Tuesday 23 March, 1-2pm
It’s been almost one year since the beginning of the lockdown. It’s been a resilience-testing 12 months – culture and creativity have played a significant role in people’s wellbeing during periods of isolation/overcrowdedness.
To mark the date, and together work on ways to support each other & build on this resilience, we invite you to a special Creativity & Wellbeing lunchtime event. Our session collaborators Shaper/Caper will offer some insights on their own practice, and give you practical tasters of yoga at the desk and mindfulness.
Bring your lunch and join us in this laid back session on Tuesday, 23 March at 1pm. This free event is open to anyone with an interest in creativity and wellbeing.
A Year of Lockdown: Creativity & Wellbeing
1 – 2pm, Tuesday 23rd March 2021
Free to attend – must be booked in advance.
Held on Zoom
Creative Dundee exists to support creative talent to base, grow and sustain their practice in and around Dundee, by amplifying and connecting the city’s creativity.
We create the spaces to enable opportunities, galvanise action and profile the city so that residents and visitors alike can access, experience and enjoy Dundee’s active creative scene. We lead collaborative projects which generate local, national and international opportunities for people and the city – to support Dundee’s strong creative ecology. @Creative_Dundee
Shaper/Caper is your local Dundee-based community dance company. We tour the works of the multiple award winning Dundonian choreographer Thomas Small and deliver many Health and Wellbeing participatory workshops to people of all ages and abilities. Recently awarded by One Dance UK as winners of the 2020 Inspirational Work in Education and Outreach, and by Scottish Enterprise Awards SME News as the Best Leading Charity Dance Programme – Tayside, Shaper/Caper provides transformative and regenerative creative encounters in the community.
“At Your Desk” delivers some physical and mental techniques to achieve wellbeing during working hours, stretching and mobilising different body parts and connecting with the breath to invigorate and focus. @shapercaper
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