Upcoming Workshops

PIN UP PHOTO WORKSHOP WITH KEN GREEHORN

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Back by popular demand is the Pin Up Photography workshop with our amazingly talented photographer Ken Greehorn!

October 15th 9am
We will start the workshop with a 30 minute tutorial including tips and tricks for posing for the camera, samples of poses and pin up photographs and one to one advice.
Participants can sign up for a time slot below for their 20 minute shoot with Ken. Jackie will be present at all shoots to offer posing and styling advice.
Mirrors and preparation areas will be provided on site or participants are also free to leave and prepare at home and return later for their shoot. Make up and hair advice will be available but please note we do not have time to do hair and make up for each participant. You should come with your own supplies or already done up ( as much as you can)
We will provide drinks and snacks throughout the day for all participants
Fee: $120 we accept etransfer, cash or cheque.
Advance registration required.

Models will receive a min of 3 edited digital photographs and the option to purchase raw footage or more edited pictures from Ken Greenhorn.

Come with 1-2 outfits for your shoot. Full outfits, Lingerie and nudes are welcome in our body positive zone! All ages and genders are also welcome.
If you can bring samples of your pin up ideas on your phone or printed out that is very helpful! Check out some of the shots from our previous workshops with Ken!

 

Free Flow Dance and The Brain Body Connection Workshop series present

GAGA/PEOPLE with James Viveiros

Tuesday November 14th 7:30-8:30pm Free Flow Dance Centre 224 25th St. W.

Cost: FREE of charge

GAGA/People
GAGA/People is open to the general public and available for anyone, without the necessity of previous experience.
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GAGA/People classes are open to people ages 16+, regardless of their background in dance or movement. No previous dance experience is needed.
GAGA/People classes last for one hour and are taught by dancers who have worked closely with Ohad Naharin. Teachers guide the participants using a series of evocative instructions that build one on top of the other. Rather than copying a particular movement, each participant in the class actively explores these instructions, discovering how he or she can interpret the information and perform the task at hand. GAGA/People classes offer a creative framework for participants to connect to their bodies and imaginations, increase their physical awareness, improve their flexibility and stamina, and experience the pleasure of movement in a welcoming, accepting atmosphere.

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