Scarlett's movementworkshops provide designers with embodied knowledge of a key type of creativity based on exploration conducted through the body rather than the brain. The sessions enable the designers to connect to their body as a tool for knowledge, creation and problem-solving, using a physical and improvisational framework influenced by various somatic practices. Students acquire research and devising strategies that can be further applied to their work with materials, lighting, sound or video, for example. As designers, they acquire practical skills in real scale creative development they can subsequently utilize when working with performers.
This approach is also relevant and beneficial to other creative practitioners, visual artists and musicians. Scarlett's unique methodology was developed over 10 years, and can be adapted to various groups and formats, from an intensive few days or week, to a short course.