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CANCELLED -
Workshop on Improvisation in Music & Movement + Performance by ICEBERG

Sun 12 August 2018

This event has been cancelled.

Following the fire at Glasgow School of Art and the O2 ABC music venue, the Centre for Contemporary Arts remains within the cordoned area in Garnethill. At this time, there is no set date for re-entry, and the centre expects to remain closed for the duration of July and August.

We are working with our programme partners who had scheduled events throughout this period. Details of new venues and cancellations are here.

Eilon Morris and Nicolette Macleod, members of the improvisation group ICEBERG, will lead an improvisation workshop focusing on music and movement leading to an evening of improvised short works by ICEBERG.

Eilon Morris, percussionist and actor, and Nicolette Macleod, musician, songwriter and actor, will lead a two and a half hour workshop looking at the transitions between music and movement within an improvisation practice.

The workshop will take place in the theatre, CCA, and will lead to an evening of improvised short works by all ICEBERG members including Penny Chivas, dancer, and Zoe Katsilerou, movement and voice artist.

Workshop: 14:00 - 16:30, £12/£9 concessions
Performance: 17:30 - 19:00, £8/£6 concessions
*Participants that wish to attend both the workshop and the performance can buy a £15 ticket/pass for both events.

Zoe Katsilerou, Eilon Morris, Penny Chivas and Nicolette Macleod started working together as a group in autumn 2017. Since then they have performed at For Fika’s Sake, the CCA and have been commissioned to perform and facilitate workshops for the Central and West Integration Network for International Women’s Day.

ICEBERG is committed to highlighting improvisation as an exciting, dynamic and high skilled form. We are currently in the initial stages creating curated improvisation performance space and building towards a peer to peer workshop environment were multidisciplinary artists whether; early stage practitioners, students and professional practitioners can work together. Creating a professional, encouraging and supportive environment space for new working relationships that will feedback into the ecosystem of Glasgow’s art and performance scene.