Monthly Archives: August 2014

Following further rehearsals this month by the Avid for Ovid group, an evening of dance and music performance based on interpretations of Ovid’s Metamorphoses will be shown at the Al Jaber Auditorium at Corpus Christi College on 28th August.  This is the latest event in the collaboration between academics and artists of Ancient Dance in Modern Dancers (ADMD) and Avid for Ovid (A4O) exploring the nature of ancient Roman pantomime.

Breughel's Landscape with the Fall of Icarus

Breughel’s Landscape with the Fall of Icarus

Metamorphoses – dance interpretations of the poetry of Ovid is a showing of work-in-progress; it will involve audience participation in that we will be asking for your feedback.  We are eager to find out what audiences see in the pieces and how we might improve the communicability of the dance form we’re (re)creating.  Your comments will be precious to both the artists and the academics involved.

Dance:  Ségolène Tarte, Susie Crow

Music:  Malcolm Atkins

Performance:  Thursday 28th August 2014, 6.30pm

Venue:  Al Jaber Auditorium, Corpus Christi College, Merton Street, Oxford OX1 4JF

This event is free and followed by refreshments, but please email Helen Slaney to reserve a place.

For further information about the project, check out the Avid for Ovid page via the link above.

You can read Segolene’s blogpost about our recent work here

There is also now a public facebook page (not requiring a login) where the latest information can be viewed here