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Math Inspired Dance Series: Grounding Geometry

Programme Details

Programme IDAEP0116607
Art FormDance
Programme TypeExposure
Programme Format Digital/Blended
Language English
Duration 15 minutes
Venue SISTIC Live
Target Audience Secondary-Lower, Secondary-Upper, JC/CI, ITE
Cost $6.50 per student inclusive of $0.50 SISTIC booking fee OR purchase minimum 400 tickets for $2,200 inclusive of booking fee.

Programme Synopsis

MATH INSPIRED DANCE SERIES is an innovative digital film series conceived by Cultural Medallion recipient Angela Liong and directed by filmmaker Russell Morton. Grounding Geometry references the study of geometry on shape, scale, measurement, and volume with the physical language of dance. Dance breathes life to the flat image of shapes to become 3-D objects and enables depth and dimension to add relief for these geometric forms to emerge in space.
Objectives This innovative digital film series exposes students to cross-disciplinary thinking and expand their interest in the broad-based learning approach.

Audio/Sound System/ Others

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  • Cost of programme
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The Arts Fission Company

Established in 1994, ARTS FISSION has gathered a diverse and groundbreaking dancemaking track record. Under the artistic direction of Cultural Medallion Recipient Angela Liong, ARTS FISSION has evolved into a dynamic dance hybrid that empowers its works that are relevant to people and everyday life.

Contact

Aqidah 90235096 aqidah@artsfission.org   Visit provider page

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