Special Events — conferences, festivals, regional jams and workshops

Events are listed in chronological order. For historical interest, see also the list of past events.

1 APR 2010
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4 Apr 2010
calle núñez de arce 11, madrid, madrid 28012, Spain

April 1, 2, 3 and 4, 2010

Teachers: Joerg Hassman, Mirva Mäkinen, Thomas Kempe
workshops, jams, scores, labs, performances.
cello and piano music by Barnaby O’Rourke, musician.
Extra workshop with Thomas Kampe, qualified teacher of the Feldenkrais Method.

euros 175

CONTACT: irene schachter, 0034 91 532 27 01, , http://www.estudio3.org
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9 APR 2010
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11 Apr 2010
Riga, Latvia

::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ! Adrian Russi (Switzerland) ! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
April 9-11th :: RIGA :: “Beyond Gravity”
April 16-18th :: VILNIUS :: “Flying&Falling”

BEYOND GRAVITY
Aware of your own centre and the inner axis, connected with the floor and the whole space: this is the very base to get deeply involved in a contact dance that will lead you beyond gravity and into an on-going falling in all directions and into new spheres. With ease and safety and without taking unpredictable risks! Communicating with your partners’ body is one of the key-ingredients, combined with precise movement technique and highly developed body awareness. In a state of alertness, curiosity and with an open intuition, dancers are able to handle surprising moments and make decisions in a split second in order to form the dance in collaboration with the partner and the third something called Contact Improvisation.
In this workshop we will experiment with different movement principles to challenge our body and our range of perception. We will move solo and with partners to meet gravity in a new and creative way. There will be space for free dancing, for verbal exchange and for silence to get a deeper understanding of this dance form and to integrate the new material in your own dancing
Come prepared to have fun, to meet other dancers in a new way and finally to find your own pathway through the dance.

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ADRIAN RUSSI
Adrian Russi is a one of the leading CI-teacher in Switzerland and travelling all over Europe to teach and perform Contact and Free Improvisation. He is deeply involved in CI since 1992 and in the meantime he is dedicating the biggest part of his life to this wonderful dance form.
After his studies of New Dance at “bewegungs-art” in Freiburg/Germany he continued his education with many different teachers, among them Steve Paxton and Nancy Stark Smith who have started to develop CI in the early seventies with a group of other movers.
In his teaching he focuses on the technical aspects of CI (ease, precision and strength) as well as on matters of perception (sensation, connection of inner and outer space, of bottom and top) and on a creativity coming from a distinct body-awareness. For him the pleasure to play, deep engagement in the dance, and respect for others are the basis for gaining the most possible in dancing CI.
As a performer he works with many different international artists and his performances are primarily based on Free Improvisation incorporating Contact Improvisation, dance, dance-theatre, voice and live music. In 2007 he initiated “Moving Men”, a men’s trio with Charlie Morrissey and Jacky Miredin touring with there performance-work all over Europe.
As an organizer of CI-events he is involved in many festivals, jams and teachers-meetings, among them the “Moscow Contact and Performance Festival”
For more information go to www.adrianrussi.com

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INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION:
Inese Auziņa, auzina@gmail.com, t. +371 2 9262198
Organisation: The Association of the Professional dance choreographers in Latvia
http://kontaktpunkts.blogspot.com , http://www.dance.lv


INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION ON A WORKSHOP IN VILNIUS:
Julija Melnik, +370 613 57997, improv_lt@yahoo.com
http://contactimprov.blogas.lt
More about WS in Vilnius: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=329453921786

SCHEDULE: Friday: 19:00–22:00; Saturday and Sunday 11:00-18:00 (1h break)
COSTS: Sliding scale 57-70€, Single class (3h): 15€;
LOCATION: will be specified later
LEVEL: This workshop is open for everybody. The material will be prepared in a way that as well beginners as experienced dancers can profit fully.

