Facilitation

workshops & laboratories

Sur les rives (On the river’s edge)

Co-facilitated in collaboration with Montpellier-based performance researcher Alix de Morant.

Description: Full day workshop investigating embodiment and sense-making through the study with the shapeshifting forms of water.

Teaching History: Theatre de la Cite International, Symposium Theatre & Climat, autumn 2020.


Collaborative Precarity Bodyhacking

Co-facilitated in collaboration with Elae [Lynne DaSilva Johnson] & Cory Tamler

Description: Cross-disciplinary workshop addressing precarity’s trauma-resonant effects on mind and body programming. We employ individual and group work that includes writing, performance, movement, breathwork, mindfulness, and dialogue. We make space for reading, ritual, and emergent documentation. No previous experience in any of these
disciplines is necessary, and exercises are adaptable to the needs and abilities of different bodies.

Teaching History: Hosted by Exponential Festival in conjunction with resistance fantasies symposium of somatic experiments at Target Margin Theater, January 2019.

For documentation of this workshop click here!


Somatics & Dance

Description: A portable, adaptable workshop for dancers & live artists that incorporates Storm’s intersecting knowledges of embodiment, somatics, dance, perception, and choreographic practice.

Teaching History: As a working choreographer, Storm facilitates the equivalent of “company class” for the dancers within each of her rehearsal processes, hosting a range of aesthetic, conceptual, intimate, and creative interests & movement experience (2012 – present).


Open level Art Practice

Description: Inter-generational, art as an opening, conduit for storytelling and relationship building.

Teaching History: With Sprat Artistic Ensemble & The Neon Museum: for elders and teenagers (2012 – 2018). In the context of Phoebe Berglund’s teaching artist residency at MoMA P.S.1 in collaboration with Wendell Grey & Katie Dean: for highschool students (2018). In the context of Storm’s artist residency at Chez Bushwick Studio, New York: for children (2017).