New York City-based dancer, choreographer and professor of dance, Peter Kyle, will lead a creative workshop and sharing event that looks at how we frame motion and language. Working with simple tools we will explore ways to enhance our relationship to thought, motion, and our surroundings, while also investigating strategies to develop our critical eye. In addition, linguistics students from the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine will share their short video projects and discuss their experiences working with Kyle during his six-week Fulbright Specialist project.
While we will do some very gentle movement work, no prior experience with dance or movement training is required. Just come with an open mind, and a willingness to work collaboratively.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Has anyone ever asked you about your spirit animal? What types of animals were native to Ukraine but are no longer here? These questions and many more will be featuring during our speaking club this week. See you later alligator!
How to move from a small team with a bright idea into an effective and fast-growing business? Join eō’s open workshop on incorporating KPIs and metrics with Vlad Tislenko to plan your business growth and be on the top of your next actions.
The speakers from The Texas Tribune — the only member-supported, digital-first, nonpartisan media organization — will talk about their nonprofit media organization and answer your questions.
We are hosting another one of our super fun and engaging scavenger hunts! For those of you who are new to this, Scavenger Hunts are quest games, where the facilitator provides you with a list of things that you have to find and photograph. August 31st we'll have special guest facilitators to lead in an exciting journey of discovery.