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Workshop for Teachers – BODY, VOICE AND CREATIVE THINKING IN RELATION TO PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE

Guest Artist: Margarida Mestre
26 + 28 NOV 2019 16h30 / 19h30
Escola Secundária Júlio Dantas, Lagos
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Margarida Mestre’s work aims to encourage teachers and educators to bring the experience of artistic languages into their daily practice, in what they have of experimental and expressive for their students, always considering them as beings who deserve a global learning: Mind, body, sensitivity.
Held in partnership with Centro de Formação Dr. Rui Grácio, this workshop is aimed at early childhood educators and primary school teachers.
Information and registration until 25 November 2019 here


Margarida Mestre studied pedagogy (Infant Teacher), sound design at I.F.I.C.T, and Dance in Fórum-Dança, along with many workshops in the dance and performance field in Lisbon, Madrid and N.Y.. Did her Master in Performance Art – Mouvement Theatre at Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema, Lisboa.
Has been developing a research and practise around body and voice work from which some performance pieces have come out either for adults or, and lately, for young people.
Studied voice with: Shelley Hirsch and Lynn Book (both in N.Y.), David Moss, Japp Blonk, Miriam di Palma, Valérie Marestin, Amélia Cunni, Nona Hendrix, Chris Mann, Michiko Hirayama and Phill Minton at Institute for the Living Voice. Did intensive voice training at the Roy Hart International School with Kaya Anderson, Susanne Weins, Albino Bignamini and David Goldsworthy as well as with Jonathan Hart Makwaia and Rosemary Quinn. Has great experience in creating performances with people with no experience in the field. Has been working with body and voice in diverse contexts, some of them centred in chorus work and group creative dynamics.