Explore Through Body-Movement Experience

Pera Adult

  • March 10, 2024 / 14:00

Participants who take a guided tour of On the Spot: A History of Panoramic Gaze on Istanbul navigate through the layers of Istanbul's panoramas and experience a body and movement-focused journey inspired by art. Led by dance and movement therapist Seda Güney, the workshop begins with practice examples and involves participants warming up and moving their bodies. Participants are invited to focus on what they connect with in their inner worlds exploring the interplay and permeability between body, mind, and emotions, and encountering their movements. 

Instructor: Sevin Seda Güney
Capacity:
10 people
Duration: 90 minutes
Fee per workshop: 300 TL
Fee per workshop for students: 150 TL (Participants are requested to show their student IDs at the entrance.)  

The event will take place at the Pera Museum (face-to-face).
For more information: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr

About Sevin Seda Güney
As an expert dance movement therapist, instructor, and supervisor, she works in the fields of learning through the body, creativity, empowerment, and social change. She provides consultancy in various institutions for team communication, professional burnout prevention, self-care, and capacity development. She has worked with projects and institutions that produce creative solutions for child and youth psychosocial support and empowerment, as well as with refugees, developing content as an instructor and leading workshops both domestically and internationally. She has developed movement-focused, trauma-informed, multilingual, and inclusive learning programs in the institutions, schools, and museums she has worked with, both in Turkey and abroad. Her work can be found under the handle.

 

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