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OPEN CALL for Actors, Directors, Performers, Singers, Musicians, Videomakers, Photographers, Visual artists, PHD students and researchfellows.3rd – 9th September 2015 | INDIA Directed by Instabili Vaganti In collaboration with The Arshinagar ProjectTepantar Theatre Village – Shantiniketan (West Bengal)
Contemporary Mask Performance Workshop in Paris
The form of soul - 10day intensive butoh workshop with Motimaru Dance Company,Santorini island Greece, 24th of August-2nd of September
100,000years ago, when Homo sapiens emerged on this planet, the first human art has emerged in the dark cave, where eyes cannot see. What they were seeing with the eyes of the body-mind is the depth of our unconscious. Times change, but this must be a fundamental principle of human art. Our everyday life passes, eating, working, or dancing, within a limited cage, burying rich nature within us. Educations, traditions, or even learning dance could mold various forms of cages. Free improvisation could also end up struggling in the same cage. But when we observe forests carefully, so many varieties of forms and qualities of plants, flowers, stones, winds, and sounds astonish us. This workshop is an invitation for diving into the unknown forest of our body-mind, discovering unlimited movements and qualities within us, and transforming the personal journey into universal poems. YouTube link: http://youtu.be/8pNyJQbNCiA(The scenes in the video with view to the sea have taken place at Babel Studio, the place where the workshop will be done)Workshop menu:① Whitening (Returning to a neutral body-mind)
- Yoga asana
- Body-scanning- Joint[ing]- Space-capturing ② Basic movements
- Standing - Walking
- Twisting- Standing and sinking- Falling and re-standing- Creation of body parts (hands, eyes, back, arms, legs)③ Metamorphose③-1 Physical Level- Different textures and qualities of body③-2 Meta-physical Level- Embodying visual images (paintings, video arts, natural elements) - Embodying sounds
④ Creating performance
- Duo-group play- Object play- Relationship with music, objects, and costumes- Coming into the space, disappearing from the space- Composition and structured improvisationDuration of the workshop: 24th of August - 2nd of September , 10 days, 5 hours a day, total 50 hours(There is the possibility to participate for a shorter period of time.For more info please contact us at the e mail listed below)Cost of the workshop: 370 euro (early birds - for reservations until 1st of July)Cost for accommodation and food: 370 euro The participants will stay in traditional architecture studios just above the main practice hall, where the workshop will take place. Accommodation will be shared. The rooms have view to the sea and the beach is just one minute by foot under the studio :-) The food package contains of one rich breakfast, one full meal and cold herbs and fruits during the day.We will cook Greek cuisine together by turns with fresh vegetables from the island.(For reservations after the 1st of July the price will change. It will be 420 euro for the workshop and 400 euro for accommodation and food) To reserve your seat a pre-pay amount (non refundable) of 80 euro is required.Limited number of participants.Information - Entries: Tel. 0030 6933475651, 0030 6936842856 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMore info about Motimaru: www.motimarubutohdance.com facebook: Motimaru
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12. - 19. July 2015, Poznan, Poland in cooperation with Galeria Raczej (Agnieszka Szablikowska and Łukasz Trusewicz)
with BBB Johannes Deimling and guest teacher Łukasz Trusewicz
For further INFORMATION please contact the facilitator BBB Johannes Deimling Email: email@example.com
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With Maud Robart
Odes to the Ever-Living
Maud Robart will lead a workshop for 5 days in the Scottish Highlands in Inverness between the 6th and the 11th June 2015 with a maximum of 10 selected Participants. The sessions will take place in the Newboldhouse, 30 mins away from Inverness Airport, offering an immersive experience in a natural environment. For more info www.wearerawmaterial.net
The Silent Inner Warrior - Butoh Dance & Creation of a costume
Intensive workshop with Maya Dunsky (Israel)
12-14 June 2015, Berlin
“My dance works express an essence that is free from concrete story. They are characterized by esthetics, minimalism and with constant touch to the universal spirit, that reconnects hearts & souls of all mankind. My activity is committed to authenticity that does not correspond to what is considered to be customary.
I aspire to lead the awakened and present audience into rear worlds where they can let go off attachment & recall the true primal nature of being". Maya Dunsky
The workshop is for those interested in deep inner process that guides to the essence. Suitable for movement lovers, dancers, actors, theatre and psychodrama practitioners, dance therapists and others artistic and therapeutic professions, that touch the imagination, transformation and empowerment.
The workshop focuses on creating a garment/dress/costume and a dance within that new charachter. The participants will build costumes that will serve as an inspiration to connect with new and unpredictable identities. Materials that may have been foreign to each other in daily life, come together to construct a new zone- a new home-a new body.
We will explore together the inner motion and frequencies and how they slowly and gently form an ecstatic presence. Through the process that encourages one to shed off habits and beliefs, an authentic body language will unfold.
** The participants are encouraged to bring clothes, fabrics, rags, papers, objects, accessories, colors, make-up, wires, adhesives and etc.
