Look who I am, | This is me.

Workshop for mothers and daughters

Led by Cécile Da Costa

WHEN:  Monday, June 24, 2024 at 6:00 p.m.

COST: Free, donations gratefully accepted

Workshop limited to 10 mother/daughter pairs

Minimum age for daughters:  10 years old

>> Call 505-424-1601 for reservations <<


This workshop is for mothers and daughters who would like to experience moments together in a different perspective.

Do you feel that you don't have not enough time to share with your mother/ your daughter?

Do you think that you are communicating in certain stereotypes, not being able to step out from them?

Would you like to experience something new together?

The aim of this workshop is to create space and time to be together, to share an experience without judging it. It gives you the opportunity to get out of your daily routine to discover or rediscover who is your mother / your daughter, so close to you and sometimes so far, so similar to you and so different.

During the workshop, we will combine visual arts (mainly painting, drawing, collages) and dance (movement games, dance improvisations) to (re)discover ourselves. We will look for new perspectives how to perceive our unique relationship from which we draw our whole lives – the relationship between mother and daughter.


Cécile Da Costa is a French-Portuguese singer, performer and choreographer.

She has performed in performances of the Farma in the Cave theatre, of which she has been a member for five years, and has now worked as a performer and choreographer of the Spitfire Company for several years. In the Czech Republic, France, Poland or Greece she leads workshops of physical theatre. In his work, she looks for “voices that can move the body and bodies that can move the voice”. For her solo performance The Narrator, directed by Petr Boháč, she won the Dancer of the Year award in 2018 or the nomination of the Total Physical Awards in Fringe 2017, in this multigenre performance body and voice oscillate between struggle and fragility.