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Het Wilde Western

Common Stage is a stage in Utrecht-West where Het Wilde Western create Improvisation Performances with people from different backgrounds, ages, and artistic experiences. Visitors of the Ubuntuhuis, which include people from the asylum seekers’ center, students from social or artistic courses, and local residents come to play. Since Common Stage is on Monday afternoons, Het…

UrbanDig

UrbanDig is an artistic, participatory site-based research project developed by theatre maker and engineer Giorgos Sachinis and the Ohi Pezoumi, an arts collective from Athens. Every UrbanDig project begins at a specific spot in the city and involves the different people who live and work there. Together, artists and neighbourhood participants explore the synergy, the…

Dançando com a Diferença

Dançando com a Diferença emerged as a pilot project in 2001 in the Autonomous Region of Madeira. It was intended to implement Inclusive Dance activities, which did not exist in Madeira at that time and years later it was established as a professional company that currently has several objectives, including the possibility of bringing together…

Tiuri

Theater workshop Tiuri believes that everyone has talent, and that those talents must be made visible. In particular for people with disabilities. In their theater workshop they we train participants, people with a (cognitive) disability, to become theater makers. The players learn to act, dance, move and gain insight into how a performance is made.…

Artistic Ensemble at San Quentin Prison

The Artistic Ensemble is a troupe of 16 diverse men in prison working with 5 outside members. In their explorations to discover how they can reach the public; they also discover more about what it means to be human by connecting with each other. Their creative process is dialogic. Together they explore social inequalities with…

Corpo Máquina

Driven by the belief that theater is a public space and art is a public service Corpo Máquina has been working since 2017 under the artistic direction of founder and choreographer Guilherme Miotto to shape an independent platform that traverses existing structures. This collaborative and ongoing work aims to fuse talent development, physical activity, professional…

Purkinje’s Vision – Isadora Paz Taboada

Isadora is a Honduran-Argentinian dance artist who studied development, politics and culture. Co-founder of DA escenica, an independent collaborative project and comprehensive performing arts workshop, she promotes collective inquiry through dance and movement research in marginalized neighborhoods of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. There, she leads The way back community: raising youth voices, empowering presence and participation through…

Crown Troupe of Africa

Nigeria has a long history surrounding arts-in-education, which, in many African countries, often blends with community-based art. As such, participatory arts often provide inspiration for young people in under-resourced areas where options for employment or further education are extremely limited and the temptations of less desirable career paths are ever present.   In the second half…

Dansnest

Dansnest (‘Dance Nest’) creates dance performances in public space. They always aim to incorporate all animate and inanimate things in that space in the creative process. This transforms every Dansnest choreography into a dynamic search for interaction between dancers, environment and passers-by.   Dansnest never comes to a space with pre-set patterns and moves; it rather…

Antonio Bukhar & Faizal Ddamba

Antonio Bukhar & Faizal Ddamba are two Ugandese performing artists who are both interested in exploring the relation between European contemporary choreography and African traditional dance, and introducing dance in community settings in and around their native Kampala.  Historically, in the music, dance and arts-scene of many African countries there has been a discussion about…