Mornings are devoted to workshops with faculty in movement resourcing, solo and group forms, partnering, vocal work, creative scores/structures for investigation and performance, and working in environments.
Afternoons are usually divided into two sessions, the first being faculty led, and the second continuing with small group practice, independent or collaborative work time, or open rehearsals. Decisions about how afternoons will be organized are often made together just before lunch in order to maintain flexibility and sensitivity to group process.
Evenings are available for continuing work, video or work-in-progress showings, performances, special topics, workshops, or discussions (writing about dance and improvisation, issues attending performance, etc.). Personal time for rest and integration may be taken whenever needed.