16:9 Dance provides an educational and creative workshop for ages 12-18. Workshops emphasis idea and practices involving dance and film. Focusing on videography, participants will explore cinematic choreography options, framing choreography, and camera improvisation. From a movement basis, participants will develop processes of choreography for film.
Participants will learn movement material, workshop and structure it into a cohesive group piece, and film. Upon completion of post-production editing by 16:9 Dance, participants will be given a digital copy of the finished screendance for their own personal use.
Embrace change. Embrace distance. Embrace creativity. Embrace one another.
As a part of Brighton Dance Festival, Katie Phelan taught a Screendance workshop. Originally planned for an in-person festival, BDF was transitioned to an online modality due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Through the workshop, the dancers built movement and footage for a ScreenDance film; communicating solely through Zoom and using personal devices to film.