Movement workshop for people with and without visual impairments / ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE

Movement workshop for people with and without visual impairments

iDance: Dance that doesn’t discriminate


JAN 2018-MAR 2018
For people with and without visual impairments
Exploring space and the body's potential in an original way, people with or without visual impairments will create, as a team, micro-choreographies based on techniques of contemporary dance and improvisation in order to compose our shared narrative.
Cost: 63 € (for all ten workshops in the cycle)
In an environment of trust and, mainly, of joy we will study together contemporary dance techniques, improvisation techniques and techniques of dance composition. Our aim is to create in every meeting our own “playground”, a space where we can discover anew the limits of our body and of space.

During the workshop we will work individually and as a group, we will also work in pairs using the method of body contact, while we will even wear...sleep masks, in order to gain a new perception of space and of the body. We will examine the different kinds of movements and also the various uses of space and we will exchange experiences in an effort to create a team that shares and interacts. And while at first we will start with small choreographed phrases, subsequently we will alternate them with improvisation so that in the end we will compose a single narrative using the individual micro-choreographies.


Iris Karayan: choreographer
Smaragda Vagia: dancer

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The programme is organized in the framework of the iDance network which is co-funded by the European programme Erasmus+

Addressed to:
People with and without visual impairments

On the Wednesdays: 19 and 26 January, 2, 9 and 23 February, 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 March 2018


63 € (for all ten workshops in the cycle)

The first day is a free trial

Reservation and more info:
T: 213 017 8002

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