::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ! RIGA + VILNIUS workshop: 90€ ! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

CONTACT: Inese Auzina, +371 29262198, , http://kontaktpunkts.blogspot.com
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12 APR 2010
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16 Apr 2010
Germany

Katie Duck: „IMPROVISATION“
5 day Intensive Workshop with Katie Duck

WHEN:
Workshop: Monday – Friday, April 12 – 16, 2010, 12 am – 6pm
Performance: Saturday, April 17, 8:30 pm
WHERE: Schwelle 7, Berlin, Germany

(this workshop announcement with links: http://www.schwelle7.de/Katie%20Duck.html
about Katie Duck: http://www.katieduck.com )


Katie Duck has been teaching workshops internationally since the mid 70’s alongside her professional career as a performer and choreographer. She integrates her current research making each workshop completely unique. She draws from her experiences in live performances, music collaborations, as a director and choreographer. She has lead two companies over the past 30 year; Groupo based in Italy – Magpie Music Dance Company based in the Netherlands.

Over the past 10 years her workshops have been titled “Improvisation” in order to emphasis her views on theater as a live art form reflective of how she executes her own professional performances. Her research is placed in practice with lectures containing her recent interest in brain studies and film. (see research materials below – see duck projects).

Katie’s workshops are aimed toward all dancers, performers and musicians. She does not aim to provide a technique or style for how one conducts them-self in a live performance. Her work is relevant for any performance situation without discrimination for levels or performance platforms. She does ask that anyone who chooses to study with her have an intense interest in the work and is willing to experiment and take risks with the material she offers.

Her warm-up and exercises emphasis how the eyes and the ears work in co ordination with movement, sound and exposure to gathered crowds altering our perception of time, space, feelings and emotions. Improvisation sessions revolve around the terms pause, flow, exit, choice and presence with discussions articulating play, memory and intuition.

Her aim is to provide a situation where artists can practice together and grow in confidence toward public performances with an objective to clarify that improvisation not the antitheses of choreography or composition but rather the way choreography and composition can be executed. She promotes to her students that the mental connection to the practice of improvisation can be accessed weather they are doing set or open framed performance pieces and that the definitions of what improvisation within art practices mean today need to be reflective to advances in brain-studies and technology.

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On Saturday, April17 at 8:30 pm, Katie Duck will show the solo performance
PORTRAITS alongside with a piece developed with the participants of the workshop during the week.
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Katie Duck
Born in Oxnard California (1951), Katie Duck is a dancer, choreographer and teacher. She began performing in plays and musicals as a teenager, attended the University of Utah as a modern dance major and then joined the Salt Lake City Mime Troupe touring in the United States and Europe. (1973-6).

She left the United States in 1976 to live in Amsterdam, Holland and toured throughout Europe as a performer in solo productions, in productions with Carlos Traffic, Jango Edwards (friends roadshow) and in improvisations with Amsterdam music artists Ernst Reijseger (cello), Tristan Honsinger (cello), Sean Bergen (sax) and Michael Moore (sax). She changed her name to Katie Duck while touring her first solo in Europe “duck play” in 1976.

In 1979, she moved to Italy where she formed the company GROUPO. She toured through out Europe with her one-hour productions Rutles, The Orange Man, Brown eye Green eye and Mind the gap and participated in free lance improvisation collaborations with Julyen Hamilton, Kristie Simpson and Steve Paxton among others. In 1986 she accepted a senior lecturer position at Dartington College of Arts teaching for the theater department as head of the choreography course. In 1991 she accepted a part time post at the AHK Hooge school voor de kunsten dance departments in Amsterdam teaching movement research, improvisation, composition and technique.

Throughout her career she has worked with music artists who share her passion for live time performance and the integration of music, text and dance within compositions for performance. She has performed in duet and in ensembles with music artists Han Bennik, Andy Moore (the EX) and many others. Katie created the Company Magpie Music Dance Company in 1995-2005 in Amsterdam to reflect her work with improvisations musicians. Magpie toured in Europe, the USA, Asia and Scandinavia and received national funding from 2002-2006 for tours within the Netherlands from the Nederland fonds voor the podimkunsten. In 2006 she evolved Magpie into an umbrella organization, Magpie Umbrella.

Katie has initiated numerous dance and music improvisation on-going events in her three bases Holland, Italy and England. In her current base Amsterdam. Her initiatives include a yearly Improvisation festival at the Frascati Theater (1994-9), a monthly improvisation series at the Fijnhout Theater (1992-3), the Muiderpoort Theater (1994-9), The Melkweg Theater (2000-2001) and OT301 Cultural center (2002-2006).

By 1988 she discovered the internet evolution and created an international focus group for email announcements, a youtube presence with her home videos and continues to encourage artists to build their internet presence as part of their creative work.