Date: 12-14 June, 10:00-17:00Venue: Studio 2, Mime Centrum Berlin, Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, 1 OG, 10997 Berlin.
Price: early bird (till May 25) - 190 euro, late bird (after May 25) - 210 Euro.
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MAYA DUNSKY, multidisciplinary artist, painter, Butoh dancer and choreographer.Born in Israel, she has spent her early childhood in Nigeria. She is educated in Fine Arts, graphic design, creative dance & choreography. Maya paved her way in the Butoh world since 1985 as a student of the master Ohno Kazuo, the founder of Butoh. She lived, studied and created in Japan for 6 years.Since 1998 Maya gives master classes, facilitates ongoing Butoh dance workshops. She guides processes of creativity & specializes in transforming from one's self therapy into awakening to the path of the artist within.
SENSITIVE DANCE ® Workshop with Kea Tonetti & live music by Tivitavi in Berlin
1- 3 May /12:00-19:00 / Workshop2 May / 20:30-22:30 / Harmonization with tibetian bowls (can be attended apart from the workshop)
Open a sensitive presence in the body and in the spirit and let the dance emerge naturally, in the same way that we naturally breath, contact a quiet inner space from which the form generates itself, and through which the invisible becomes visible. Live our own body like time and space, in which cells are written archetypes and ancestral memories.
Suggested for dancers, actors, performers, therapists, researchers and all people that wish to regenerate their body and energy, finding a deep meeting with their life, being and expression, through dancing.
SENSITIVE DANCE awakens movements from sensations, nourishes the awareness in the present moment, trains to listen deeply to body’s messages, learning how to carry and lead it through space, opens internal and external perception of space and increases the consciousness of the body as a unity. More on www.danzasensibile.com
LIVE MUSIC of Tivitavi (Tibetan bowls, gong, didgeridoo, voice). The bowls sound helps to recuperate harmony in our body, mind and emotions, generating beneficial effects of inner balance and realizing inner tensions, helping us to live the presence of the harmony as a unity between dance and sound.
Kea Tonetti, formed in dance from 1980 in Italy, Paris and New York, following various choreographers from the contemporary and Butoh field. Since 2003 she studies Sensitive Dance® with Claude Coldy, following a teacher training including the study of osteopathic observation and the dance in the nature sites. Since 2007 assists Claude Coldy in his workshops. Researches in Yoga, Tantra and Shamanism. In 2008 founded with Tivitavi CompagniaKha, since years, performs and teaches in Italy, Germany, Basel, Budapest, London, Mexico City and Russia.
Tivitavi, from 1991 studied with various masters from Yoga to Shamanism from different cultures He works as a healer with the harmonic sound of the Tibetan bowls and voice. Played for C. Jodorowsky rituals, for Claude Coldy workshops and for Kea Tonetti performances and workshops of Butoh and Sensitive Dance®. His last work is "Natural Sound”. More
www.compagniakha.it | facebook > Compagnia Kha
Workshop - 150 euro / 130 euro if applied before 31st of March
Harmonization with Tibetan bowls - 13euro / 8 euro for the participants of the workshop.
Place: DOCK11 (Kastanienallee 79, 10435 Berlin)
Learn Performance Storytelling in London2-day Intensive workshops aimed at those with a literature or performance background 10am-5pm both daysBeginners Course: 13-14 April 2015 Intermediate Course: 11-12 May 2015 Storytelling Workshops at the Unicorn with Ben Haggarty. Fairytales capture the zeitgeist, perhaps it's the gothic allure of dark shadows, broken promises and unspoken secrets... The Unicorn in association with the Crick Crack Club presents two workshops by godfather of the British storytelling revival, master fairytale teller, Ben Haggarty. He is the founder and Artistic Director of the Crick Crack Club, and Honorary Professor of Storytelling at the Arts University of Berlin. World renowned for his dynamic, often challenging performances, Ben has a repertoire of well over 350 folktales, fairytales, epics and myths. With more than 30 years experience of working with traditional narratives at every level of society, his understanding of orality, metaphor, magic and the dramaturgy of performance storytelling is unsurpassed. Workshop 1: This two-day, beginners' workshop will be practitioner-led and aimed at adults with a love of traditional narratives (folk tales, fairy tales and myths) and an interest or experience in performance. The workshop will give an introduction to the core principles of Oral Storytelling and explore the relationship between Storytelling and Theatre. :: Cost £170 per person, (Student Concession £130)Workshop 2: This short course is aimed at those who already have some experience of telling traditional tales in performance contexts. It will be a 2-day practical workshop looking at the shaping and construction of stories using Indo-European wonder tales (fairy tales) as a starting point. It will explore, in particular, the function of language as a practical improvisational tool for bringing rhythm and pace to sustained narratives and introduce a key compositional tool. :: Cost £170 per person, (Student Concession £130) BOOKING: Book online at www.unicorntheatre.com or contact our Box Office team on 020 7645 0560
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