Robert Moses’ Kin Summer Workshop: Movement – Motion – Motivation
June 10-14, 10:00-4:00pm
Robert Moses' Kin's Summer Intensive program offers a rigorous, one-of-a-kind experience for intermediate and advanced students with a passion for dance. Students get a chance to experience the creative process with Robert Moses. This intensive week of dance will focus on style, phrasing, improvisation and performance technique while allowing students to experience company life with Robert Moses' Kin.
Since 2005, Robert Moses has been Artist-in-Residence at Stanford University, where he has been on the dance faculty since 1995. A highly regarded master teacher and educator, he has taught on campuses and at festivals throughout the United States, including Bates Dance Festival, Colorado Dance Festival, Goucher College, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, University of Texas, and University of Nevada. Moses has been a returning guest artist at the Northwest Dance Project and a mentor with Choreographers in Mentorship Exchange (CHIME). In addition he currently teaches on the faculties of ODC Dance Commons and Alonzo King Lines Dance Center.
Founded in 1995, Robert Moses' Kin is considered by many to be one of the nation’s most prolific and exciting contemporary dance companies. Known for an eclectic movement vocabulary, ferocious dancing, and works addressing race, history, literary sources, even fables, family and issues of faith, the company's mission is to produce work that speaks to what is specific and unique in human nature. RMK’s extensive repertory includes full-scale collaborations with artists like the San Francisco Boys Chorus, Kid Beyond, Todd Reynolds, Marcus Shelby and Youth Speaks, as well as intimate dances set to the music of César Franck, the poetry of Carl Hancock Rux, the librettos of Anne Galjour and the words of James Balwdin.
To register, contact the ODC Dance Commons front desk at 415-863-9830 x100.