She has been organizing workshops in Amsterdam since 1995 at the studio seven in Amsterdam first under the title PIA and now under the title Magpie Umbrella. She presently runs an improvisation summer course and workshop series in Amsterdam and is the tutor and stage coordinator for the SNDO choreography department and improvisation teacher for the Modern Dance department at the AHK Hooge School voor de kunsten. She continues to direct, perform (Duck Projects) and conduct her workshops touring yearly in Asia, the USA, England, Scandinavia and Europe.

Katie Duck: For Reviews //// Writing ///// Archive 2008-9 //// Extended Biography, please go to http://www.schwelle7.de/Katie%20Duck.html

Fee: 200 EUR
registration: xs4jan [at] gmx [ dot] de

SLEEPING: We can host up workshop participants in our special sleeping cocoons in the studio. The cost is 10 EUR a night per person.
More… http://www.schwelle7.de/GAESTE.html



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Schwelle 7
Uferstraße 6 HH 1. OG
13357 Berlin/Germany
Phone: 49 (0) 173 – 6118404
http://www.schwelle7.de
Email: info (at) felixruckert.de
TRAFFIC LINK: U8 Pankstraße, U9 Osloer Straße, U9 Nauener Platz, SB Gesundbrunnen, SB Humboldthain, Bus M27 Brunnenplatz
http://maps.google.de/maps?daddr=13357
Berlin,+Uferstr+6

CONTACT: http://www.schwelle7.de/Katie%20Duck.html
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16 APR 2010
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18 Apr 2010
Vilnius, Lithuania

::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ! Adrian Russi (Switzerland) ! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
April 9-11th :: RIGA :: “Beyond Gravity”
April 16-18th :: VILNIUS :: “Flying&Falling”


FLYING & FALLING
- from basic skills to first shoulder lifts.
Techniques for flying and falling are often considered to be quite complex and for advanced dancers only. Nevertheless skills for landing softly on the floor and rising up with ease into the upper space can be a theme even in your first class. And as CI is a dance form where the body is constantly listening to gravity and playing with balance and off-balance, flying and falling through the levels and the space is part of your experience from the very first moment you start dancing contact.
That’s one reason why this workshop will start with basic skills and exercises to challenge your perception: to deeply understand that flying high is much more a question of solid basic skills, of sensation and the ability to cleverly organize your body than a complex or even unreachable technique (except for strong men or light women!). You will discover that the main principles are the same whether you are moving quite close to the floor or up on your partners shoulder, the biggest differences being more momentum, more thrill, and starting to flow through the levels as you gain more experience and get into the higher spheres.
My intention is to work with precise movement techniques (solo and with a partner), to offer exercises that will help to differentiate your perception and to open your awareness, to use bodywork for softening not only your body but also your mind, and finally to play with simple improvisation scores and free dancing to integrate the new movements. There will be space for verbal exchange to deepen the understanding of the material and to learn from each other on different levels.
You will probably sweat a lot and have lots of fun while flying and falling through your dances. And hopefully you’ll be looking forward to the next jam to experiment with the full range of flying and falling within its very subtle parts!

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ADRIAN RUSSI
Adrian Russi is a one of the leading CI-teacher in Switzerland and travelling all over Europe to teach and perform Contact and Free Improvisation. He is deeply involved in CI since 1992 and in the meantime he is dedicating the biggest part of his life to this wonderful dance form.
After his studies of New Dance at “bewegungs-art” in Freiburg/Germany he continued his education with many different teachers, among them Steve Paxton and Nancy Stark Smith who have started to develop CI in the early seventies with a group of other movers.
In his teaching he focuses on the technical aspects of CI (ease, precision and strength) as well as on matters of perception (sensation, connection of inner and outer space, of bottom and top) and on a creativity coming from a distinct body-awareness. For him the pleasure to play, deep engagement in the dance, and respect for others are the basis for gaining the most possible in dancing CI.
As a performer he works with many different international artists and his performances are primarily based on Free Improvisation incorporating Contact Improvisation, dance, dance-theatre, voice and live music. In 2007 he initiated “Moving Men”, a men’s trio with Charlie Morrissey and Jacky Miredin touring with there performance-work all over Europe.
As an organizer of CI-events he is involved in many festivals, jams and teachers-meetings, among them the “Moscow Contact and Performance Festival”
For more information go to www.adrianrussi.com

