the workshop will develop the body's relationship to imagination
AGON programme is an informal education, research and self-development programme in the field of contemporary dance and performing arts.
The aim is to offer workshops and classes for performers in order to give support for artists that nowdays need master different techniques and modes of expression in order to attain a free and contemporary artistic expression. Agon offers situations of research and collaboration, through which participants gain multilayered knowledge, while at the same time it encourages them to connect and integrate different contents. Through dialogue, exchanges and collaboration, Agon provides improvement in technical mastery of skills and in development of participants’ creative potential.
in the May-June cycle of the workshop, we will work more thoroughly on the interpretation of text and on specific songs
we will snatch what’s strange, weird, voluptuous, or carnal out of the images that fire our imagination
This workshop proposes a discussion around architectures for dwelling and practice, an inclusive methodology that locates ways in which we begin to navigate the un-governability of all elements and potentially disruptive information associated with the maintenance of juxtaposing energies.
A one-day workshop is designed for choreographers/dancers and musicians/sound artists interested in examining the ways we view and implement sound in performance.
The burlesque workshop designed for actors, dancers and performers with some professional stage experience.
Vocal workshop is a weekly workshop for anyone interested in vocal research and expression. Experiences are not requested, regular participation is recommanded.
Experiential Anatomy - through Body Movement and Alignment Theory and Practice.
A research of different types of togetherness and spatial compositional awareness within a group.