United Kingdom, Glasgow

Laboratoire d'Etude du Mouvement (LEM)

when 6 August 2012 - 10 August 2012
duration 1 week
fee GBP 450

The Laboratory for the Study of Movement (LEM) is based within the scenographic department of the internationally renowned Lecoq School in Paris.

In the summer of 2012 the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland will be hosting a week-long LEM workshop with Pascale Lecoq and Joyce Deans.

Students will spend a week exploring the relationship between movement, spatial dynamics and construction.

Students will experiment with the dynamics of colour and emotion, translating spacial discoveries into the creation of a mobile structure, mask or dynamic costume.

The course will provide a stimulating, supportive and challenging environment in which students can explore and learn.

A full course outline can be found on our website.

Course leader

Pascale Lecoq
Pascale attended Jacques Lecoq’s course at the Paris Fine Arts School (Architecture Department) and later joined the research team at the LEM where she is now teaching.

Target group

This unique five day course, led by Pascale Lecoq, is ideal for existing and emerging creative professionals including actors, architects, designers and directors.

It may be particularly useful for those interested in the internationally renowned work of the Paris-based Lecoq School.

Course aim

By the end of the course students should have:

• Explored the fundamental principles of LEM
• Engaged in movement, improvisation, drawing,
painting and making exercises
• Explored the relationship between movement,
spacial dynamics and construction

Fee info

GBP 450: 50% payment is required to book a place.