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INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION:
Julija Melnik, +370 613 57997, improv_lt@yahoo.com
http://contactimprov.blogas.lt


INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION ON A WORKSHOP IN RIGA:
Inese Auzina, auzina@gmail.com, +371 2 9262198
http://kontaktpunkts.blogspot.com
More about WS in Riga: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=349514137517

SCHEDULE: Friday: 19:00–22:00; Saturday and Sunday 11:00-18:00 (1h break)
COSTS: Sliding scale 57-70€, Single class (3h): 15€;
LOCATION: will be specified later
LEVEL: Intermediate / advanced

::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ! RIGA + VILNIUS workshop: 90€ ! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

CONTACT: Julija Melnik, +370 613 57997, , http://contactimprov.blogas.lt
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16 APR 2010
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18 Apr 2010
Vilnius, Lithuania

Techniques for flying and falling are often considered to be quite complex and for advanced dancers only. Nevertheless skills for landing softly on the floor and rising up with ease into the upper space can be a theme even in your first class. And as CI is a dance form where the body is constantly listening to gravity and playing with balance and off-balance, flying and falling through the levels and the space is part of your experience from the very first moment you start dancing contact.

That’s one reason why this workshop will start with basic skills and exercises to challenge your perception: to deeply understand that flying high is much more a question of solid basic skills, of sensation and the ability to cleverly organize your body than a complex or even unreachable technique (except for strong men or light women!). You will discover that the main principles are the same whether you are moving quite close to the floor or up on your partners shoulder, the biggest differences being more momentum, more thrill, and starting to flow through the levels as you gain more experience and get into the higher spheres.

My intention is to work with precise movement techniques (solo and with a partner), to offer exercises that will help to differentiate your perception and to open your awareness, to use bodywork for softening not only your body but also your mind, and finally to play with simple improvisation scores and free dancing to integrate the new movements. There will be space for verbal exchange to deepen the understanding of the material and to learn from each other on different levels.

You will probably sweat a lot and have lots of fun while flying and falling through your dances. And hopefully you’ll be looking forward to the next jam to experiment with the full range of flying and falling within its very subtle parts!

ADRIAN RUSSI
Adrian Russi is a one of the leading CI-teacher in Switzerland and travelling all over Europe to teach and perform Contact and Free Improvisation. He is deeply involved in CI since 1992 and in the meantime he is dedicating the biggest part of his life to this wonderful dance form.

After his studies of New Dance at “bewegungs-art” in Freiburg/Germany he continued his education with many different teachers, among them Steve Paxton and Nancy Stark Smith who have started to develop CI in the early seventies with a group of other movers.

In his teaching he focuses on the technical aspects of CI (ease, precision and strength) as well as on matters of perception (sensation, connection of inner and outer space, of bottom and top) and on a creativity coming from a distinct body-awareness. For him the pleasure to play, deep engagement in the dance, and respect for others are the basis for gaining the most possible in dancing CI.
As a performer he works with many different international artists and his performances are primarily based on Free Improvisation incorporating Contact Improvisation, dance, dance-theatre, voice and live music. In 2007 he initiated “Moving Men”, a men’s trio with Charlie Morrissey and Jacky Miredin touring with there performance-work all over Europe.

As an organizer of CI-events he is involved in many festivals, jams and teachers-meetings, among them the “Moscow Contact and Performance Festival”.

SCHEDULE: Friday: 19:00–22:00;
Saturday and Sunday 11:00-18:00 (1h break)

COST: With early registration and deposit of 10€ paid,
till 17 th of March – 57€,
till 31 st of March – 64€, later – 70€
Single class (3h): 15€;

LOCATION: in the centre of Vilnius, will be specified later

LEVEL: Intermediate / advanced

Travel & lodging:
Cheapest airlines are AIRBALTIC.LV (to Vilnius or Riga) and RYANAIR.com (to Kaunas or Riga)
Let us know if you need help with finding cheap/unexpensive lodging!

CONTACT: Julija Melnik, +4915780269288, +370 613 57997, , http://contactimprov.blogas.lt/
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17 APR 2010
18 Huia Road, Titirangi, Auckland, 0604, New Zealand

CONTACT IMPROVISATION LAB AND JAM!

