East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
Choreographic Territories - a showcase of Polish dance and choreographies in Tbilisi, Georgia, 1-3 June 2016
"CHOREOGRAPHIC TERRITORIES – EASTERN PARTNERSHIP" is a program aiming at presenting contemporary dance and choreographies made by best Polish artists, educators and theorists of dance affiliated with Polish Dance Platform 2014, full of dance presentations, workshops, meetings and debates placed in 4 countries participating in Eastern Partnership: Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia and Azerbaijan.
Project is realized in cooperation with experienced local cultural operatives and is a continuation of collaboration that began during PDP 2014 in Lublin and is aiming towards building a platform of exchange of experience and dialogue between dance scenes in Poland and between selected countries of EP. Program has a mission of “regaining” and strengthening of how East-Central Europe is perceived in a general historic discourse of contemporary dance and in actual circulation of contemporary art. We believe that building a common dance scene, realized above boundaries, should not only follow a warn trail of international tendencies, but also empower the local histories and give support to countries struggling with political and economical issues in the dance development.
1st June Rustaveli State Drama Theatre – experimental stage
17.30 - „Stalking Paradise”, Lublin Dance Theatre
Break (20 minutes)
18.45 - „Nijinsky. The rite of dreams”, Krawczyński/Wygoda/Godowska
trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDmL9KXx4VM )
2nd June Rustaveli State Drama Theatre – experimental stage
18.00 - „Insight”, Janusz Orlik
Break (20 minutes)
19:10- „Room 40”, Maciej Kuźmiński
"The modern technologies of the choreography"
1-2 June Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia State University
Teachers: Janusz Orlik, Daniela Komędera, Aurora Lubos, Anna Żak
The project is supported by The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in the frame of programme „Promotion of Polish culture abroad 2016 – Promesa“
Shota Rustaveli State Drama Theatre
South Caucasus Contemporary Dance & Experimental Art Festival, Tbilisi
Polish Embassy in Tbilisi