11 years after the solo “Dance a playful body”, Andreea Novac and István Téglás came together again in a show that scenically translates the current…
Considering the organization on site, but also online of the Days of the “Fountains of the South” and of the completion of the performative route – pilot cultural circuit, made up of two parts, we prepared its digital route.
SINGING BODIES ’TRILOGY is a three-part contemporary dance performance that encapsulates the kinesthetic and sensory experiences of three choreographers in relation to the city in which they live. It was born as a result of collective research and creation processes carried out both in the public space and in the rehearsal room.
On 20 June 2021, the Omnia Photo Association will hold a “fountain” workshop together with the local storytellers that the team met in Bobicești, Olt and with whom it interacted during the field activity and in the creation of the fountain.
This year at 𝙁𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙖𝙡𝙪𝙡 𝙒𝙖𝙡𝙠 & 𝙎𝙝𝙤𝙤𝙩, the participants in the workshops had the opportunity to visually explore under the guidance of Ioana Moldovan the preparation of a show for a performance.
“Uitasem” is a show inspired by the real story of a kid from Galati who was isolated by his mother in a garage and raised to believe that he is the reincarnation of Jesus Christ. The news made the rounds on television in 2007-2008, then rarely heard anything about the subject.
activity A4 “Fountains of the South” a Cultural Performance Route, the Omnia Photo team completed the A4.1 sub-activity “Participatory realization of the documentary map of the public water fountains in the chosen pilot area – Bobicești Municipality, Olt County and well-related customs”.
For ten days there will be photo workshops with a central theme, online discussions about photography and challenges in the field, an exhibition on diversity on the performing arts scene, as well as a concept store with author prints signed by the collaborating artists of the WS program.
“This year is a difficult one for the independent cultural sector – the one that the festival represents through the selected shows -, instability and continuous reconfiguration are the hallmarks of these months, challenges to which we try to respond creatively and flexibly. The selection of shows in this edition of Caleido continues the directions developed in previous years – cultural and ethnic diversity, dialogue and constructive debate – with a focus on a number of themes that we find relevant in the current context: stereotypes, feminism, communities, recent history. The theme of the festival – society – escapes the trap of generalization through the magnifying glasses we choose to apply to it, with a stake in stimulating the plurality of perspectives and in encouraging the positive confrontation of ideas. ”
photo workshops with a central theme, online discussions about photography and challenges in the field, an exhibition on diversity on the performing arts scene, as well as a concept store with author prints signed by the collaborating artists of the WS program.