This coming Saturday from 4-6 (Lab) and 6-8 (Jam)

This weekend will particularly focus on:

A more gentle-contemplative approach to Contact Improv. Starting with a warmup designed to create a safe place in which people feel present in their bodies and tuned into the shared space.
Moving on from this to developing different states in the body. Being bouyant and light, soft and spongey, heavy and weighted.
Working individually on exploring these different states-feeling any nuances and sensations these states create within the body.
This will then lead into finding ways of being in these states while in contact with another person.
Which will act as starting points for new dialogues, ideas, shared between to people.

Come and enjoy the fun!
At Soul – 18 Huia Rd, Titirangi, Auckland.

Labs – $20
Jams – Koha

CONTACT: Wilhimeena Monroe, 09 817 3051, , http://soulcentre.co.nz
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23 APR 2010
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25 Apr 2010
Bogdanovicha str, 153 b., Minsk, Belarus

We are very grateful to those who will be able to spread information about the event in a wide CI-community!

This meeting is the first attempt to create a grand CI-event in Belarus!

“The main idea of the event” – to have enough time and give youreself to the flow of stream. We’ll try provide the most comfortable space, that this flow could test themselves in their various forms pending all the time that we will be together.


We invite you to participate!

Teachers;
Maria Grudskaya – Simple sentences
Julia Melnik – “Invisible” movement technique: presence in body, dance, performance
Michail Kaminskiy – Harmony Contact

Time;
April 23, 24, 25, 2010

Place;
Belarus, Minsk, Bogdanovicha str, 153 b. “Empire of Health" (“Imperia Zdorovia”)

Places are limited!

For all questions and additional information call or write here:
Alex Naporko: luteo4@gmail. com, +375297500495 (мтс)
Vika Ignatenko: reggyv@gmail.com, +375293368950 (velcom)

To register and receive further updates:
Vika Ignatenko: reggyv@gmail.com,

We are waiting for with impatience! Wishing you warm and bright spring!

Fee:
until April 17 – 40 Euro
after April 17 – 45 Euro

CONTACT: viktoria ignatenko, +375293368950(by),, , http://1eu.su/FCIP
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24 APR 2010
111a Rideau Street, 3rd floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 5X1, Canada

Teachers: Alexis Andrew & Elizabeth MacKinnon

1PM – 6 PM, .5 hour break (4.5 hours)

This workshop will build beginner and intermediate contact improvisation
skills for more fluid and exciting dancing. We will examine the
underpinnings and safety skills for using momentum and gravity in contact.
We will also leave lots of time for integration through open dancing.
Open to all levels of experience.

$75 CDN

CONTACT: Alexis Andrew, 819-771-7835, , http://movementartsottawa.blogspot.om
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29 APR 2010
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2 May 2010
Schwelle7, Uferstr 6 Wedding, Berlin, 13357, Germany

A 3-day exploration of the human chemistry in Contact Improvisation

If you're dancing physics, you're dancing contact. If you're dancing chemistry, you're doing something else.
Steve Paxton (1987)

To move within physics is to realize your body. To dance with chemistry is to accept your soul. Combining both could be the most exhilarating thing you have ever done
Touch & Play (2010)

Our web will be up next week with all the details and background information.

Prices for the Touch & Play Festival are as follows:
Early registration (until March 1st): 145,- (129,- low income)
Normal registration (until April 29th): 165,- (149,-)
At the door: 185,- (169,-)
Touch&Play Party: 20,- (15,-)
Open Jam: 5,- (3,-)

CONTACT: Daniel J. Hayes, +34-622685686, , http://www.touchandplay.org
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29 APR 2010
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3 May 2010
Touch & Play Festival, 29.4.-3.5.2010, Schwelle 7, Berlin
Germany

Touch & Play Festival
Exploring the human chemistry in Contact Improvisation

Donnerstag, 29. April bis 3. Mai 2010
Ort: Schwelle 7 und Uferstudios
Veranstaltungslink: http://wwwtouchandplay.eu

