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Jared Kirby





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PostPosted: Wed 13 Oct, 2010 10:48 am    Post subject: Paddy Crean Workshop in Banff         Reply with quote

Hello,

Registration is now live for the Paddy Crean Workshop. The Paddy Crean Workshop is all about the sharing of ideas from people all over the world! There are artists teaching stunts, stage combat, historical martial arts and every other kind of theatrical movement in between.

This workshop brings together martial artists (eastern and western) with combat actors. There will be an opportunity to train with some of the premier instructors in stage & screen from around the world who will be teaching stunts, stage combat, historical martial arts and every other kind of theatrical movement in between.

If you have any questions please let me know at jaredkirby@hotmail.com

Take care,
Jared Kirby

The 2010 Paddy Crean International Art of the Sword Workshop
Program dates: December 29, 2010 - January 3, 2011
Registration deadline: October 15, 2010


This workshop is an opportunity for master teachers, researchers, and movement artists to get together and share in the wealth of knowledge that is found in historical and theatrical fighting techniques, from all around the world. Everyone from beginners to experts in stage combat, historical martial arts, and theatrical movement are welcome.

The theme of this year's workshop will be a celebration of the living history and development of swordplay and unarmed fighting styles. The workshop will explore classes in historical fighting technique and styles, stage and film combat techniques and process, contemporary martial arts, and movement theory. There will be a focus on how these disciplines have been taught and passed on from teacher to student throughout history. This forum will explore the movement art forms of the past and present, and establish a living library to preserve the international body of research that is found in the study of the art of stage combat.

Arrival and Departure Dates

Participants are should plan to arrive in Banff on Tuesday, December 28, 2010, and depart on Tuesday, January 4, 2011.

For a list of past teachers and past classes, go to www.paddycrean.com

To register, go to http://www.banffcentre.ca/programs/program.aspx?id=1084. The Banff Centre website is live and you can now sign up! When you do please let them know that Jared Kirby sent you (they keep track of these things).

The cost of the workshop is around $1250cnd, this includes your hotel room and food (which you can opt out of if you don't want it).
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JG Elmslie
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PostPosted: Fri 15 Oct, 2010 6:39 am    Post subject: Re: Paddy Crean Workshop in Banff         Reply with quote

Jared Kirby wrote:

Registration is now live for the Paddy Crean Workshop. The Paddy Crean Workshop is all about the sharing of ideas from people all over the world!


And I was terribly disappointed on realising towards the end of the post that it was Banff in Canada, and not Banff, the proper Banff in Scotland....
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