Club Até invites participants from diverse gender and cultural backgrounds to an open workshop exploring Pangalay, the traditional fingernail dance of the Tausug people of the Sulu Archipelago. Participants will be guided into pangalay improvisation methods bridging their bodies with land and water, spirit and sea.
The space will be held by Bhenji Ra, dance artist and mother to the Australian ballroom scene.
Participants will be invited to share their work as part of the event Club Muva.
There is an option of two workshop dates, you can attend one or both workshops.
Wednesday 29th, 6pm – 9pm
Healing Gardens of Bab Funders