These classes will develop strength, musicality, and clarity in physical intentions. Most importantly these classes foster ways to find joy in movement and balance this with the challenge of constantly growing and improving at an individual pace. Previous experience not required.
Instructor: Kathryn Ricketts
Where: New Dance Horizons 2207 Harvey Street
When: Tuesdays January 7th - March 31st 5:30 PM - 6:45 PM No class February 18th
Registration Fees: Drop in: $22 12 class bundle: $235
Please call the office (306) 525-5393, email email@example.com, or visit our Eventbrite page to register!
** Drop ins are first come first serve basis with reservations made by contacting the office or at the beginning of class. Classes purchased are non transferable and must be used by the final week of class.
Kathryn has been working for the past 35 years in the field of dance, theatre and visual arts, performing and teaching throughout Europe, South America, Africa, Australia and Canada. Her work in studios, galleries, theatres and environmental sites focuses on social/political issues through dance, theatre, text, technology and visual art as the languages. Her Doctoral research furthered this into areas of literacy, embodiment and cultural studies with a method she has coined Embodied Poetic Narrative. She is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education in the University of Regina as the chair of the Dance area. She runs The Listening Lab, a visual and performing arts ‘incubator’ and presents exhibitions and performances in her loft in the John Deere Tractor Building. Kathryn is also the current Coordinator of the Centre for Teaching and Learning at the University of Regina.
Address: 2207 Harvey St, Regina, SK S4S 2N2 Canada
Hours: Mon - Thu: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Sat - Sun: Closed Statutory Holidays: Closed
*Special thanks to the following agencies: Government of Canada, Saskatchewan Arts Board, City of Regina, Canada Council for the Arts, CanDance, Community Initiatives Fund, Dance Saskatchewan Inc., SaskCulture, and Business for the Arts
NDH acknowledges that our organization creates, inspires, and educates on Treaty 4 Territory. We affirm our relationship and partnership with the First Nations and Métis people that live here, in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.