Thursday, November 5, 2020
Hands on: Community Dance Practice - with Prof. Ingo Reulecke
The second lecture in the series on Dance & Community Building - Utopian Practice in the 21st Century will discuss the work of Prof. Ingo Reulecke, a choreographer and real-time-composer, mentor and educator at the Hochschulubergreifendes Zentrum Tanz Berlin and the Ernst-Busch-Hochschule. We’ll talk about his Community Dance experience working with youth at the vocational college, Euro Akademie Berlin, and more recently, with artists in Iran. Ingo Reulecke will offer real-time exercises for those willing to take off their shoes and experience some simple ways that the non-dancer can be moved, and enlightened—giving theory from the first lecture a pragmatic and experiential handle.
Moderated by: Jacalyn Carley, co-founder of the Tanzfabrik Berlin, choreographer, and author of “A Handbook: Royston Maldoom: Community Dance—Everyone Can Dance!”
More upcoming events in this series:
Tues., Nov 10 - What Community Dance can Achieve: Looking at the Life and Work of Royston Maldoom — with Royston Maldoom (Pioneer of Community Dance, numerous international projects and awards, Order of the British Empire recipient)
This lecture series forms the first part of a course that will be offered in the spring entitled "Dance and Community Building: Utopian Practice in the 21st Century". It is sponsored by the Mellon Consortium on Forced Migration, Displacement and Education.
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