Unfortunately, we have to cancel this workshop due to an injury of one of the dancers.
Along with dancers from Rosas, children can take their first tentative steps into the world of dance. Tempo, improvisation, agility, and body control are the central focus of this swinging workshop, set to the saxophone of John Coltrane.
July 1968. The legendary Paradise Now by The Living Theatre premieres at the Festival d’Avignon. The actors attempted to unleash a revolution by getting the audience into a state of readiness. Half a century later, Michiel Vandevelde is exploring the vestiges of the legacy of May ’68. Will new future perspectives open up when thirteen young people survey a half century of history in a wild choreography of iconic images?
Anneleen shares some tools she worked with when creating The moon is the moon is the moon. These tools are not based on technique, but on imagination and sensations. Guided improvisations allow you to discover your personal movement language and to create simple dance phrases that are unique to your body. No dance experience required!
The world-renowned 89-year-old ecofeminist Joanna Macy wants more than passive hope. Why do we wait for impulses from outside to effect genuine change? In her latest book Active Hope, she offers concrete instruments for you to play an active role in the ‘Great Revolution’, geared towards a feasible and sustainable future for the environment, humanity, and society.
Theatre directors Leen De Graeve and Sarah Bourgeois will fantasize about a new land with the children, and then act out being its inhabitants. How do they greet one another, how do they treat newcomers? At the end, parents will be treated to a mini-performance!
The Globe Aroma Arts Centre offers newcomers and refugees space to develop artistically. We have invited some of these artists to spend the day with the kids! Expect creative perspectives from across the globe!
You can see the world with your eyes. But are there other ways to discover what is happening around you? This playful workshop shows you what it is like to be blind, by feeling, listening and dancing yourself. Saïd Gharbi started dancing for Ultima Vez and Wim Vandekeybus in 1992.
De Muziekboom stimulates young children to develop their musical talents. In this workshop, they will use their own body as though it were an instrument. Then they can try out real musical instruments. Based on an existing score, they can make their own composition, which they can take home at the end to keep making music!
Along with a group of children, Jorge León explores playful perspectives on the theme of immortality. The children will pretend to die and come back to life, join fun activities around the end and leaving, perform the end of a play, and explore ways of leaving the stage and entering it again.
Along with unpractised singers, Myriam Van Imschoot and Willem de Wolf are exploring the rehearsal process of a choral production. The misses, repetitions and mistakes that occur in the process form the performance material of this production. Because people are at their most vulnerable when they can’t (yet) do what they most desire.
In the performance Crazy But True, children between the ages of eight and eleven form a panel of experts. A text is whispered to them via headsets. They repeat what they hear, and thus present a growing list of extraordinary facts.