RESONANCE – Festival of dance, reflection and investigation.
nunArt as a center for the creation, training and dissemination of the performing arts in Barcelona and with a history of more than 10 years supporting and giving space to a diverse and rich audience, of very different interests and levels, organizes in July 2021 an intensive dance project that wants to welcome a reflexive practice, multiple feelings and to approach the creative process from the body as a tool for personal, social and poetic transformation.

Where: nunArt Guinardó, Barcelona, Spain

When: 5-9 of July, 2021

Deadline for applications: 30th of June, 2021

After the experience of the Lion’s Jaw Festival held in the summer of 2019, and the years organizing the nunOff Festival, we propose several sessions from July 5 to 9 2021 with the aim of creating an indisciplined space that puts the focus in dance as a practice capable of providing knowledge and transformation to the world.

The format will be workshops of movement and creation, guided conversations and exhibitions, where several professionals who currently develop in-depth work in pedagogy, stage creation processes, philosophy or body practice, will share their vision with the aim of generating a network of different ways to approach research. A choral embodied thought surrounding the practice of dance and its creative processes.

Teachers of the 21’s edition are: Andrea Soto (Doctor of Philosophy), Anna Roblas (pedagogue, creator, dancer), Clémentine Télésfort (dancer and creator), Constanza Brnčić (creator, dancer, researcher), Adriano Galante (musician), Pablo Arias (musician, performer), Gisela Creus, (dancer, creator, teacher) and Laura Vilar (dancer, creator, teacher and researcher), among others.

This proposal wants to provide a rich space for meeting, research and exchange with the potential to generate an impact on the contribution to artistic research.

To apply please fill out this application form:

Costs for participants: 300 euros

Contact details:
Instagram: @nunartguinardo
Address: carrer del Telègraf, 67, 08041, Barcelona

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