This free digital resource pack aims to give teachers and students an insight into the work and the creative processes behind it.
For more information, updates and to give us your feedback, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does it include?
• Insights into the collaborators and their creative process
• In depth break down of the choreographic process and structure by Wayne McGregor
• Images of original research material
• Comprehensive analysis of each section of the work
• Creative tasks to help students explore the piece further
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Access the printed version here.
The resource also includes eight posters that summarise the key points covered in the pack. You can download these here.
SAVE THE DATE: Don’t forget to save the date for our Teachers Insight event with Wayne McGregor on Thursday 22 February. Read more about the Insight.
To register your interest for this event, do email us at email@example.com.
Infra workshops: for teachers or students
Booking for full- and half-day teacher and student workshops based on Infra is now open.
These informative workshops have been designed to complement the Infra resource pack, offering clear links to the AQA Dance GCSE Level specification.
Teachers and students will be taught key phrases from Infra and gain a practical understanding of Wayne McGregor’s choreographic process through exploring creative tasks used during the making of Infra.
Half-day workshops (2 hours) = £250 + VAT
Full-day workshops (4 hours) = £350 + VAT
For full details on how to book a workshop and to fill in a booking request form please download the Infra Booking Form.
Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Studio Wayne McGregor
Studio Wayne McGregor offers resources and practical workshops for teachers and students, which would complement the study of Infra.
Developed from Wayne McGregor’s research with cognitive scientists into the creative process, Mind and Movement is a practical resource for use in a creative learning environment, enabling learners to engage with movement in new and dynamic ways.
Generously supported by the MariaMarina Foundation