Embodied ideas. Performing arts program of first avant- garde reinterpretation.
Online kick off
meeting for a premiere of performance „KOBRO” (working title), Łódź
in Warsaw, Poland
of the performance „KOBRO spaces”, Warsaw
Study visit of producers in Kosice
Slovakia (Event—Public), Kosice, SK
SUMMER INTENSIVE LABORATORY
in Sochaczew PL
Study visit of producers in Warsaw
and/or Sochaczew (Event—Public), Poland
InfoPack – SUMMER INTENSIVE LABORATORY – EMBODIED IDEAS
EMBODIED IDEAS – intensive lab and performance OPEN CALL
We invite you to this special summer intensive dedicated to young artists and art students, age 18-31, from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary creating in dance, theater and performing arts field. A one-week residential intensive laboratory for body work and site-specific composition which will be presented in the frame of International Festival Unity in Poland.
Where: Cultural Center in Sochaczew, Sochaczew, Poland (60 km from Warsaw)
When: 27August – 4 September 2022
Deadline for applications: 6th of July 2022
This is a second edition of this project and this year it will be a part of the project “Embodied ideas. Performing arts program of first avant-garde reinterpretation” which aims to develop cultural heritage of the first European avant-garde in the community of performative arts.
During everyday activities laboratory programme participants will practice dance and movement techniques. From the beginning they will take part in physical activities in public and natural spaces. On the basis of personal experience and inspirations related to different outdoor spaces and avant-garde concepts participants will develop actions, which will be incorporated into a final presentation during the International Festival Unity in Sochaczew.
Leading subject of International Laboratories of Movement and Dance will be the heritage of European avant-garde.
We will analyze the artists’ work in relation to natural spaces and social movements that took place in Central Europe, in particular in the Visegrad countries after World War I or in the interwar years. Following artists’ heritage will be inspiration for lab work: Polish sculpturer Katarzyna Kobro, Czech painter and drafter Toyen, Slovak painter and drafter Viera Kraicova and Slovak neo avant-garde artist Jana Žeblinská, Hungarian poet, novelist, painter and theoretician Lajos Kassák.
• 38 hours of laboratories
• 4 international teachers
• personal mentoring
• creative team work
• solid dose of knowledge on avant-garde conceptions and artists
• huge open training studio,
• 8 nights accommodations in the hotel or hostel
• daily meals
• covid-19 safety rules (max. .20 participants)
• free entrance for the events of the festival
• final performance presented in the frame of the festival
Leaders of the process: Jana Ryšlavá (CZ), Kat Rampáčková (SK), Viktória Makra (HU), Dawid Żakowski (PL)
Costs for participants:
170 EUR (8 nights all-inclusive (food, accommodation, seminar, labs))
Travel costs can be refunded up to 100 EUR based on the tickets or appropriate travel documentation (details will be presented to the participants in the recruitment process).
How to apply? The application process is open only for Czech, Slovak, Hungarian and Polish participants.
To apply for the workshop please use registration online form:
FINAL DEADLINE for APPLICATIONS: the 6th of July 2022
If you need more information please contact: PL/ENG – firstname.lastname@example.org phone: +48 505 476 863