This 10-week course will give students an introduction to the Chinese art of Ribbon Dance. This course is suitable for anyone with an interest in traditional Chinese dance.
Chinese Ribbon Dance is derived from the Buddhist murals in the Dunhuang Grottoes on the Silk Road. The long silk floats and flutters in the sky, showing the freedom and joy of the Flying God called Feitian.
The curriculum for this unique 10-week course was created by our resident dance teacher and graduate from the prestigious Beijing Dance Academy in China.
Let this unique dance from China fully awaken your body and help you to gain inner peace and freedom.
This course is aimed at beginners with little or no previous experience of learning Chinese ribbon dance.
Why Study this Course?
- Learn the basics of traditional Chinese ribbon dance
- Increase strength, flexibility and coordination
- Learn to use dance as a medium for achieving tranquility of mind
- Improve your personal health and fitness
The following participants are eligible to receive a 15% discount. Concessions are available for Goldsmiths’ staff and students, over 60s, Jobseeker’s Allowance and Income Support claimants and local Lewisham residents.
Please note that our short courses sell-out quickly, so early booking is advisable.
We are committed to providing reasonable teaching adjustments for students with disabilities that may impact on their learning experience. Please be advised that in order to provide an assessment and plan appropriate support we require as much notice as possible and, in some circumstances, up to 3 months. If you are planning to book, or have already booked, onto a short course please contact Goldsmiths Disability Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) at your earliest convenience.
Starting date, Friday 17 Jan 2020
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM | 10 weeks
Starting date, Friday 1 May 2020
6.00 PM - 7.30 PM | 10 weeks
If you have any questions about this course please contact confucius (@gold.ac.uk) .
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