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Classic Thursday-Sunday Contact/Collective Improvisation Jam at The Field Center! Classes, labs, and open jams. Workshops with kaijo caggins and Yun Lee!

Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided. Dancing, sunbathing, swimming, sauna, rigor and relaxation...


We offer 3 full scholarships for Black, Indigenous and People of Color [BIPOC] folks in each session. As well as 3 Work Trade spots in each session. If interested please select 'BIPOC Scholarship' OR 'Work Trade' when registering via the link below. For more information about the work trade exchange, go to the Work Exchange page.


kaijo caggins (they/he) is a Black trans neurodivergent performance artist, educator and doula. kaijo received their BFA in Dance from University of the Arts, under the direction of Donna Faye Burchfield. They observe improvisation and defiance through pleasure in their performance practices. kaijo works alongside everyday objects, sculpture, sound and atmosphere; with an emphasis on queerness, somatics and liberation. In September 2023, kaijo premiered his first solo work "fem baby" in the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Living within land home to the Lenni-Lenape People of Lenapehoking, kaijo is currently in community with local CI dancers, artists and families. 

Photo by jorgie ingram

이윤 ⛓ Yun Lee (she/they)

A Seoul-born artist, facilitator, and interpreter in Dance, Yun works with forging ties between different cultures and disciplines, diving in and out of states of awareness activated in the process of working with others. From 2019 to 2022 Yun danced with Trust Dance Theatre, while pursuing a degree in Comparative Literature with postcolonial scholar Helen J.S. Lee as their advisor. In the summers they helped coordinate Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul (EXiS). In 2023, Yun attended ImPulsTanz festival as a danceWEB scholar and started pursuing an MFA in Choreography and Performance as a teaching fellow at Smith College. 

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