Good Women is excited to have Gwynne Bilski guest teach our September company classes
September 10 10am-11:30am
September 12 10am-11:30am
September 13 10am-11:30am
$15/drop in, $100/10 class pack
Current GW class pack cards are useable towards these classes
Founded in Limon and Release techniques, Gwynne’s class uses imagery, breath, and subtle direction to bring awareness to different parts of the body and different points of instigation in the exploration of movement. Moving in an out of the floor, a series of exercises focused on grounding, core strength, articulation, and the intelligent use of weight, suspension, and energy will prepare the body for and lead to dynamic phrase work.
Gwynne is a Scottish-based Canadian artist and choreographer working primarily in performance and installation, with a focus on place and personal geographies. Having trained formally in visual arts, creative writing, and dance, Gwynne’s current work is founded in contemporary movement practices with strong influence from literary and conceptual art practices.
Gwynne holds a BFA in Creative Writing and Visual Arts from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, BC, and a MFA in Choreography from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. She has presented work in Canada, Scotland, England, and the USA, and is a founding member of GBworks, a new international movement collective established in the interest of creating platforms to support and present the work of female, female identifying, and non-binary emerging artists.