Performing Europe 2020 sezon 2
Jul 21, 2018 · 2 min read
The second season of Performing Europe 2020 will unveil new works from the advancing performing arts project artists.
The second season of Performing Europe 2020 Two Portuguese choreographers will take up the highly relevant topic of continuity in the creative process. In the second of the seven of pieces she plans to devise, Cláudia Dias will draw on a quote from the Communist Manifesto to explore how 'all that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned, and man is at last compelled to face with sober senses, his real conditions of life'. Being an avid collector, Raquel André in turn will come to Warsaw to expand her 'Collection of Lovers' and 'Collection of Artists'. We will also welcome Ramona Nagabczyńska, who will invite you to spy on her ever changing twin characters in 'More' and Peter Stamer, who will guide us through the experience of creating a virtual dance centre. Peter Stamer (Germany), Building a Dance House - imagination lab 16–20 July 2018 + open showcase featuring the lab's participants: 21 July 2018, 7 pm, free admission Warsaw Dance Department Raquel André (Portugal) 'Collection of Lovers' 21 July 2018, 8 pm Tickets: R – 30 zł, C – 20 zł + meeting with the artist, + opportunity to buy the book 'Collection of Lovers' + artistic residency STUDIO Teatrgaleria Cláudia Dias (Portugal) – 'TUESDAY: ALL THAT IS SOLID MELTS INTO AIR' 24 July 2018, 7 pm Tickets: R – 30 zł, C – 20 zł + meeting with the artist, + opportunity to buy the book 'Tuesday' STUDIO Teatrgaleria Performing Europe is a four-year European programme launched by eleven members of the advancing performing arts project, or apap, which is a network of dance organisations. Implemented between 2016 and 2020 across ten European countries and Lebanon, the programme supports forty selected artists, the production of new dance and performing art pieces, and international collaborations and showcases. Performing Europe is open to diverse forms of expression, exploration of relevant socio-political issues, and unorthodox presentation venues. During the programme's first season, in 2017, we realised fourteen different projects in Warsaw, attracting 5317 spectators in total. The projects were all held under the umbrella theme of 'Theatre open to the audience'. Apart from performance showcases, there were artistic residencies, coproductions, educational projects, workshops, and film screenings.