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From 26.07.15 to 02.08.15, Drodesera Festival has taken place.
The 35th edition of Centrale Fies Festival was titled MOTHERLODE and it has encompassed several European collaborations and Italian premieres of APAP artists. For watiching the full program click here
In the last edition of Centrale Fies Festival -titled MOTHERLODE- has taken place the APAP Know-How Transfer Workshop. It has been led by Lisa Gilardino and Michele Mele for 15 participants such as young artistis, young promoters and professionals.
When: 1st + 2nd August 2015
Lisa Gilardino (promotion development, advice Motus/Alessandro Sciarroni)
Michele Mele (art manager - stabilemobile compagnia Antonio Latella)
Michele Mele and Lisa Gilardino offered a workshop on Development and Diffusion of Live Arts Projects.
The idea took on from the different visions of the manager and the artist inquiring -for the good outcome of the project- how these visions should communicate-cum-dialogue between each other considering the objectives and steps of a project.
The subjects under consideration were: strategies based on the context and value of the art-project, different roles of practitioners, modalities to work on promotion and diffusion, how to protect the work, its development into prospective, its sustainability, and, lastly, how to curate the public relationships.
The workshop involved two sessions. Firstly, a group session dedicated to strategies and experiences on developing and promoting Live Arts Projects. Secondly, a one-to-one session as a consultancy for each participant focusing on specific needs and doubts on actual projects. In this way, the relators established a deeper and more effective relationship with the participants.
In November 2015 Etienne Guilloteau is going to present a new production on the occasion of the festival DIALOGE in Salzburg. For this project Etienne works together with Alain Franco on a ‘History of Time’ in music. This history made of durations, textures, repetitions, suspensions, continuities is framing the space of the performers. The dancers are confronting their own layers of history and sense of time with the musical architecture. A piece that shows what our ‘Times’ are made of.
Guilloteau creates the choreography with eight dancers of BODHI PROJECT from the Salzburg based dance school SEAD. The piece is based on music of Beat Furrer, Morton Feldman and W.A. Mozart and will be executed live by oenm (Österreichisches Ensemble für Neue Musik).
Zeit-Bild is a production by Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg, SZENE Salzburg/apap – advancing performing arts project, Action Scénique und SEAD.
Premiere: 27th Nov 2015, republic Salzburg
July 3 - 4, 2015 // Festival Belluard Bollwerk International (CH)
HOODS by Ingri Fiksdal / Signe Becker takes shape as a meeting in a secret society where the occult faces the protracted, and dead and deadly bodies merge in a slowly dissolving landscape. The borders between choreography, scenography, performers and audience are fleeting, and navigation becomes something to choose.
“A delightful, surreal dream-like world with masquerade. You will find freedom behind the veil, light, colours, fabric, music and bodies floating freely in this pioneering theatre-goes-installation." Avant Garden Trondheim
19th to 23rd of September 2015, Student center Zagreb
The fifth edition of International Festival of Developmental Theater - Ganz New Festival - will present the works of three apap artists/companies: Ivana Müller („Positions“, „We Are Still Watching“), L'Amicale de Production ("Les Thermes") and Maria Jerez's work in progress "What is Third", as well as the work of David Espinosa (ES) and three totally fresh, ganz ganz new, premieres of Mala Kline (SI), Matija Ferlin (HR) and Pavle Heidler (HR). During the festival, Student center will host the 5th apap Lab (21-23.9.) with the focus on evaluation.
(photo Tjaša Kalkan)
The apap artist and Danish choreographer Mette Ingvartsen presents her solo piece 69 positions, co-produced by SZENE Salzburg, for the first time in front of an Austrian audience.
Excess, nudity, eroticism, audience participation and political engagement – all expressions of sexual utopia from experimental performance art of the ‘60s. Mette Ingvartsen focuses on sexuality, the political aspect of the human body, and the cracks in society’s structures. The audience is taken on a trip through a dance archive of performances, books, films, texts, and images.
Date: 25th to 27th of June, 2015
Location : ARGEkultur Salzburg
- Sommerszene Salzburg 2015
- Maria Jerez with Vedrana Klepica and Mala Kline: WHAT IS THIRD, parallel residencies
- Ivana Müller is preparing a new project in Theatre &TD!
- Big Picture by Maja Čule in hi-tech store in Zagreb!
- 15th and 16th November / ANAGOOR at Romaeuropa Festival
- Ganz new festival in its 4th edition!