Dance & visual impairment – For an accessibility of choreographic practices, produced by Centre national de la danse and Cemaforre-European Centre for Cultural Accessibility in the frame of the THE HUMANE BODY EU project, raises questions of how our senses are used in dance teaching practice. In considering how we might develop a more inclusive teaching methodology for blind and partially sighted learners it also exposes other questions: how might traditional ocular-centric teaching models be denying the potential for everyone of a more multi-sensory approach to learning dance? What possibilities might there be for a pedagogy that embraces touch and hearing as equals with vision?
With the one-year EU project The Humane Body – ways of seeing dance the participating partners Kaaitheater Brussels, CND Paris, The Place London and Wiener Tanzwochen/ImPulsTanz are committed to raise an awareness for blind and partially sighted people as potential audiences of contemporary dance. On 8th, 9th and 10th March 2017 two of the three performances created within the frame of this project will celebrate their premiere at the CND Paris: Vera Tussing’s The Palm of Your Hand #2 and Volmir Cordeiro’s L’œil la bouche et le reste.
The mixed-double between visual art and performance enters the third round! Upon initiative of the mumok & ImPulsTanz and between 30 November 2017 and 01 March 2018 six artists of the fields contemporary dance & performance and visual art invite again to workshops at the ateliers of mumok: Peter Kogler & Chris Haring, Daniel Aschwanden & Barbara Eichhorn, Anne Juren & VALIE EXPORT. For everybody with and without experiences!
The Master exerce for choreographic studies - “research and performance” 2018/2020 of ICI – Centre Choreographique Nationale de Montpellier - Ocitanie / Direction Christian Rizzo, is a programme in partnership with Paul-Valéry University of Montpellier. This post-graduate dance training programme is unique in France and covers both practical and theoretical aspects of choreography. The exerce Master degree is a breeding ground for future renewal in creation and choreography.
Application deadline: 01 December 2017
Full time pay corresponding to an uneven distribution of the work time wise
The hourly workday can vary from one hour off rehearsals to twelve during the course of them.
This scheduling allows pursuing other activities.
The arrangement functions on a first priority basis.
Regarding the situation concerning the danceWEB scholarship recipient Mohamed Yousry Fathy Saleh:
Following a police incident that occurred on the basis of alleged disregard of a red street light on July 22nd, 2017, the person concerned, Mohamed Yousry Fathy Saleh, has raised the question whether this was a case of “racial profiling” and racial assault. Ever since this incident ImPulsTanz and danceWEB team as well as the festival director Karl Regensburger are supporting Mohamed Yousry Fathy Saleh and are in active pursuit of this matter along with the help of ZARA – Verein Zivilcourage und Anti-Rassimus-Arbeit. According to police procedures a guidline complaint was filed with the aim for a mediation session in order to eludicate the facts. Now that the police have provided an extensive fact pattern, a mediation session was not offered after all. In addition, according to the assessment of ZARA, the statements set out in this issue on the part of the police lack any basis for a judicial follow-up of this incident. ImPulsTanz regrets that no further dialogue was achieved and would like to express its appreciation to all parties involved for their attempt for a respectful coexistence.
Casinos Austria Prix Jardin d'Europe & FM4 Fan Award 2017
Florentina Holzinger and Dirk Stermann performed a gala evening full of verve and ironic allusions to decadence and decay, accompagnied by musican and performer Matteo Haitzmann. After some blood was shed, bottles got smashed and zombies awakened two prizes were awared among the eight [8:tension] artist: Samira Elagoz with the Casinos Austria Prix Jardin d'Europe and Claire Vivianne Sobottke with the FM4 Fan Award. Our warmest congratulations to the winners!
Under the name mumok moves mumok & ImPulsTanz invite you to some mixed doubles: between 15 December 2016 and 09 February 2017 three unusual couples encounter each other in workshops in the Museum for modern art: Doris Uhlich & Albert Oehlen, Michikazu Matsune & Aldo Giannotti as well as Anne Juren & VALIE EXPORT. The workshops are open to everybody with or without previous knowledge in dance or visual arts.
Dance workshops for socially disadvantaged children and teenagers.
Dancing not only raises spirits and is great fun, it also makes you braver, smarter and stronger. Just one reason why we are happy and glad to be offering a versatile program for our youngest dancers - and we do not wish to exclude anyone from it. Already in the spring, we started a donation campaign and asked for help to enable economically disadvantaged kids and teenagers to partake in our workshops as well. And the project is still ongoing!
PINA BAUSCH FELLOWSHIP 2018 for dance and choreography.
THE SPONSORSHIP IS MEANT FOR
- grants for a temporary residence at renowned institutions for dance and choreography abroad
- a non-paid participation in an ensemble or a placement with a choreographer at home or abroad
- the studies of dance techniques with renowned personalities at home or abroad
The scholarship holders are getting the chance to gain new experiences and are encouraged to develop their own artistic characteristics with new forms of expression.