The Whole Shebang Public Workshop

The Whole Shebang Public Workshop
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Kingston School of Dance, Studio A
Andrea Nann and Dreamwalker Dance Company

Join us as we make the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning come alive! Through the generous support of the Ontario Dances Program, the City of Kingston has hosted the Kingston Shebang, a multi-disciplinary arts project designed to foster collaboration through guided discovery.  Over the past 18 months, the Kingston Shebang has been facilitated by award-winning dance artist Andrea Nann, of Dreamwalker Dance, who has led local artists in the exploration of new, creative approaches to their artistic practice.  The Kingston Shebang will conclude with an exciting public presentation on January 31st to celebrate of the re-launch of the Tett Centre as our community's creative arts hub:

Artists and members of the public who are interested in learning more about the Kingston Shebang can attend FREE workshops January 27, 28 and 29, 2015.  Participants in these workshops will be invited to personally experience the movement and improvisation exercises that Andrea Nann uses for creative exploration.  Workshop participants should wear loose, comfortable clothing that allows unrestricted movement.  Participants may be moving without shoes, so please bring socks should you prefer not to work barefoot.  Participants may also be asked to sit or lie on the floor, so we also suggest you also bring a yoga mat or towel for your personal comfort.  Please note that all movement work is accessible and can be modified to the range of abilities of each participant.  Space is limited for these workshops, so we ask that participants register on-line.

For registration in the January 27 workshop, please visit:

For registration in the January 28 workshop, please visit:

For registration in the January 29 workshop, please visit:

At each new phase of the Kingston Shebang, the number of participating artists has grown to reflect the rich artistic palette of our community. The City is excited to host the Kingston Shebang, and looks forward to the diverse contributions of our community's many talented artists.

For further information about the Kingston Shebang Workshops, please contact Melissa Mahady Wilton, Dance Engagement Coordinator for City of Kingston, at:<

Photos and artist feedback from the Kingston Shebang can be found on Dreamwalker Dance's Shebang blog, at: