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Bio-dance-body Creative Lab

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This is a special training for actors and dancers who wish to specialize in Dance-theater, video-dance and achieve better creative tools through the Bio-dance-body Creative Lab. This is an online practice that aims to develop solo presentations, video-dance material and share those as a final result of this Lab.

Our first group will meet every Saturday of November from 10am to 12pm (EST Timezone). 

Some of the topics we will see: Assemblage & Feedback for personal solos + Body Energetics & Bio-DanceTraining + Body Awareness Techniques + Video-Dance guidance and Edition of video materials

We also offer a Digital Certificate from La Pach@cademy/La Pacha Apapacha.

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12 hours
Price: 
Upon Request

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Juliana Spínola _ CEO & Founder of La Pacha Apapacha

LaPachaApapacha@gmail.com

CUERPX POLÍTICO – CUERPX RITUAL CON MARINA BARSY JANER X ISIL SOL VIL

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FECHAS Y HORARIOS

LOS SÁBADOS Y DOMINGOS DEL 31 DE OCTUBRE AL 6 DE DICIEMBRE 2020

31 oct-1nov: 16h-20h
7-8 nov: 16h-20h
(14-15 nov: no nos reunimos)
21-22nov: sábado 16h-20 / domingo 10h-14h
28-29 nov: sábado 16h-20 / domingo 10h-14h
5-6 dic: sábado 17h-21h / domingo 10h-14h

40H DE TALLER

INSCRIPCIONES e INFORMACIÓN

espai@materic.org

abiertas hasta el 26 de octubre 2020

TODA LA INFORMACIÓN >>>>

Este curso de performance se enfoca en la re-politización de nuestrxs cuerpxs a través de un empoderamiento holístico de nuestro Ser en el mundo. A través de ejercicios específicos de autoconocimiento e intuición individual-comunal, trabajaremos estados alterados del ser que develarán la política de lxs cuerpxs dentro de una comunidad efímera. Dentro de esta investigación continua se crearán acciones individuales y colectivas en espacios públicos e íntimos. Al final del curso lxs participantes tendrán conocimiento sobre distintas teorías políticas de lxs cuerpxs desde donde accionar y habrán generado las herramientas para desarrollar intervenciones de performance en distintos espacios.
Durante el curso compartiremos lo que definimos como AmOr Subversivo x Cuidados eXtremos. Desde una visión descolonial se trabajarán otros modelos de relación (entre humanos, el espacio, el tiempo, la naturaleza y los objetos). En esta práctica buscamos la recuperación de saberes de la cuerpa que han sido silenciados u oprimidos, ante la fuerza de un capitalismo salvaje y colonial que fabrica el cuerpo del trabajador-consumidor. Nos enfocamos en la magia cotidiana y la energía existente en nuestras corporalidades. La relación con la materia, con el espacio y con lxs demás se desarrolla como diálogo horizontal a través de un proceso de hipersensibilidad y escucha extrema. El re-aprender esta manera de vivir, crear y relacionarnos como acto político es el inicial enfoque de este curso. Desde la realidad ritual del tiempo-espacio-cuerpx se explora la potencialidad de las acciones y sus efectos (físicos, psíquicos, energéticos, sociales) en lxs que accionan y en sus alrededores. Se estudian los condicionamientos sociales (género, raza, clase, etc.) que habitan nuestrxs cuerpxs para trabajar a partir de éstxs la performatividad.
Los conceptos y teorías políticas de lxs cuerpxs a ser exploradas serán tanto discutidas con textos y obras de artistas, como vivenciadas a través de lxs cuerpxs de lxs participantes mediante los ejercicios propuestos. El curso desarrolla exploraciones corposensoriales a través de ejercicios e intervenciones en espacios públicos y privados. Se trabajará tanto de manera individual como de manera colectiva, cuestionando y repensando ambos términos. Se desarrollará un proyecto performático continuo desde la exploración corposensorial de cada individuo y la comunidad creada en el curso.

Dirigido a todas aquellas personas mayores de edad interesadas en el arte de la performance o arte de acción

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Monday, October 26, 2020 - 23:30
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Barcelona

Contact: 

espai@materic.org

Depth Movement Intensive with Edivaldo Ernesto

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‘This is an intense, dense group dynamic class for dancers. It is about energy, about constantly challenging your limits. This is to gain understanding of what defines you as a dancer and pushing those boundaries over and over again. Allowing the environment to influence your dancing skills, refining tools to create new movement qualities and new rhythms. Digging deeper inside the range of your own personal dance vocabulary, becoming anyone or anything. Working with partnering, multi- directional micro- narrative movement, and transforming as a whole group. Learning how to be  unpredictable, how to recycle energy and how to use the body as your primary tool. I guarantee a new process of study in which I go, as a teacher and guide, parallel to your learning process and make you take the step of digesting the work, to get to a completely new level. ‘

This workshop is limited to 15 participants. Edivaldo comes with the aim to go even deeper than is possible when working within a big group. He wants to leave more time and space to guide the dancers attentively, on a personal level enabling all to go further with the strength of energetic movement.

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3 weeks
Date: 
Monday, August 17, 2020 - 10:15 to Sunday, September 6, 2020 - 18:15
Price: 
1900 € in total. (Workshop 1135€, 3 meals per day and accommodation 765€.)

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Au Brana Cultural Centre

32500 Pauilhac

FRANCE

Contact: 

i19project@gmail.com

VISIONARY ACTIONS - Endecameron Workshop 2020

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VISIONARY ACTIONS | Tutorship & Co-creation of performance and video art
With Francesca Fini and Michele Manzini

Rocca Sinibalda Castle
May 31 – June 6, 2020
20 participants
Final event open to the public: June 6
Talks open to the public: June 1, 4 and 6
Applications will be accepted until April 10 and should be sent by filling in the registration form.

Performance art and its video narrative, intended not solely for documentation, but as a cinematic reinterpretation, are becoming increasingly interdependent. Drawing energy from each other in a co-creation, they blend into a hybrid of the two art forms. The outcome is an original work of videographics in its own right, which uses performance art as a starting point, but goes on to reinvent it.
By the same token, video art can become an important component of live performance. This is evidenced by the growing success and diffusion of live media works, artistic collectives and festivals.

The Visionary Actions Workshop, open to a maximum of 20 participants, is the first co-creation laboratory in Italy to work on both performance and video art forms at the same time. It is co-ordinated by two internationally renowned artists that have extensive experience working in both art forms.

The workshop will take place in Rocca Sinibalda Castle, a national heritage site and the only zoomorphic castle in Europe. The castle boasts a cycle of Renaissance frescoes, hosts important art collections and is home to the annual Endecameron artistic residency program. The castle is located in the Lazio Region, just over an hour from Rome.

The 20 selected resident candidates will be divided into groups coordinated by Francesca Fini (performance art module) and Michele Manzini (video art module). For the first two days, each group will work separately on the specific activities of each module. On the following days, the two groups will come together and begin working jointly on an intense co-creation laboratory whose final aim is the production and completion of 10 original video-performances. The works will be exhibited on the final day of the workshop in an event open to the public.

Activities:
• tutorship and co-creation laboratory lasting 7 days
• each participant will produce one work of his/her own and one work together with a performer/videoartist.
• 3 inspirational talks given by international artists
• exhibition/event of works at the castle

Accomodation (included in the price):
• 6 nights in shared rooms at hotels and b&bs located in the small village of Rocca Sinibalda
• tuition, co-creation laboratory, and talks
• lunches and coffee breaks

Not included in the price are breakfasts and dinners, materials and equipment, and transportation to Rocca Sinibalda. Participating local restaurants and coffee shops will apply discounts. Should enough participants request it, we can organize transportation at special rates from Termini Station in Rome or from Fiumicino Airport.

Qualifications for participation:
• The laboratory is intended for adult performance and video artists who have already produced works of performance and video art. Documentation and examples of previous works will be requested on the application form.
• Artists participating in the performance art module, led by Francesca Fini, will need to bring comfortable clothes and shoes for the activities and at least two monochrome outfits (white and black) consisting of trousers/skirt and T-shirt.
• Artists participating in the video art module, led by Michele Manzini, will need to bring their own video and audio taping equipment and their own laptop with editing software. The castle will set up the necessary working spaces for each group, but will not be able to provide the equipment.

Up to 20 participants will be selected, 10 for each group. Applications will be accepted until April 10, 2020.
Applications can be sent by filling in the form online.
 

The Tutors

Francesca Fini (Performance Art module)
Francesca Fini is an interdisciplinary artist who has been active for years in the blurry zone where the two art forms blend. It is in this area that she has distilled her unique personal synthesis in contemporary performance and video-performance art forms. She has exhibited her work at the MACRO and MAXXI Museums in Rome, at the Bilbao Guggenheim, at the Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow, at the Tese dell'Arsenale in Venice, at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and many other prestigious venues. She performed in Toronto at the FADO Performance Art Festival, in Chicago at the Rapid Pulse Festival, at Belo Horizonte at the FAD Festival De Arte Digital, in San Paolo and Rio at the FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Madrid at the IVHAM and Proyector Festival, in Mumbai at the Kala Ghoda and in Tokyo at the Japan Media Arts Festival. In Venice, she took part in the first Venice International Performance Art Week, held in the impressive spaces of Palazzo Bembo. In 2014 and in 2016, she was chosen by Bob Wilson to participate at the New York Watermill Center’s artistic residency program, and was subsequently invited to the Milan Triennial for an Illy Art Lab Watermill event. In 2018, she participated in the Endecameron18 artistic residency program at Rocca Sinibalda Castle. She is based in Italy, but exhibits, researches and works all over the world. In 2016, she completed her experimental film Ofelia non annega (Ophelia doesn’t drown) with Istituto Luce Cinecittà, which was included by Adriano Aprà as one of the best Italian films of the last decade. La Treccani Encyclopedia has cited Francesca Fini under the newly-created heading cyber-performance as one of the most important Italian artists.
Francesca Fini website

Michele Manzini (Video Art module)
Michele Manzini was born in Verona in 1967. He has been seeking for years to define images that propose instability and conflict as non-resolved elements. His work involves using a wide range of media including video, photography, installations, writing and performance. He has exhibited his work in numerous shows and spaces both in Italy and abroad, such as; the Italian Institute of Culture in Prague in 2009, the MAXXI Museum in Rome in 2009, the SUPEC in Shanghai during Expo 2010 and at the Venice Biennial in 2011 and 2013. His videos have been chosen for important International shows and projected at the Saitama Arts Theater (2015), the Perez Art Museum Miami (2016), the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York (2016), the ZKM in Karlsruhe (2017), the Nevada Museum of Art (2017) and Whitechapel Gallery London in 2017. He has published several essays and books including Il paesaggio e il suo mito (Landscape and its myth), Editions de la Villette, Paris in 2002; and Mescolanze(Blends), Edizioni Kn-Studio in 2011. In 2009, he won the Terna Award for contemporary art and has won several awards and special mentions at video art, video performance and experimental film festivals.
Michele Manzini website

The Location

Rocca Sinibalda Castle. Built in around 1080 and completely re-designed by Peruzzi in 1532-36, designated a Grade 1 national heritage site since 1928, Rocca Sinibalda Castle is an extraordinary palace-fortress rather unique in all of Europe. Simultaneously abstract and animalistic, cubist and zoomorphic: “it is an abstract geometrical creation, a building that appears to be cut by sword” (Zander, 1955), but also an architectural representation of an eagle with folded wings for some, or for those with a more vivid imagination, a sinister scorpion. Contradiction and paradox are deeply-rooted in the castle’s identity. Intensely Medieval, it is also highly Renaissance in architecture. While Gothic, it is also rational. Dark, but also light. A potent instrument of war, but also a stately noble palace. It is sober, severe, and at times harsh, yet decorated with Mannerist frescoes rich in classical culture and grotesque paintings full of whimsy and wild imagination. It is the castle of metamorphosis, where forms, volumes and spaces, both internal and external, images and lights, the peculiar collections, and the various and unusual internal passageways invite the rejection of simplicity and a desire for change. In 2014, it won the prestigious International Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, for the restoration work directed by the architect Claudio Silvestrin. Since 2018, it has hosted the Endecameron artistic residency program which as of this year will be enriched with an innovative workshop.

