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Certified Action Theater™ teacher, pioneer of earthBODYment™ and author
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Bronwyn Preece is an eco-disciplinary artist who holds a BFA in Applied Theatre and is currently an MA Candidate. Bronwyn became Canada’s first certified teacher of Action Theater,™ studying for more than a decade with Master Improvisor Ruth Zaporah. She is the pioneer of the ecosomatic dramatic exploration called earthBODYment™: the intersection of improvisation and interconnectedness, creativity and consciousness. She is the author of Gulf Islands Alphabet (2011, Simply Read Books). She has an article in the current issue of the Trumpeter: Journal of Ecosophy (2011) and her poetry is featured on Deep Ecologist Joanna Macy’s website and is published in The Green Revolution. Bronwyn developed a Food Security-into-Drama Handbook: Workshops for the Classroom and Community that is being promoted by the Canadian nationally-respected NGO LifeCycles Project Society. She conducts exploratory drama-based workshops in schools and the community. A mother, off-the-grid communal landowner, author and eco-dramatic-somatic practitioner, she is based out of Lasqueti Island and Victoria, British Columbia. Bronwyn also served for six years on the Islands Trust local government: the first municipal-level government in North America to operate with an environmental mandate. She is guided by wanting to foster meaningful ecological/social dialogue through the arts. www.bronwynpreece.com
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