The Site Speaks: Site Dance at Home with Nicole Dagesse


Sep 16 2020


Eastern Time
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm



The Vermont Dance Alliance, in partnership with Inclusive Arts Vermont, Presents: The Site Speaks: Site Dance at Home with Nicole Dagesse!

Over the course of three weeks, students will learn 3-dimensional site dance techniques that begin with general similarities (find a site with a wall and a floor), and deepen into the unique history of each student’s home. Students will practice full body warm-ups leveraging their body within the site, investigate place through improvisation, and then begin to create unique choreography based on their specific site. Sign up here!

For: All ages, levels, and experiences who enjoy focused/individual improvisation are well equipped for this class! No specific experience necessary, but a willingness to explore, play, listen, and create is vital! Open level, and drop in friendly.

Nicole Dagesse is a Vermont native whose rural upbringing in the forests and fields is a direct inspiration for her movement style and choreographic desires. Combining her training in Modern Dance, Contact Improvisation, and Aerial Dance, Nicole approaches each new site with inquisitive play and rigorous movement research. Nicole earned her BFA in Dance and BS in Environmental Science from the UMASS, Amherst and an MFA in Site Dance from CU, Boulder. Nicole taught and choreographed in North Carolina, where she was the director of dance at Longleaf School of the Arts in Raleigh and where Murmurations Dance was born. Now back in Vermont, Nicole lives with her husband and adventurous children and uses her improvisational skills to experiment with motherhood, artistry, work, pleasure, and play. Nicole is also a Yoga Teacher specializing in Vinyasa Flow and Pre/Postnatal Yoga and a teacher of Aerial Dance.

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Sep 16 2020
  • Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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