Jardin d’Europe / Bucharest Souvenir

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4Culture Association & WASP – Working Art Space and Production invite you to:

Jardin d’Europe / Bucharest Souvenir

June 27, 28, 29, 2013

Venue: WASP – Working Art Space and Production, Flaros Factory, Ion Minulescu 67-93, building E, 2nd floor, Bucharest.

4Culture Association in partnership with WASP – Working Art Space and Production has the pleasure to announce the event Jardin d’Europe / Bucharest Souvenir, taking place between June 27 – 29, 2013.

The concept of Bucharest Souvenir originated in the idea of creating a retrospective selection of the 5-year activities implemented under the European project Jardin d’Europe. During 2008-2013 Jardin d’Europe project included residencies, workshops and scholarships (wild cards exchanges and danceWEB scholarships), dance critique seminars (Critical Endeavour), teaching research seminars (Teaching the Teachers), a European award for emerging choreographers (Prix Jardin d’Europe), supporting activities for emerging cultural managers (SuSy), the Balkan network (Nomad), documentation and researching activities (Action Research), and choreographic productions (Prix Jardin d’Europe co-productions).

All these activities, organized by the network Jardin d’Europe had a major impact on the European dance scenes, contributing to the an enhanced information exchange and international cooperation between the artists involved in the projects and also to an increased visibility of emerging choreographers on the European scenes.

In the period 2013-2018, 4 Culture Association will continue the international cooperation within the Life Long Burning multi-annual European project, within a network of 12 cultural operators.

Jardin d’Europe / Bucharest Souvenir


Thursday, June 27, 2013

19:00 – Opening of Jardin d’Europe / Bucharest Souvenir Installation

19:30 – Final presentations of Jardin d’Europe Bucharest residencies, followed by a feedback session

Artists: Nathalie Wahlberg (SE), Ida Larsen & Marie Louise Stentenbjerg – “two-women-machine-show” (DK)

Friday, June, 28, 2013

19:00 – Final presentation of contemporary dance workshop “Fluid” – choreographer Valentina de Piante.

20:00 – Final presentation of Choreographic Dramaturgy workshop – dance critic and dramaturg Gina Serbanescu.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

18:00 – Life Long Burning (2013-2018) – European multi-annual project and network presentation

19:00 – Presentation of selected artists for “Jardin d’Europe – a metaphor?” multi-media installation.

20:00 – EIO – one hour society (Prix Jardin d’Europe 2010 Award, Istanbul)

Performance by: Maria Baroncea (RO), Eduard Gabia (RO), Dragana Bulut (RS)

21:30 – Karpov not Kasparov/ concert with Eduard Gabia & Valeriu Borcos

Jardin d’Europe is a European project dedicated to the establishment of a sustainable European infrastructure for the professionalization of emerging dancers, choreographers, dance administrators and dance writers. Its main objective is to organize individual artistic projects liable to become a driving force in an emerging dance market throughout Europe.

 Jardin d’Europe is organized as a network of European dance institutions (dance training centers, dance companies or festival organizers) with a particular priority in Middle and Eastern European Countries (4Culture/RO, Bimeras Culture Foundation/TR, CCN Montpellier/FR, Cullberg Ballet/SE, danceWEB/AT, Lokomotiva/MK, Southbank Centre / UK, Station/RS, Ultima Vez/BE, Workshop Foundation/HU).

Organizer: 4Culture Association

Partner: WASP – Working Art Space and Production

In the frame of Jardin d’Europe, with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

A cultural project funded by the Administration of the National Cultural Fund

Details and programme:

www.4culture.ro | waspstudios.wordpress.com | http://jardindeurope.eu/

facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/169077773270979/

Contact and information:

Ana Dragnea, project coordinator


*This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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