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Workshops und Schnupperstunden 2021/22


Schulferien Basel-Stadt und Baselland 2021/22
1. Semester: Beginn 16. August 2021 – Ende 23. Januar 2022
2. Semester: Beginn 24. Januar 2022 – Ende 2. Juli 2022
Herbstferien: 2. bis 16. Oktober 2021
Weihnachtsferien: 18. Dezember 2021 bis 1. Januar 2022
Fasnachts- und Sportferien: 26. Februar bis 12. März 2022
(Basler Fasnacht 7.–9. März 2022)
Frühjahrsferien und Dreitageblock: 9. bis 23. April 2022
(Dreitageblock: 11.–13. April 2022)
Sommerferien: 2. Juli bis 13. August 2022

Feiertage 2021/22
Weihnachten: 25.–26. Dezember 2021
Basler Fasnacht: 7.–9. März 2022
Ostern: 15.–18. April 2022
1. Mai
Auffahrt: 26. Mai 2022
Pfingstmontag 6. Juni 2022

Schulferien Basel-Stadt und Baselland 2022/23
1. Semester: Beginn 15.08.2022 – Ende 22.01.2023
2. Semester: Beginn 23.01.2023 – Ende 1.07.2023
Herbstferien: 1. –15. Oktober 2022
Weihnachtsferien: 24. Dezember 2022–7. Januar 2023
Fasnachts- und Sportferien: 18. Februar–4. März 2023
(Basler Fasnacht 27. Februar–1. März 2023)
Frühjahrsferien und Dreitageblock: 1.–15. April 2023
(Dreitageblock: 3.–5. April 2023)
Sommerferien: 01. Juli–12. August 2023

Feiertage 2022/23
Weihnachten: 25.–26. Dezember 2022
Basler Fasnacht: 27.Februar–1. März 2023
Ostern: 7.–10. April 2023
1. Mai
Auffahrt: 18. Mai 2023
Pfingstmontag 29. Mai 2023

Aktuelle Workshops

kommen & gehen


This will be a two day intensive led by Winston Reynolds exploring the themes of 

microbatics & agility practice

Dates to be announced

by Winston Reynolds

The workshop is open to all levels and backgrounds, although some sort of movement practice is recommended.

In this workshop we will be working on a new and ongoing research into Microbatics & Agility These two themes will be split into segments but remain related as we progress through the days.  The acrobatic practice stems from a necessity of developing an approach to the world of inversions in a sustainable and somewhat holistic manner and is partially inspired by some earlier setbacks and injuries in education, which in turn required an adaptation and evolution for the working methodologies we will explore.
It forms the foundation of the practice and tries to present and invite the individual in integrating the acrobatic language seamlessly and precisely into their system. Through this approach perhaps the eventual aim being the ability of blurring the edges between what separates acrobatics and your personal movement approach. This workshop’s second topic is agility; Where we look at understanding how to cultivate and explore different training scenarios orchestrated around the sub chapters of balance, coordination, endurance, speed, meditation and strength. While exploring these themes we will be drawing particular focus on ‘the relationship’ between learning and failure; Purposely inviting the exposure of failure in order to rediscover and recognise its function.
  What we are interested in is to create an environment to build up an all-round adaptive mover. With this as an aim we suggest the idea of an investment into a practice composed of different forms of movement training in which to combine and create the foundation of ‘the Hybrid Mover’; alternatively described as someone who is capable of adapting themselves to a wide variety of dynamic cognitive and physical situations.
The proposed training takes inspiration from neuroscience, fighting, dancing, acrobatics, meditation, locomotion and partnering, to attempt to extract different ingredients from these forms and introduce both already established ideas and an ongoing research into the subject cultivating a movement practice.
    Winston is a member of the Ferus Animi // Terra Nova Collective, a group of cross disciplinary craftsperson’s researching in the fields of human physiology and performance, through both an artistic and scientific lens.

Winston Reynolds graduated from Circomedia, specialising in acrobatics & physical theatre (FDA, 2010-2012). And later went on to complete his Bachelor at ACAPA (Academy of Circus and Performance Art, Netherlands, 2012-2016). Within his research he specialised in acrobatic dance, a hybrid mix containing elements from gymnastics, capoeira, breakdancing and martial arts as well as undergoing several years of research around acrobatic contact partnering.
Within his practice he was mentored and performed ('Red Haired Men 2019-2020') with Alexander Vantournhout who helped to refine and develop his journey into his movement practice. 
Alongside his development as a movement artist, he has an ongoing dialogue and study with Martin Kilvady, Tomislav English, Marcelo Palozzo and Alexandra Myriam Rosser.
  Winston currently leads workshops and develops distant learning programs globally and continues to develop and refine his craft both independently and collaboratively as teacher, creator, performer, animal study specialist, and digital creator. 
  Winston is a member of the Ferus Animi // Terra Nova Collective, a group of cross  disciplinary craftsperson researching in the fields of human physiology and performance, through both an artistic and scientific lens.

Dates to be announced

Winston Reynolds