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Unspoken Stories

A workshop exploring Bharatanatyam

February 17, 2024

@ Rua Red Art Centre, Tallaght

2:45 to 4:45 pm

Dance workshop

Suitable for children 6+




When you purchase a child ticket the accompanying adult goes free.

Please note:

Children must be under the supervision of an accompanying adult at all times.

Explore the beauty of Bharatanatyam, a traditional South Indian dance form, with this workshop designed for families with children aged 6 and above. This introductory workshop blends rhythmic footwork and expressive storytelling to create an immersive experience. Enhance hand-eye coordination, body fluidity and flexibility while fostering communication skills and a sense of community. You will learn beautiful hand gestures and incorporate them into meaningful sentences. Collectively, we will craft a coherent story through expressive movements.


Meet the artist

Subhashini Goda Venkataramani

Subhashini Goda is an interdisciplinary dance artist and an academic from Chennai, India. She has been practising and performing Bharatanatyam for nearly three decades and taught the dance form for over fifteen years. With a master’s in English literature and another Erasmus international joint master’s in Dance Anthropology, the core of her artistic practice revolves around traditions, transgressions, and memories. Her academic work centres on migration, identity and politics. She is currently pursuing an interdisciplinary IRC-funded PhD at UCD while actively pursuing her professional dance career with performances and workshops.

All ticket sales are final, and refunds will not be issued.

This event is supported by

Mother Tongues Festival

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