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ROBERT BOUARIU/ ANDREI BOTNARU/ SILVIA CONSTANTIN/ LARISSA DANILOV/ MIHAI FLOREA/ OANA GOCIMAN/ FRANCESCA IGNAT/ MĂLINA MONCEA
4Culture and Wallonie-Bruxelles Delegation in Bucharest have the pleasure to invite you on Sunday, 14th April, starting 6 pm at WASP Working Art Space and Production at FOVEA, one of the newest creation of Dame de Pic/Karine Ponties followed by the projection of two short dance films produced on the anniversary of twenty years of the company.
FOVEA is the rewriting of a body swept through by holes, by glimmers, by moments of incoherence. It is a project develloped from the desire of Karine Ponties of working with Ares d’Angelo in great detail, which fascinates and contradicts her. A being’s identity is the struggle between two hemispheres that send opposite instructions, and in him this is pushed to the extreme. In his body electric impulses trigger muscle contractions and develop into an augmented force in a state close to unconsciousness.
The performance was presented for the first time in March 2019 at the National Theatre in Brussels, in the frame of XS Festival. On the 15th of April the piece will be presented also in Timisoara at the opening of Cafékultour festival.
Karine Ponties is the artistic director of Cie Dame de Pic, choreographer and performer. Along it’s twenty years of activity she created over forty dance pieces. Her work is characterised by a flair for the absurd, exploring intimacy and interlacing relationships.
Ares D’Angelo was born in Bologna, Italy. He studied classical and contemporary dance and choreography at Balleto di Toscana and at IT Dansa in Barcelona. He worked with choreographers as Roberto Zappalà, Lanonima Imperial, Anu Sistonen. Since 2012, he lives in Brussels, where he works with Dame de Pic – Karine Ponti, Uma Umma Dance, Marielle Morales and Salia Sanou.
Concept and choreography: Karine Ponties
Performer: Ares D’Angelo
Light designer and artistic collaborator: Guillaume Toussaint Fromentin
Costumes: Gaëlle Marras
Production: Dame de Pic/Cie Karine Ponties
The event includes the presentation of two short dance movies, produced at the anniversary of twenty years of activity of cie Dame de Pic: „20 years of Dame de Pic” by Wilkie Branson and „4PKP” by Yoann Stehr & Stephan Dubrana, on choreography of Karine Ponties.
P.A.R.T.S. is looking for a new generation of talented dancers!
On March 30, WASP Working Art Space and Productions will host P.A.R.T.S. Audition pre-selection for the new training programme 2019 – 2022, dedicated to all interested young artists, between 18 and 23 years old who want to start a professional education to be a dancer or choreographer.
The audition process (parts.be/auditions) is divided in two steps:
1) The online registration for pre-selection in Bucharest until 25 March 2019, 8 a.m. / 9 a.m CET by filling the online form here https://pierrot.io/parts/
Registration fee is 10 €.
2) Only candidates who have passed the pre-selection will receive an official invitation with a detailed explanation of the final audition. The final audition process takes place in Brussels between April 9 until April 14.The entire full-week participation in this final stage of the audition is necessary to be selected for the Training, so block the dates now!
➝ Candidates must have a secondary school diploma before the 1st of September 2019.
➝ The minimum age of entry for P.A.R.T.S. is 18, the maximum age is 23 (both ages on December 31 2019).
➝ Students at P.A.R.T.S. need to have a good level in English (B2 or higher in CEFT scales). This is essential for being an active participant in the programme.
Registration and tuition fees:
➝ The registration fee is € 4.500. This amount is due only once, irrespective of the number of years the student spends at P.A.R.T.S. and has to be paid before the start of the courses
➝ The tuition fee for Training Cycle is € 2.500 a year, with the daily lunch included
➝ To participate in the preselection, you will have to pay the obligatory sum of €10 at the online registration.
The study programme is available here: http://parts.be/
Scolarships and grants:
➝ Candidates are encouraged to apply for grants awarded by their local (municipal, regional, national) authorities or private foundations.
➝ P.A.R.T.S. can provide some scholarships to those students who do not have enough financial resources and have not succeeded in getting scholarships from other funding bodies. P.A.R.T.S. depends on external sources for scholarships, so nothing can be guaranteed. P.A.R.T.S. will only give scholarships to students who can prove they have undertaken serious attempts to obtain a scholarship elsewhere.
