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Kalejdoskop Festival

Kalejdoskop Festival has taken place since 2004 and presents various events from the area of contemporary dance, including performances, practical workshops and projects as well as interchangeably, various art workshops, such as photography, drawing and theoretical lectures. The performances are presented both in stage spaces, as well as outside theatres (Centrum Handlowe Alfa). The festival is organized by the Podlasie Dance Association and is led by Joanna Chitriuszko and Karolina Garbacik.   So far, artists including Mufmi Dance Theatre and Anna Piotrowska (Warsaw), Takado Matsuda (Japan/Warsaw), Vogue Dance Theatre (Gryfino), Grupa Przejściowa (Białystok), Soma Theatre (Toruń), Dada von Bzdülöw Theatre...

19.02.2013

Warsaw: Performance as the paradigm of art symposium and research seminar: André Lepecki, Gavin Butt and Joanna Warsza

The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw is pleased to invite to the symposium Performance as the paradigm of art, a public opening of the research programme dedicated to performance. André Lepecki, Gavin Butt and Joanna Warsza are the guests of the symposium. Performance as the paradigm of art is one title for two events organized in the Museum in collaboration with André Lepecki, world-famous researcher, curator and critic in the field of performance and contemporary dance: open symposium and research seminar. Both events aim to analyse the phenomenon of performance, effectively paving its way in contemporary art since the...

06.11.2015

Warsaw/Rozmowa Nie-kontrolowana: Karol Tymiński This is a musical performance presentation and discussion

On Saturday, 14 November (6 pm), the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute in Warsaw (ul. Jazdów 1) will host a unique presentation of Karol Tymiński?s This is a musical, withdrawn from the programme of the 14th International Body/Mind Festival. The presentation will be followed by a discussion, in which panellists will debate curator Kozak?s decision to cancel the show which had been commissioned for that very festival. As noticed by Witold Mrozek of ?Gazeta Wyborcza?, ?had it not been for Kozak?s decision, 30 September would have seen another niche presentation at the ambitious festival with several dozen spectators in attendance, regardless...

03.06.2014

Poznań: Polish dance at Malta Festival celebrating 10 years of Old Brewery New Dance

Old Brewery New Dance is ten years old. To celebrate this, POLISH DANCE will be the main focus of the Old Brewery New Dance programme at the Malta Festival this year.   In 2004, the Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk created Old Brewery New Dance, the first multilevel programme for presenting, promoting and supporting contemporary choreography in Poland (so far, it has also been the only programme in Poland to operate on such a large scale). From the beginning, the programme?s mission has been to present artists and their achievements, to popularise knowledge about the latest avant-garde trends in...

16.06.2014

Poznań: Solo Project Camp

To mark 10 years of Old Brewery New Dance, the 2014 Malta Festival will host the Solo Project Camp,  the first ever reunion ? at one time and space ? of all artists of the SOLO PROJECT ? the flagship residency programme of the Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk. Established in 2006, it was the first programme of this kind for young choreographers in Poland, and it succeeded to change the guard in Polish dance introducing to the scene the whole new generation of artists that a critic Witold Mrozek dubbed (after the project?s name) the ? SOLO GENERATION?. And just this...

04.05.2015

Poznań/A Frog’s Perspective: Tatiana Kamieniecka’s piece and lecture by Joanna Szymajda

On 8 May the Zamek Culture Centre and curator Anna Królica present the penultimate events of the spring edition of the performance art programme A Frog's Perspective. At 7 pm Tatiana Kamieniecka will showcase her new piece Wieloryb (The Whale) at the Grand Hall (Sala Wielka). The inspiration behind this performance is the figure of yurodivy, a Russian version of the holy fool, epitomising an eccentric, a madman without status, family, money, position and... shame. Kamieniecka?s solo is a singular act of deconstruction of borderline corporeal experience and an attempt at approaching the hidden, unknown and intangible in human behaviour...

03.10.2013

Poznań: SOLO PROJEKT 2013 The Night of Premieres: Baśka Gwóźdź, Korina Kordova, Agata Siniarska

The basic idea of Solo Project, launched in 2006 by Art Stations Foundation, is to support Polish dance artists in the search for their individual artistic language. The program is directed at professional dancers and beginner choreographers whose interests reach beyond traditionally understood dance theater. The project's main focus is put on the very process of creation and artistic experiment, with the hope that this leads to a reflection on the art of dance and, perhaps, a redefinition of the very concept of contemporary dance, or the search for new means of physical expression. The programme’s motto are the words of...

07.04.2015

Poznań: Iza Szostak’s performance and discussion as part of “A Frog’s Perspective”

In April  the performance art programme "A Frog's Perspective" at the ZAMEK Culture Centre (curator: Anna Królica) is offering a new set of evets. Firstly, on Wednesday, 8 April (7 pm) Iza Szostak will show her solo KARMI GO. As the curator of the programme writes, "In Karmi go solo, Iza Szostak conducts a singular dialogue with a live chicken moving about the stage, trying to copy its actions and presence on the stage. This time, a live chicken is shown on stage in a perverse fashion, as a potential predator, which may choose to attack even a (plush) alligator,?...

08.10.2013

Poznań: Discussion panel and premiere of Tomasz Bazans Whatever as part of The Archive of the Body

Already this Friday, 11 October, two new events are being presented as part of the Archive of the Body performance art programme at CK Zamek in Poznań (ul. Św. Marcin 80/82). At 6 pm Anna Królica, the programme’s curator, is going to chair a discussion panel on “What links archaeology with theatre/dance? On various contemporary manifestations of old dance masterpieces” featuring Anna R. Burzyńska, Witold Mrozek and Joanna Szymajda. The discussion aims to present the wide array of possibilities of making a dialogue with the past in contemporary arts. Next, at 8 pm Tomasz Bazan will premiere his new piece Whatever,...

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