welcome - dance communication lab


20.09 - 23.09

Dance Communication Lab, organized within Creative Europe project Beyond Front@: Bridging Periphery and directed by choreographer Francesco Scavetta.
For four days, participants from 6 partner countries join an improvisation lab which concludes with a public improvisation on 23 September, presented within HERE:2023.

Find Open Call for the lab here: OPEN CALLAPPLY

Dance Communication Lab (DCL)

DCL is organized within the framework of Beyond Front@: Bridging Periphery – a Creative Europe project (2023-2026) created by Central Europe Dance Theatre – CEDT (Hungary), Bunker (Slovenia), HIPP (Croatia), Krakow Dance Theatre (Poland), M Studio (Romania) and Vitlycke – Centre for Performing Arts (Sweden) to foster local development of the contemporary dance fields.

DCL Vitlycke will take place 20-23 September 2023, in connection to the International Performing Arts Festival HERE:2023.

DCL at Vitlycke – WELCOME

During the DCL, the participants will be invited to explore the theme of WELCOMING. The greeting, welcoming rituals as brief, interactive experiences that brings the voice of every participant into the room and creates connections.
The DCL will be directed and led by choreographer, dancer and teacher Francesco Scavetta.
This DCL will conclude with a public improvised performance, presented on 23 September, the closing day of HERE:2023.

Francesco Scavetta

Francesco Scavetta has developed a reputation on the international dance scene for his wildly inventive work, playful humour and subversive intelligence and his company Wee/Francesco Scavetta is at the forefront of the Nordic dance scene.
Established in Oslo in 1999, together with Gry Kipperberg, Wee has produced 23 full length performances and experienced an extensive international activity, touring in 37 countries -in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, North, Central and South America.

Scavetta has had a long and extensive teaching experience and his method and research has been highly appreciated in Norway and abroad. Since 2005, the teaching project “A Surprised body” has been invited internationally in 44 countries in North, Central and South America, Europe, Africa, Middle and Far East. Scavetta has been giving classes, workshops and masterclasses, among others, at: IMPULSTANZ/Wien, P.A.R.T.S./Performing Arts Research Training Studios/Brussels, SEAD/Salzburg Experimental Dance Academy, Hot Summer Kyoto International Workshop Festival (Japan).
Read more about Francesco Scavetta here

Image: Tale Hednes

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