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Grand re Union kick off. An international project by Art Stations Foundation, Movement Research and CouterPulse launches on Saturday

16 June 2020

Originally designed in-person conference in Poznan for June 2020, Grand re Union moves from being a ten-day in-person gathering to a 10 months platform for commissioning, collecting and archiving the intersecting, transdisciplinary practices of dance and choreography. The project is precipitated in response to growing extremism and polarization tearing at the fabric of inter-human and interspecies relations, and our connection to nature, positing that the body-based practice of dance and choreography can help heal our world.


First online event: Choreographing Change | Talk with the Curators of Grand re Union

Saturday 20 June 2020, 10:30pm CET | 1:30pm PST | 4:30pm EST 

Maciej Kuźmiński choreographs for the ArtEZ conservatory in Arnhem, Netherlands

8 June 2020

Rehearsals for Maciej Kuźmińskiʼs graduation film with the 1st year students of the ArtEZ conservatory in Arnhem, Netherlands are underway. The work was originally designed as a theatrical performance, but due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the format was changed to a film, and rehearsals and lessons take place remotely on the Zoom platform. The premiere is planned for the turn of June and July. The watchword is #Metamorphosis.


The choreographerʼs statement: Working remotely, in the reality of the Covid-19 pandemic, changes completely the approach to the student and the work itself. It is, of course, more challenging, it is hard to work in front of the screen 8-10 hours a day, being cut off from other students who, under normal conditions, are an inspiration, motivation to each other. But there are also positive sides to it. The process is fully focused on the individual – the student is from the beginning to the end fully responsible for the creative process, execution, framing. Of course, we have one-2-one consultations, but ultimately the student is responsible for the appearance of his work and its organisation.

Pictured: Gregory Vuyani Maqoma. Photo: Alon Skuy

International Dance Day 2020: Message from Gregory Vuyani Maqoma

29 April 2020

On the occasion of the International Dance Day 2020, the Institute of Music and Dance in cooperation with the Polish Centre of the International Theatre Institute (PO ITI) announce the world message by Gregory Vuyani Maqoma – a South African dancer, choreographer and pedagogue. We invite you to share the Message, which opens with the following words:


It was during an interview I had recently that I had to think deeply about dance, what does it mean to me? In my response, I had to look into my journey, and I realized that it was all about purpose and each day presents a new challenge that needs to be confronted, and it is through dance that I try to make sense of the world.




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