InArte returns in April with multiple encounters and discoveries. It backs to create a space of changes and thoughts about the Inclusive Dance, in Lisbon.
Is in the density of the time that it can be created a more balanced perspective on the inclusive dance landscape, a dance that tends to integrate others with distinct characteristics and different availabilities from so-called conventional bodies.
The idea centered on inclusion is mainly for the construction of a new relational stage. It is necessary that the human landscapes contaminate themselves, influence or simply meet each other. This step appears as a city, which social landscape is a multi-modal and transgenerational phenomenon, suggesting that the transformation of knowledge on issues of (dis) ability person be explored in a time of controversies and changes, as a sign of the human development potential. These bodies seen and analyzed each day as different, contain in their own body diversity a live identity.
This edition dedicated to training, promotes the international interchange, meetings and experience sharing between youth communities, companies and choreographers from Portugal, France, Denmark and Brazil.
The Vo'Arte in partnership with DK-BEL, Moinho da Juventude, Jovens Vozes de Lisboa, Companhia Livre Acesso and Peter Michael Dietz, launches artistic and human bridges through a creative dialogue by sharing languages, movements and different choreographic processes through workshops, artistic residencies, masterclasses and talks.
InArte provides training in the inclusive dance areas through two workshops of contemporary dance and choreographic research, guided by Ana Rita Barata and Bruno Rodrigues (CiM), Corinne Faure-Grise, Sophie Bulbulyan (DK-BEL), Whassyssa Magalhães (Associação Moinho da Juventude), Leila Abrahão (Companhia Acesso Livre) and Peter Michael Dietz (choreographer).
InArte opens horizons for other aesthetic domains, recognizing the difference as an integral part of the creative process.
Ana Rita Barata & Pedro Sena Nunes
“Projeto cofinanciado pelo Programa de Financiamento a Projetos pelo INR, I. P.”.