Our lucky PLRM students are in for a treat this Tuesday 4th!
Performance artist Stacy Makishi is visiting Teesside University to offer an afternoon workshop for the third year students.
Stacy Makishi’s present body of work is interdisciplinary in scope and includes live art, film, installation and visual art. The work is as complex as it is accessible; humorous as it challenging; visual as it is literate.
Students from all three years today had the chance to gain knowledge and insight into the choroegraphic practices of a professional, north east based, dance artist. The session began with the students learning some of Chris’s rep material before beginning to manipulate it with a focus on relationships within choreography with self, audeince, space and others.
Zubaidah Saëbu will be teaching contemporary dance technique, fitness and body conditioning to the dance students of the BA Dance. The section is delighted that she has joined the team for this spring term.
Zubaidah Saëbu was born in Eindhoven, The Netherlands and trained at the Modern Theatre Dance Department of the Theaterschool in Amsterdam, graduating with a Bachelor of Dance (BDa). In her last year she did her work placement with Tees Valley Dance and has not left the area since.
After working for Tees Valley Dance as a fulltime dancer for 3 years, she started working as a Freelance Dance Artist. She currently tours with children’s theatre company Tell Tale Hearts and next to this teaches regularly in education, from nursery up to university level under the Vivid Dance name.
Some of the choreographers/dance artists that Zubaidah has worked with include Leine & Roebana, Dora Frankel, David Zambrano, Sanna Myllylahti, Jennifer Hanna and Maria Naidu.