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Choreographic Captures Competition 2011 - Deadline April 30
We are happy to announce the Deadline for the Fourth International Choreographic Captures Competition: April 30, 2011!
We invite filmmakers, media artists, directors, choreographers and dancers from all over the world to create short choreographic art…
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One poor and one 0 by BADco. (Croatia)
World premiere: 17.-19.10.2008 @ 19:30 Dom im Berg, Graz
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We have received an overwhelming response by artists in Greece, Cyprus, Germany, Italy, USA, Canada, Tunisia, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Spain and more! As a result we have decided to extend the submissions deadline to April 10th, 2011 to allow more artists more time to send us their work. Keep the submissions coming, there’s extraordinary material and we’re so excited to find out about it! The call for submissions is…Continue
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10 years after: Today is the 28th of March, 2011, exactly 10 years after the first Ballettikka Internettikka live Internet performance by Igor Štromajer & Brane Zorman Photo: TV Slovenia (Saša Šavel) reports about the first Ballettikka Internettikka from Kapelica Gallery in Ljubljana, 28 March 2001.…Continue
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There were a ton of little snags along the way, but I built a small, simple program entirely out of Max/MSP (dynamic metronome - I posted about it in December) that I have since built an installer for using NSIS ( nsis.sourceforge.net ).
I'm pretty stoked about the idea that I can use Max to build a professional .exe from the ground up and distribute it.
I have a beta version available for download…Continue
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|An dance-tech.net will be there!!|
In recent years, technological innovations have given rise to a new field, dance technology. Populated by artist-practitioners,…Continue
Experimental music, dance and technology collaboration.
The Holy Mountain, The other side of oneself, Lithium, Ferrum.
Music: Joshua Cottam
Choreography/Concept/Visesthetics: Kate Pāvula collab. Ali Brady
University Falmouth / Dartington College of Arts / 2011
LIVE STREAMING : Tonight,…
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Dance, Politics, and Co-Immunity
Go to the complete video archive of the lectures
The international symposium “Dance, Politics & Co-Immunity“ is
dedicated to the question of how dance, both in its historical and in
its contemporary manifestations, is intricately linked to
conceptualisations of the political. Whereas in this…
Mercat de les Flors…Continue
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Rise Up, Fallen Angel is an Integrated Media Performance that will involve live improvised music accompanying images projected on three large screens. The curator will group the images so they will be displayed to create a non-linear narrative relating to…Continue
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Train under the best dance instructors at one of the most acclaimed academies at no cost to you.
To find out how to get your scholarship, go to:
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Festival Némo au Cube / Performance
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