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Submitted by Lottie on Tue, 2009-09-15 12:13
Last Chance to see the exhibition City as Gymnasium at the Cube Manchester. Other artists in the show include Neville Gabie and Media Shed.
The final session for the exhibition took place on Saturday and was attended by some faithful and some new faces. The youngest participant was in and out of her pushchair like a yoyo demonstrating how to squeeze through a discarded bike lock, summersault through a swinging sign and lie down and do nothing.
Submitted by Lottie on Tue, 2009-09-08 16:34
his Saturday's Street Training is a pretty special one! Not only is it the last of the exhibition, but it will be hosted by artist and Street Training originator - Lottie Child.
For those of you who joined Street Training recently, this is your chance to explore Street Training more thoroughly. Lottie will be on hand to explain her practice and introduce you to techniques she has developed with Street Trainers from all over the globe.
In short, its sure to be interesting, enlightening and most of all - fun!!
Submitted by Lottie on Fri, 2009-08-21 12:21
This Saturday 22nd from 1.30- 3.00 Session sets out from CUBE Gallery http://cube.org.uk/
Led by Manchester Street Trainers, the sessions are based on the Manchester Street Training Manual and introduce you to more joyous interactions in the street.
Submitted by Lottie on Tue, 2009-08-04 12:17
Loads of videos of Manchester Street Training as part of City as Gymnasium exhibition at CUBE centre for the Urban Built Environment
Submitted by Lottie on Thu, 2009-07-30 16:17
The next Street Training session will take place in Manchester as part of the City as Gymnasium Exhibition, come along and share the joyful, playful things you do to keep yourself sane, make yourself laugh, interact with your surroundings and other people. Kit will be leading people in such techniques as the anon phone box call, railing balancing, pebble hugging, gargoyle petting and much more. Click the Manchester tag for images of past events.
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