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10.02.2016

Choreographic Territories Eastern Partnership programme: Stage 1, Belarus

 Choreographic Territories ? Eastern Partnership is a programme presenting contemporary dance and choreographies by some of the best Polish artists, educators and theorists of dance affiliated with the Polish Dance Platform (PDP) 2014. It includes dance presentations, workshops, meetings and debates held in four countries participating in the Eastern Partnership (EP): Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia and Azerbaijan.   The project, realised in cooperation with experienced local cultural institutions, is a continuation of collaboration initiated at PDP 2014 in Lublin. It aims at building a platform for exchange of experiences and dialogue between the dance scenes in Poland and in selected EP...

18.02.2016

Choreographic Territories Eastern Partnership programme: Stage 1, Belarus starts tomorrow

Choreographic Territories ? Eastern Partnership is a programme presenting contemporary dance and choreographies by some of the best Polish artists, educators and theorists of dance affiliated with the Polish Dance Platform (PDP) 2014. It includes dance presentations, workshops, meetings and debates held in four countries participating in the Eastern Partnership (EP): Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia and Azerbaijan.   The project, realised in cooperation with experienced local cultural institutions, is a continuation of collaboration initiated at PDP 2014 in Lublin. It aims at building a platform for exchange of experiences and dialogue between the dance scenes in Poland and in selected EP...

14.11.2017

Lublin: International Conference Dance and the Avant-Garde in Central and Eastern Europe Territories Sources Biographies

As part of the 21st International Dance Theatres Festival in Lublin, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the Lublin Dance Theatre ? Lublin Centre for Culture, the East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) and the Maria Curie Skłodowska University Theatre Arts Unit will hold an international academic conference Dance and the Avant-Garde in Central and Eastern Europe. Territories ? Sources ? Biographies.    Conference languages: English ? Polish ? Russian   From the organisers:   A number of key questions arise in the history of dance in Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th century. Did the countries situated between Russia (in...

18.09.2013

September session of MAKT at L1danceFest2013 in Budapest

MAKT, or Mobile Academy of Dance Criticism, consisting in regular meetings of young masters of thinking and talking about bodies moving on stage, opens its next edition, yet the first held outside of Poland, on 18-23 September 2013 in Budapest at L1danceFest2013, with Hungarian and Italian participants joining in the project.                                                                   The idea of educating young dance critics by offering them possibility to collaborate directly with established artists and theoreticians (from the field of dance-related arts, such as theater, performance, film and visual arts) was born out of the assumption that a certain imbalance exists between the rapid development...

06.10.2015

Dance, performance and butoh at the 40th Cracow Theatrical Reminiscences

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Cracow Theatrical Reminiscences. This anniversary will be highlighted by the ?subtitle? of the festival: 40 Off CRT, and the new logo. The festival will shed light on its roots through ?retrospective? exhibitions and activities illustrating the stories of the most important performances of the past 40 years. The aim of the festival is to draw attention to the contemporary ?avant-garde underground art ? by tracing the roots of theatre, i.e. ritual and ceremonies, actively involving the spectators. The festival will constitute a kind of confrontation with the culture of institutional theatre, combining visual...

05.05.2017

Conflicted: 5th International Contemporary Dance Festival KRoki begins next week

The 5th edition of the International Contemporary Dance Festival ?KRoki? will take place on 12-21 May 2017. The festival will feature 14 performances by artists from 10 countries, including 6 Polish productions. ?KRoki? will also present its co-production with the enfant terrible of the German dance scene, Constanza Macras and her company Dorky Park. The International Contemporary Dance Festival ?KRoki? was established in 2013 as one of the flagship events of the newly founded Małopolski Ogród Sztuki [Małopolska Garden of Arts]. ?KRoki? enabled the Cracow audience to learn more about the latest trends in choreography, and the festival stage became...

11.05.2016

Polish tour of Crearte3 Group (Mexico) and Małgorzata Haduch performances

Crearte3 Group from Mexico starts on 14 May 2016 a tour of Poland with its performance Szept w moim oku / Whisper in My Eye choreographed by Małgorzata Haduch. The project is a result of Haduch?s artistic residency at the Centro de Las Artes in San Luis Potosi in Mexico, with support from the Adam Mickiewicz Institute/Culture.pl. The presentations will be accompanied by workshops for dancers and choreographers.   About the project   In 2015 Haduch worked with professional dancers from Queretaro, Jalisco, Pachuca and San Luis Potosi. The performance seeks choreographic tools for transforming the experience of dance from...

22.03.2016

Poznań/Short Waves Festival 2016: Winners of “Dances with Camera” known

Dances with Camera is an international competition for the best short films focusing on the subject of dance, motion, physicality, and the pursuit of unrestrained forms of expression. The competition showcase took place on 16 and 17 March 2016 at Studio Słodownia +3 at Old Brewery in Poznań. The contest is part of the Short Waves Festival 2015, which took place on 15-20 March 2016. Having watch all the 22 contending films, the jury members ? Angela Mayer-Deutsch, Jadwiga Majewska, Ewa Krasucka ? awarded prizes to three films: Gone, directed by Helena Jónsdóttir and Vera Sölvadóttir (First Prize), Lay Me Low, directed...

30.11.2015

Lublin: 7th Maat Festival Kantor Now finale begins on Thursday

On 3-6 December the 7th Maat Festival ?Kantor Now?? the first Polish residency platform ? will see its finale hosted by the Centre for Culture in Lublin. For the third consecutive year, the organizers handed over the festival to artists in residence who use a specially designated presentation space to seek their own methods of dance investigation. They are accompanied by Patrycja Płanik who documents the process. As was the case in the previous editions, the festival will present stage works and unique documentaries linked inseparably with the working process devoted to # body ? correlated space ? search for...

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