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**10 DAYS LEFT** In-Character | Movement Training for Mocap, Asha JG Movement

  • London
  • dance, music, theatre, Other, Movement, Motion Capture
  • Asha Jennings-Grant ashajg.moves@icloud.com

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***10 DAYS TO GO****LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE****SECURE YOUR PLACE NOW***

After a successful launch of the Embodying Your Mocap series in May last year and following up with a SOLD OUT workshop in September, Asha Jennings-Grant brings her third and final instalment, In-Character. This workshop will be focusing on the process of building particular character types for video games and film. She will be exploring ways to help the actor make physical choices that are clear, direct and easily accessible when preparing their character-based work in Motion Capture. Like the previous workshops in the series, there will be constant direct references to technical procedures that will inform the work and help shape a solid understanding of the overall working process. The workshop will provide participants with the tools to support and strengthen their performance skills specific to fields using MoCap technology. This will be an insightful and enjoyable learning opportunity not to be missed!


The workshop is suitable for actors with Motion Capture experience, aspiring Mocappers, actors with movement experience and physical performers.

Date: Saturday 24th March 2018, 11am – 2pm

Price: £30

Venue: PQA Studios (formerly The Poor School), 242 Pentonville Road, London, N1 9JY

Nearest train: King's Cross (Underground and National Rail)

For booking enquiries contact ashajg.moves@icloud.com

Movement Director Asha Jennings-Grant holds an MA in Movement Studies (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama) and for five years, has worked on a wide range of productions collaborating closely with actors, physical performers and dancers in theatre and across other art forms. She has also directed scenes at one of the largest full performance capture stage, Centroid Studios. She has created characters, virtual environments and devised cinematic scenes working closely with actors on the delivery of their physical performance.

For more information on Asha, go to www.ashajgmovement.com

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