Kwesi Johnson of Agile Studios in association with Dance in Devon is giving 5 teachers the opportunity to participate in a series of free CPD workshops through Agile Studios.
Agile Studios is a website streaming live and interactive dance classes and workshops from around the world. Imagine Skype video group call or Google Hangouts but for dancers and dance teachers (Participants).
There is no new technology to learn, if you can click a link in an email then you already qualify to be part of this amazing opportunity.
Participants are able receive a livestreamed class on their computer, tablet, smartphone or laptop with a Wi-Fi connection. The participants can take the livestreamed class/workshop in a studio/space, with other participants as well as receive the workshop on their device by themselves even in their kitchen! The content is broadcast from the workshop leaders location live for participants to take part and interact with them in real time as one would in a regular class.
We are researching if dance teachers and dancers would like to take part in amazing, tailor made and exclusive CPD content from around the world. We are giving participants the opportunity to give us feedback on what works and doesn’t in return, you receive the free workshops.
Please contact Sue Smith (email@example.com) before the end of July if you are interested, for workshops starting in September 2016.
A bit about Kwesi:
My name is Kwesi Johnson I’m the founder of Agile Studios which is a website that broadcasts live, interactive dance workshops and classes from around the world.
I have over 20 years industry experience as an artistic director and founder of Kompany Malakhi. I’m a dance teacher, teacher trainer and award-winning choreographer and I’m passionate about dance.
I’ve taught and performed internationally with Kompany Malakhi, Lloyd Newson, CandoCo Dance Company, Black Mime Theatre and Phoenix Dance Theatre and as a choreographer/director the latter two. As far back as 1991 I choreographed the opening of the Olympic Conference in Birmingham UK.
Kompany Malakhi were Regular Funded Organisation (RFO) of the Arts Council England enabling me to work alongside the British Council in Vietnam and South Africa performing, devising and teaching.
I’m also interested in the intersection of technology, the arts and real estate to bring amazing opportunities to artists, tech professionals, and commercial property owners.