Oct. 29, 2022 (Sat), 10:00 ~ 15:30
5th Floor, Ieum Art Hall, Ieum Center
Multi-perspective approach to disabled dance education in the age of the new normal
Enhancing dancing activities and artistic potential through global disabled dance experience
Proposal of a new vision for artistic activities of the disabled dance
A cognitive improvement through differing perceptions
Achieve cognitive improvement based on perception, memory, imagination, notion, judgement, and deduction, through consciously documentation on various sensory stimulations to add a new meaning to the past experience, and to instinctively compare them with other sensory functions,
A creative expression through artistic representation
Aid creating various images of oneself and others in the relationships involving members of society through imitative, expressive, and conventional forms, and expressing creative movement connotes internalized ideas, feelings, senses, and memory.
A stable identity establishment through proximal development zone
In the process of independent problem solving of a child, setting appropriate scaffolds through conversations and questions with parents, teachers, and peer groups can develop latent ability of the children, and becomes the root for their self-esteem and a stable identity.
· Current director of integrated dance and choreographer at Art Spark Texas
a disabled dance art organization.
· BA in Dance from North Karelia College, Outokumpu.
· Postgraduate degree in Community Dance from the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music
and Dance, London, UK.
· Taught multiple disabled and non-disabled integrated dance classes and workshops in
Finland and around Central Texas in the US.
· 25 Disabled children/teenagers and one guardian
who can take part in the dance classes
· Anyone regardless of the type and severity of their disability