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news

Grand re Union LIVE: On Saturday, the April edition entitled “Interdependencies” will be held

14 April 2021

The LIVE program of April edition of the Grand re Union project will be held on Saturday, 17 April on Zoom platform under the title “Interdependencies”. In the course of our online meetings we will have a look at where choreographic practices are situated. 

The April edition of the Grand Re Union will feature Marta Keil and Zeyno Pekünlü –  invited artists, activists and thinkers, who will tackle the notion of interdependence and propose expanding the territory of choreography and viewing it from a broader perspective. Together with Begüm Özden Fırat, Daniel Blanga Gubbay, Evrim Kavcar, Pirate Care (Valeria Graziano and Tomislav Medak), Agata Siniarska and Katarzyna Słoboda, they will investigate the interdependence as a reciprocal relation with other humans and more-than-humans. Together with the invited guests we will address both the complexity of the ecosystem we operate in on an everyday basis and the problematics of care and ambiguity of solidarity, two terms that are being constantly repeated in the current discourse in the arts field and beyond.

Professional Performing Arts Awards 2020 – nominations for Robert Bondara and Maciej Kuźmiński

11 March 2021

Professional Performing Arts Awards is a prestigious prize granted by the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture. The three nominees for 2020 feature two Polish artists: Robert Bondara – nominated for his choreography Faustas at the Klaipeda State Music Theatre, and Maciej Kuźmiński – nominated for his choreography of the contemporary performance entitled i, produced by Šeiko Dance Company and Maciej Kuźmiński Company. The third nominee in this category is Erika Vizbaraité for her choreography of Apnea (Breathlessness).  

HOTELOKO movement makers is a partner of the European project DANCE HIGWAYS

23 February 2021

DANCE HIGHWAYS is a European project that brings together six contemporary dance partners – the Lʼespace ASDC and Zappulla DMN Company in Palermo, the Theatre Development Foundation ‘NEW WAVE’ and collective HOTELOKO movement makers in Warsaw, the THEATER DER KLÄNGE in Düsseldorf, Dansearena nord in Tromsø, La Fundicion in Bilbao and the Galerie Chorégraphique in Carcassonne. This international project, supported by the European Union within the framework of the EU Programme “Erasmus +”, will implement a European calendar of transnational mobilities, with the aim of sharing good practices between experts and offering ongoing professional training workshops for contemporary dancers. The calendar will be implemented between February 2021 and September 2022. Poland will be represented by Agata Życzkowska – a director, actress, manager and dance curator, and Adriana Liwara – a manager and coordinator of dance projects.

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