Duration: 
7 days
Date: 
Sunday, May 31, 2020 - 10:15 to Saturday, June 6, 2020 - 13:15
Price: 
700E (VAT excluded)
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Rocca Sinibalda Castle
Rocca Sinibalda, Rieti, Italy
Official website

Contact: 

For questions please call Giovanna Libraro
mail: info@endecameron.it
phone: +39 0644254815

AUDITIONS for SPECIFIC - advanced training program by Compagnia Petrillo Danza

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AUDITIONS for
SPECIFIC athletic and artistic training for contemporary dancers
advanced training program by Compagnia Petrillo Danza
Direction Loris Petrillo + guest teachers and choreographers
within the activities of Loris Petrillo Program, the Company project dedicated to contemporary dance education

AUDITION DATES

■ 5 March > Bari - class/audition within the program SPECIFIC
■ 6 March > Bari - class/audition within the program SPECIFIC
■ 28 April > Roma - Spazio Rossellini
■ 2 May > Tuscania (VT) - Supercinema

SCHOLARSHIPS, up to a maximum of 800 euros, are awarded at the discretion of the Direction.

Audition is by invitation, which will be confirmed by email.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply to audition, please fill the form on the following link https://www.lorispetrillo.it/auditions/specific-training/

Please, contact +39 348 864 9889 (Giovanna) or write to specific.training.dancers@gmail.com if you don’t receive any news within 7 days.

THE PROGRAM

SPECIFIC lasts for about 8 months
September 2020 to April 2021

The classes are led by Loris Petrillo and guest teachers & choreographers.

About 700 hours are provided.
The classes are held from Monday to Friday for 5 hours a day.
The SPECIFIC dancers will perform during the period of the program.

The program is for a maximum of 20 participants, aged 18 and over.

SPECIFIC Study Program

FRAMEs Movement System
Contemporary Techniques
Floorwork
Improvisation
Partnering
Physical Movement
Ballet Technique
Vocal Training
Proprioceptive Training
Athletics Work
Physical Theatre
Repertoire

The course is open to the dancers who desire to enter advanced professional training in contemporary dance

SPECIFIC trains dancers able independently to handle their own body through the in-depth study of contemporary techniques, combined with proper physical training and the learning of transversal subjects.

For more information > https://lorispetrillo.it/teaching-program/specific-training-en/

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Thursday, March 5, 2020 - 08:00 to Friday, March 6, 2020 - 11:00
Price: 
Auditions are free of charge

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For any other information, write to specific.training.dancers@gmail.com or call +39 348 864 9889 - Giovanna

MADC's Free Collective Thread Residency

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MODArts Dance Collective (MADC) is elated to announce its second annual free Collective Thread Residency for women/womyn identifying dancers & choreographers of color ages 25+ on Sunday, February 9, 16, 23, & March 1, 2020 10 AM-4 PM at Downtown Art, 70 E 4th Street, 10003. The participating artists will perform in the fifth annual Collective Thread Dance Festival on March 7, 2020 3 PM at Downtown Art. The residency is an incubator for women/womyn identifying women/womyn identifying artists of color to hone their technical skills and creative practices to develop new work through journaling, round table discussions, and movement based classes as a form of self-care. The application is open now until 11:59 PM on Monday, January 20 and all applicants will be notified by EOD on Friday, January 24. (Please note: All artists are required to be a resident in one of the five boroughs, Westchester County, NJ, or CT to participate.)

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February 9, 16, 23, & March 1, 2020 10 AM-4 PM
Date: 
Sunday, February 9, 2020 - 10:00 to Sunday, March 1, 2020 - 10:00
Price: 
FREE
Qualification: 
women/womyn identifying dance & choreographers of color ages 25+ with at least 2 years minimum of consecutive professional experience as a performer or choreographer

Host & Provider:

Address: 

Downtown Art

70 E 4th Street, NY, NY 10003

Contact: 

Leah Tubbs

modartsdancecollective@gmail.com

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