East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
EEPAP Performative Centre: „Politicality of contemporary choreographic practices” seminar, 7-9 Mar 2017 (Lublin, Poland)
SHORT NOTICE: Open Call for the seminar on politicality of choreographic practices and participation in Xavier Le Roy’s rehearsals - EEPAP Performative Centre
March 7-9, 2017, Lublin (Poland)
The EEPAP Performative Centre announces an open call for 8 performing arts thinkers and practitioners from the East European region who would like to take part in the seminar „Politicality of contemporary choreographic practices” that will take place in Lublin from the 6th to the 9th of March 2017. During the seminar the participants will be able to take part in the rehearsals of Xavier Le Roy and a group of artists cooperating with him on the „Low Pieces” performance.
The seminar will be moderated by Marta Keil.
The EEPAP Performative Centre covers the costs of travel and accommodation for the seminar participants.
There is no tuition fee.
Please send your cv and a short motivation letter to the address [email protected] until the 15th of February. We will contact you until the 17th of February.
Deadline: 15th of February 2017
The EEPAP Performative Centre was established as a research and artistic practice laboratory which creates and elaborates the discourse around contemporary performing arts practices. One of the core tasks of the Centre is to build and develop discourse and critical reflection related to contemporary choreographic and performative practices. The program of the Centre consists of research and residency projects, seminars, discussions and workshops with Polish and international creators and theoreticians, always combining critical and artistic practice in the field of contemporary performing arts.
The Centre’s mission is to create a space which enables an open, animated dialogue which is free from market principles and hierarchical academic structures. The Centre’s main goal is to offer artists, thinkers and culture workers time and space to think and practice instead of forcing them to produce a new event, “a cut-and-dried commodity.” The space of the Centre is liberated from the necessity to continually produce new shows, plays, events, premieres and showcases. Instead, the Centre offers a space which is focused on developing choreographic and performing arts practices and, by doing so, on strengthening a critical reflection around them in the social, political and economic context.
The EEPAP Performative Centre is a new initiative by the East European Performing Arts Platform and is curated by Marta Keil.