, rip off herself her fairy dress made of white ties to distribute the pieces to the audience while performing a teddybear dance, bury herself with a clown costumes under a rain of baloons, locked up behind bars in a duet with a chicken, or dressed up as a mushroom... But one would be wrong thinking it is provocation. It is rather the affirmation of a curiosity and a freedom held by work and style pushed to their most unexpected limits.

https://www.gadjaprod.com/eun-me-ahn-en