10 December 2014
What is dance and who is a dancer? An open discussion on the active participation of people with disabilities in culture.
What new challenges does bodily difference pose for choreographers and dancers? How do the established narratives change in a context of this sort? In the end, what is dance and who is a dancer? To what degree should we rethink the terms we use to analyze and interpret dance works?
is a programme of actions and workshops for people with and without disabilities which was staged in the summer of 2013 in four countries: the UK, Portugal, Croatia and Greece. Its aim: to develop best practices in the commissioning, creating and staging of performing arts events involving people with disabilities.
Unlimited access to culture and the arts: Watch the conversation on video
read moreEntrance to all the events in the “Talks and Thoughts” Cycle is free and on a first come, first served basis.
The distribution of entrance tickets begins one (1) hour before each event.
Simultaneous translation is provided in the case of speakers using a language other than Greek.
The "Talks & Thoughts" events are also live streamed on sgt.gr.
The videos are also available after the end of the shows.