Brain Dance: The Art and Science of Movement

Date: 11:30 am | Saturday 19 October 2013

Venue: Chandelier Room, Freemasons Hall

More than sport, dance is the most complex and detailed movement system that humans have devised. Rather than the brain simply existing as the driver of the body, our morphology and the actions of the body also in turn dynamically shape our brains. Garry Stewart, Susan Hillier, Kate Stevens and Prof Ian Gibbins discuss their collaboration exploring the mind and body experience.


This session is proudly presented in association with the Flinders University.

  • Wheelchair accessible