Touch & Play Festival
5 Tage – 20 Lehrer – 40 Workshops
Das fünftägige Workshop-Festival in Berlin untersucht die „zwischenmenschliche Chemie“ der zeitgenössischen Tanzform „Contact Improvisation“. Mehr als 20 internationale Experten bieten vom 29.4-3.5.2010 in der Schwelle 7 über 40 Workshops an. Anhand verschiedener Körpertechniken und -praktiken können die Teilnehmer erforschen, dass Gefühle und Emotionen Teil des Tanzes sind. Anmeldung unter http://wwwtouchandplay.eu

Contact Improvisation ist ein zeitgenössischer Tanzstil, der sowohl von Amateuren (in Berlin wöchentlich 4 Jams) getanzt wird als auch zur Grundausbildung von Profis zählt. Dabei geht es um die aktive Entdeckung aller Bewegungsmöglichkeiten, die zwei oder mehr menschliche Körper ausführen können (siehe http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contact_Improvisation ).

Das Festival bietet den Teilnehmern eine große Auswahl von 40 verschiedenen Workshops an, darunter zu den Themen Yoga, Tantra, Massagetechniken und natürlich Contact Improvisation aus diversen Perspektiven. Dafür sind 20 internationale CI-Lehrer und andere Experten eingeladen, darunter Alice Godfroy, Angela Doniy, Anikó Zsófia Überhardt, Daniel Hayes, Daniel Mang, Dieter Heitkamp, Federico Finamore, Felix Ruckert, Irmela Kästner, Jorgos Fokianos, Julie Mona Hunger, Keith Hennessy, Michael Hartenfels, Maren Emde, Mo Herzinger, Norbert Pape, Reka Balogh, Sabine Sonnenschein uvm. Während des Festivals stehen den Teilnehmern zwei kleinere Räume als Open Space für Tanz-Labor-Forschung zur Verfügung.

Schwelle 7
Uferstraße 6 HH 1. OG (Nähe Uferstudios)
13357 Berlin – Wedding
http://www.schwelle7.de
Email: info@felixruckert.de
Verkehrsverbindung: U8 Pankstraße, U9 Osloer Straße, U9 Nauener Platz, SB Gesundbrunnen, SB Humboldthain, Bus M27 Brunnenplatz



CONTACT:
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29 APR 2010
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3 May 2010
TOUCH & PLAY - Festival of the human chemistry in contact improvisation, April 29th – May 3rd 2010, Schwelle 7 Berlin
Germany

TOUCH & PLAY FESTIVAL
A 5-day exploration of the human chemistry in contact improvisation

April 29th – May 3rd 2010
Schwelle 7, Berlin / Germany
Further information: http://www.touchandplay.eu


Welcome to the first edition of the Touch&Play Festival. This five-day event will break open Contact’s physicality to touch and play with the human chemistry that lies beneath. Together with 16 different teachers and artists we will be investigating those aspects of CI that are so often taken for granted or shied away from in our jams, classes and communities. We will be looking at the intimacy involved in creating close and improvised physical contact with another person. We will research the impact of emotions on our dances, engage with our hormones and fears, explore our sensuality by bringing our senses into the game, and create a safe and consensual space for people to investigate the place of sexuality in their dance and play.

Festival teachers:
Dieter Heitkamp, Keith Hennessy, Angela Donnie, Felix Ruckert, Daniel Hayes, Mamen Agüera Perez, Julie Mona Hunger, Ali & Krisana, Mo Herzinger, Jorgos Fokianos, Sabine Sonnenschein, Daniel Mang, Federico Finamore, Michael Hartenfels, Philipp Wittulsky, Alice Godfroy, Irmela Kastner, Andrea Keiz, And more…

Dates:
Thursday, April 29th, 6pm: opening circle
Friday – Sunday, May 1-3, 9 – night: workshops, jams, labs, party …

Fee:
Normal registration (until March 31st): 150,-
Late registration (until April 26th): 170,-

Registration starting now: http://www.touchandplay.eu/how/registration/

P.S.: For informal updates and networking visit our new Facebook network website:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=info&ref=ts&gid=251629184517

Location: Schwelle 7
Uferstraße 6 HH 1. OG
13357 Berlin/Germany
http://www.schwelle7.de
TRAFFIC LINK: U8 Pankstraße, U9 Osloer Straße, U9 Nauener Platz, SB Gesundbrunnen, SB Humboldthain, Bus M27 Brunnenplatz
http://maps.google.de/maps?daddr=13357+Berlin,+Uferstr+6

CONTACT:
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