Dance Limerick invites applications for a Dance Artist/Curator to shape and deliver a new pilot programme, Dance Limerick Connects from March 2021 – February 2022.
Closing 12 noon on Monday 1 February 2021.
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This January we welcome Jazmin Chiodi to Dance Limerick. Jazmin joins us as our first guest teacher of 2021 for Professional Morning Classes.
About Jazmín's Class
The class will be adapted to a Zoom format and taking in consideration peoples spaces. I'm aiming to share a moment together and to offer a frame for exploration during a technical class we will focus on body organisation, developing a finer perception and awareness of weight/support organisation, in relation with clarity of intention and directions during the diverse dance exercises proposed in class.
The structure of the class aims to qualify movement and lead the dancer to explore on clarity and efficiency, while promoting the physicality of dance. The work is based on my own dance practice developed over the years, as well as takes source in techniques such as, Flying Low, Klein, Release, Alexander Method, Feldenkrais and Yoga.
About Jazmín Chiodi
Jazmín Chiodi graduated MA Festive Arts at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance (University of Limerick in 2016. In 1996 she graduated from the ‘Taller de Danza San Martín’ in Buenos, and followed with a long career as a dance performer, choreographer, dance teacher and festival manager.
She co-directs Tipperary Dance Platform since 2009, an integrated year-round programme for the development of dance that culminates with the TDP’ international dance festival, a week-long event with an established reputation across Europe, and one of Ireland’s leading dance events (12th edition in 2021).
Together with Alexandre Iseli, she creates Iseli-Chiodi Dance Company in 2008. Since 2008, Jazmin. Their creative journey is characterized by the emergence of distinct choreographic textures through collaborative processes and a theatricality deeply ingrained in the flesh of performing bodies. Iseli-Chiodi’s pieces have been performed in Ireland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, USA, Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia, Korea, Tunisia and UK.
Jazmín is also a pedagogue she has a long history of teaching dance classes for all types of audiences including children and elderly people. Her practice extends from the professional realm to the community teaching. Since 2010 Jazmín is a dance lecturer for the BA Contemporary Dance at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, where she has also implemented classes of improvisation and composition for the MA Festive Arts, MA Dance and MA Classical string.
Jazmín’s academic life brought her to participate in the following research groups: Intelligence Unit Research Group for the Limerick 2020 European Cultural Capital bid. Limerick Cultural Police consultant group, Health Laboratories Coordinated by Dr.Niamh NicGhabhann and Dr. Ann-Marie Ryan.
Do you enjoy dancing? Would you like to try something new? Come join The High Kicks of Limerick, an ensemble of dancers aged 50+ led by Kristyn Fontanella. Learn new moves and enjoy a social dance, the emphasis with these classes is on wellbeing and having fun. These classes will help improve mobility, posture, co-ordination and energy levels. No upper age limit and no experience necessary. All abilities and all people are welcome.
If you would like more information on our ongoing Over 50s Dance Project, or if you would like to receive a link to our Zoom tutorial please email email@example.com.
Notice: Before booking a class please read below our: Important Information | You Will Need | Disclaimer | Dance Limerick at Home Safety Checklist
These online classes take place live on Zoom.
You will receive an email at least 1 hour before the class starts, with details of how to access the online class including the Zoom link. If you do not receive an email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You Will Need
- A device with access to the internet and audio, placed on a table/chair at eye level. We recommend a laptop or computer if possible as it means you will see the other participants as well as the teacher. - A clear space to move in, free of movable furniture and all other hard objects.
- The best floor surfaces are carpet, lino or wood, dancing on ceramic kitchen tiles or concrete is to be avoided please!
- Comfortable Clothes you can move in.
When participating in our online classes at home, you are doing so at your own risk. Dance Limerick cannot be held responsible or liable for any injury to yourself, or damage to any personal property that may occur. We have put together a checklist to help minimise risk to yourself and those around you.
Through a combination of performance platforms, residency opportunities, master classes, talks and lectures, Dance Limerick will advocate for artistic dialogue and exchange. In collaboration with dance artists across a range of practices, Dance Limerick will promote the creation of new and innovative work and will devise programmes of access, engagement and participation for the wider public.
Based at the premises of the former Daghdha Dance Company, Dance Limerick houses offices and a fully equipped studio space along with a separate performance venue known as the Daghda Space
Further information about facilities and opportunities for professional dance artists available from Jenny Traynor at