N@H_WIE_FERN | ANDREA MARTON, SILKE Z.
THE PROJECT N@H_WIE_FERN IS A CROSS-REGIONAL SHARING OF DANCE-ARTISTIC METHODS BETWEEN THE CHOREOGRAPHERS ANDREA MARTON FROM MUNICH AND SILKE Z. FROM COLOGNE. BOTH SELECT A DANCE-ARTISTIC METHOD THAT IS PRESENT AND PROMINENT IN THEIR CURRENT WORK TO MAKE IT AVAILABLE TO THE OTHER FOR TESTING, DEVELOPING IT FURTHER IN A DIALOGICAL WAY WITHIN A LABORATORY FORMAT.
Both work participatively with intergenerational groups in public and informal spaces and make people over and under 60 visible in their work. In the exchange of methods, scores, results and in parallel work, a sustainable and artistic connection between the groups in Cologne and Munich is created, which culminates in a showing and a symposium on 10 December (10-17.00) in Munich. The symposium will include a ThinkTank with dance practitioners and cultural institutions to jointly negotiate success factors and quality criteria. The symposium is sponsored by the Munich Department of Culture.
n@h_wie_fern: Symposium on dance education and dance art in intergenerational projects
Silke Z/Cologne and Andrea Marton/tog@ther/Munich will give insights into their methodical approaches to artistic work with intergenerational groups in two practical workshops. The result of three months of sharing can be seen in the form of a short performance with tog@ther, a Munich project group by Andrea Marton with people between the ages of 14 and 82.
10 December 10 am – 3 pm
Studio 2, Kreativquartier, Dachauerstr. 112
Afterwards (4-6 p.m.), there will be a moderated Think Tank on the success factors of intergenerational projects: dance professionals and people from the cultural and funding landscape of the city of Munich and the surrounding area are invited to take part in the discourse.
Registration via firstname.lastname@example.org