Dance in the Museum: Who cares?

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Fontys Dance Department at Fontys School of Fine and Performing Arts in Tilburg, The Netherlands organized an Intensive Study Program (ISP) Re-Designing Spaces for teachers as well students in October 2015. The ISP is part of the large research Inclusive Dance. The transferable skills of the dance artist. This platform is the outcome of the research, ending in 2017.

The after talk goes into the necessity and methods on performing or dancing in the public domain like museums.

The Lecture was given by London based choreographer and writer Sara Wookey (US/UK), based on her new publication “Who Cares: Dance in the Gallery & Museum”, that came out in June 2015 in London. Wookey is experienced in research-based workshops on location, public streets and the metro station. Amongst others, she performed ‘Trio A’ by Yvonne Rainer. She did different projects in museums like Tate Modern & VanAbbe museum. Also she did a research project in Judson Dance Theatre. 

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