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Generation Exchange (Auckland)

This morning, we walked part of Darcell Apelu’s Generation Exchange (Auckland), one of the performance works from Te Tuhi’s Share/Cheat/Unite, which traces the lineage of the artist’s paternal grandparents. 105 more words


Gratitude and the Harvest Moon

I am sitting here on the mount. Not really a mount as much as a hill but in my small town we refer to it as a mount.   398 more words


October class schedule

Hello movers!

     Project: Motion is thrilled to host Kenneth Johnson as a guest teaching-artist this October!

Kenneth’s class series “Visceral Dance with Kenneth” will be focused on working through techniques that enable the body to feel and react to music. 161 more words

Movement 27/09/16

Today we had our first movement workshop, we started off by playing some focus icebreaker games as it was only the second day so we were still getting use to people names. 234 more words

Most Important Piece of Gear? Your Body.

Over the years, I’ve literally spent thousands of dollars on gear and it makes me want to yarf a little. Tents of all shapes, jackets of all colors, boots of varying stiffnesses, a stove that weighs a mere 3 oz, cameras that eventually die or become obsolete, quick-dry this, breathable that, and packable the other. 476 more words

Hiking / Backpacking


Art based on parts from a movement conversion machine circa 1840. “A mechanical device for converting a continuous circular movement into an alternating movement.”


Express and Move in Bohemian Style

Loving the boho style?

Most would say yes, but, are those actually living it? The trend may be enticing to any free spirit looking to live in style, but bohemian is more importantly about an attitude and mindset, so put on that long flowy dress and those strappy sandals and express yourself. 200 more words