A movement workshop for parents and baby in the city, at and outside Gamle Munch
- This event is finished
- Location: The former Edvard Munch Museum, Tøyengate 53
Dancer and choreographer Mina Weider makes a movement workshop for parents and baby in the city. Through movement tasks the neighbourhood of Oslo Neighbourhood Lab will be explored. Join the whole time or stop by!
BABYBY is a choregraphy project for baby and parent initiated by dance artist Mina Weider. The project consists of propositions for movement tasks presented in a manual and a movement workshop for parent and baby. The movement tasks lay out to be an inspiration for exploring the city through movement and creativity together with your little one. Bring them on your next stroll!
The project is developed in collaboration with the dance artists Sigrid Kittelsaa Vesaas, Tuva Rein and Katarina Skår Lisa. Graphic design by Vilde Rolfsen.
Mina Weider (NO/CA) is an Oslo based dancer and choreographer that creatively and practically in her own and other's projects. She works with bodily experiences and often creates choreographical expressions that are personal and close. Weider has shown her works at Dansens Hus, Oktoberdans, Rosendal teater and Ravnedans amongst others, and has a Master's Degree in dance from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts (2017) and a Bachelor's Degree in jazz dance with pedagogy from Norges dansehøyskole (2015).
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