Join us for this Online Dance Flashmob, having learned some of your favourite choreographies from Moving Together & …let’s move together!
About this Event
Moving Together is a creative research collaboration between anthropology researcher Dr Bronwyn Tarr and physical theatre company Justice in Motion. It explores loneliness and the power of movement & music to affect how distant or connected we feel.
Can synchronised music and movement help us connect with each other?
Dance to a specially created soundtrack inspired by the voices of people experiencing loneliness and accompanied by original music from Quentin Lachapele.
We’re hosting online tutorials from 5-10 October with our team of dancers who are demonstrating and teaching moves.
Dancers: Krystal Campbell, Junior Cunningham, Miles Kearley, Anja Meinhardt, Gemma Peramiquel, Daniel Seven
Join us all for this epic dance flashmob. Whether you learned the dance moves yourself, or in one of the tutorials, or just want to watch, this Online Dance Flashmob will send your heart and body soaring!
The event will take place using the Zoom platform and starts on Saturday 24 October at 16:00 (GMT) ending at 17:00 (GMT)
DISCLAIMER: Please note that by participating in this online dance event you take responsibility for your own physical and mental well-being and take part at your own risk. You declare that you are in good health and shape, and understand the nature of the activity. You fully accept and assume all responsibility for injury or damage that may result from your participation in the event. You release and hold harmless Justice in Motion, its team, and other participants with respect to any or all injury or damages arising from the activity to the fullest extent permitted by law. By clicking on the link to the event, you confirm to abide by these terms.
This event is part of a larger project, Moving Together, which is researching the effects of synchronous dance and music on feelings of loneliness.
The event you take part in will be live. The live event will be filmed and extracts will be used in a documentary about how the project came about and its results. The film will be used to help support other similar projects and to promote the work of Justice in Motion.
Please read the Terms & Conditions on the project website.
Moving Together is supported by TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) at the University of Oxford. The Theatres Seed Fund is part of ‘Connecting Researchers with Oxfordshire Theatres’, a knowledge exchange project generously funded by the UKRI’s Higher Education Innovation Fund.