The pre-selection in Bucharest on 30 March 2019:
➝ The preselection will take a whole day; the doors will open at 09.00 am, the first class starts at 10.00 am. The results will be announced by the end of the day.
➝ Candidates should bring an ID (identity card or passport).
More details here: http://parts.be/faq
More about the former P.AR.T.S. students here http://parts.be/students
P.A.R.T.S. – Performing Arts Research and Training Studios vzw
Avenue Van Volxemlaan 164, 1190 Brussels, Belgia
WASP – Working Art Space and Production
Str. Ion Minulescu nr. 67 – 93, Fabrica Flaros, corp E, etaj 2
Sector 3, București
P.A.R.T.S. is an international school for contemporary dance, which offers a full-time training cycle to young dancers and choreographers. The school was founded in 1995 by Rosas and De Munt/La Monnaie and is directed by choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.
P.A.R.T.S. offers a full education programme in the field of contemporary dance and consists in a Research cycle and in a Training cycle.
More information about P.A.R.T.S. aici: http://parts.be/about
Image by Tine Declerck — with Tine Declerck.
On Monday, 4th of March, starting 19:30, at the Byzantine Hall, at the Romanian Embassy in Paris, Wanda Mihuleac coordinates a multidisciplinary event, presented by Transignum Editions in the frame of the national french festival “Printemps de poètes” 2019.
Linda Maria Baros, whose poem will be featured by Swiss composer Jean-Luc Darbellay, in the interpretation of the trio led by Marc Sieffert and performed by Taiwanese Bonni Tchie Hy, with the portable objects of Tia Calli Borlase.
Doina Ioanid - poetic performance with Valentine Mizzi and saxophonist Philippe di Betta.
Eva Maria Berg - German poet translated into French and Romanian will be associated with the music created for this poem by composer Violeta Dinescu, performed by Marc Sieffert trio, performance by Alexandra Loewe.
The event is organized with the support of the Romanian Cultural Institute.
WASP Studios launches the first open call of this year and has the pleasure to invite Romanian professional female artists to participate to the workshop coordinated by the choreographer Eszter Salamon.
The workshop will take place between 11 and 16th of February 2019, from 10 am to 3 pm at WASP Working Art Space and it is dedicated to the professional female artists in the contemporary or classical dance field, with good physical technique, experience in using their voices or open to work on voice.
Four artists, will be selected after the workshop to participate on the last performance produced by Eszter Salamon – MONUMENT 0.8: Manifestations. The production will be developed during 2019 with rehearsals in Bucharest and Brussels, followed by world premiere in Brussels and an international tour.
Manifestations is a dance and choral performance built on the “embodiment” of documentary images and sound, as a concept and as a practice. Enlisting the collaboration of historians of Feminist History as well as four female performers, the work aims to reactivate gestures that could be witnessed as part of public demonstrations in the context of historic women’s movements.
Technologies for embodying movement will be developed in collaboration with the artists. The vocal score and techniques of modulating sound will be developed with the help a vocal/singing coach.
An opportunity for different ages of professional women artists in the field of contemporary and classical dance, open for body and vocal experiments, available to participate for a new international production.
For subscriptions please send a biography and a work portfolio, in English and Romanian to email@example.com, until 6th of February 2019.
The confirmation for participation will be sent until 8th of February. The workshop has free admission.
Eszter Salamon is a choreographer, dancer and performer who lives and works in Berlin. Since 2001, she has been creating solo and group works that have been presented in performing arts venues and festivals throughout the world including Centre Pompidou, Avignon Festival, Ruhrtriennale, The Kitchen New York, HAU Berlin, Berlin Documentary Forum, Kunstenfestivaldesarts Brussels, Kaaitheater Brussels, Festival dʼAutomne Paris, Tanzquartier Wien, Holland Festival, Kampnagel Hamburg, steirischer herbst graz, Dance Triennale Tokyo a.o.
She is frequently invited to present her work in museums, including MoMa, Witte de With, and Fondation Cartier.
The workshop is organized in the frame on Manifestation project, produced by WASP Studios and 4Culture Association.
Cultural project co-funded by the National Cultural Fund Administration (AFCN)
The project does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Fund Administration. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the project or the way the project results can be used. This is entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.
The danceWEB Scholarship Programme is taking place from 10 July to 14 August 2019 in the frame of ImPulsTanz – Vienna International Dance Festival.
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