Dance & Robots Workshop
Join Neon Dance to explore how dance and robotics can work together in this 90-minute workshop for dancers and non-dancers.
You'll discover how your movement can directly influence swarm robots and your input will inform the making of a robot community, which features in Neon Dance's new production Prehension Blooms. Help design robots that respond to movement and learn more about the team of collaborators behind this exciting new production.
The workshop will be led by Hemma Philamore (Bristol Robotics Lab) and Neon Dance choreographer Adrienne Hart.
Venue: Dance Space
This workshop is for ages 16+ only. If you are 16 or 17 and would like to take part, we'll need you to provide a parents / carers permission form. Please book your free place and then email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the form.
Duration: 1 hour 30 mins
Please wear comfortable clothing that's easy to move in, and bare feet or socks.
artsdepot is a Covid secure venue. Some new measures have been put in place to make sure your visit is safe and comfortable:
Limited capacity - the number of places available at this workshop has been limited to ensure there is space for social distancing.
Face coverings - staff and visitors are asked to wear face coverings in the building, this includes during the workshop. This doesn't apply to those who are medically exempt.
Social distancing - please follow the one way system throughout the building and remember to keep 2m distance between you and other people.
Increased cleaning - our Facilities team are cleaning the building more often. You may see them carrying out their scheduled cleaning while you're with us.
Hand sanitiser - is available at the entrance, in the cafe and outside the theatres. Please use it whenever you like.
artsdepot is a Covid-secure venue, we are following the safety and hygiene measures set out by the government in its performing arts guidance and guidance for multi-purpose community facilities. For more information about the safety measures we’ve put in place, please read our Covid-19 Safety Information.
If you have any questions about how this workshop will be run, please email email@example.com