Publication

L’INVISIBLE VISIBLE

Author
Sylvie Pinard
Published
November 30, 2016
Production
Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault

(in French) L’INVISIBLE VISIBLE – Transmission d’outils d’interprétation en danse, by  Sylvie Pinard is a guide to discovering one’s expressive body. The book offers a comprehensive training program for dancers and teachers, based on a synthesis of her various discoveries and teaching approaches as both a Laban analyst and dance professor.

 

 

Project

L’INVISIBLE VISIBLE by Sylvie Pinard

Dissemination

On November 30, 2016, the Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault launched Sylvie Pinard’s book L’INVISIBLE VISIBLE – Transmission d’outils d’interprétation en danse, in collaboration with the Department of Dance at UQAM. A founding member of the group Nouvelle Aire, Sylvie Pinard danced professionally for over 25 years…

Events

Launch of L’INVISIBLE VISIBLE

On November 30, the Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault hosted the launch of L’INVISIBLE VISIBLE – Transmission d’outils d’interprétation en danse, by Sylvie Pinard. The book is the legacy of a devoted and generous teacher who is eager to share her thoughts and experience with dance performers…

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