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ByJudith Brückmann

Interview towards new horizons

The biennial conference, “Matters of Engagement” is about the relationship between dance and politics and above all about the shifts in social and institutional frameworks.

Interview: Elena Philipp

A conference is usually programmed as part of the Dance Education Biennial but the choice of theme and configuration is up to the host organisation. In the following interview, curator Florian Malzacher, Nik Haffner, artistic director of the HZT and artistic associate Britta Wirthmüller explain why and in which ways they have reconfigured the format for 2018.

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ByJudith Brückmann

Moved by the political discourse

Im Hebbel am Ufer beginnt die 6. »Biennale Tanzausbildung« – mit Gastspielen auch aus Iran und Ägypten | Von Volkmar Draeger

“Und doch gibt es Neues. Das Hochschulübergreifende Zentrum Tanz als Veranstalter hat das Treffen unter das Motto »Dancing in the Street. Was bewegt Tanz?« gestellt und fragt nach den gesellschaftspolitischen Themen, die den Tanz beschäftigen und sich in ihm spiegeln.”

Published on Reading length: 4 Min. / In German

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ByJudith Brückmann

Dance Education Biennial – Education and job perspectives for dancers

Length 04:50 Minuten in German, Author Kemna, Verena
Feature Campus & Karriere, Audio file Mediatheklink

Online until  8. September 2018 – 15:53 hours

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Press Releases

Hier finden Sie Pressemitteilungen und Bildmaterial für die 6. Biennale Tanzausbildung 2018. Das Bildmaterial können Sie für die aktuelle Berichterstattung bei Nennung des jeweiligen Copyrights honorarfrei nutzen. Wenn Sie über die 6. Biennale Tanzausbildung berichten möchten, Infomaterial benötigen oder eine Interviewanfrage haben schreiben Sie bitte an Judith Brückmann j.brueckmann@hzt-berlin.de

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ByJudith Brückmann

PR Biennale Dance Education 2018

Dancing in the Street. Was bewegt Tanz?

On the 26 and 27/2/2018, more than 100 students from eight German and five international dance
education institutions will present choreographies with vocabulary that ranges from classical ballet
to contemporary dance. The public presentations will be performed by third and fourth year
choreography students. Alongside the dancers from German education institutions are guests
invited from education centres in Egypt, Belgium, Iran, Senegal and the USA.
The two evenings will mark the beginning of the 6th Dance Education Biennial. Under the title
“Dancing in the Street. What moves dance?” the 2018 Biennial brings into focus the reciprocal
relationship between dance and social and political themes. The Biennial exists to create a working
platform for the exchange and networking between students and teachers and artists.

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ByJudith Brückmann

press contact

For interview request, press tickets oder any other questions please contact
Judith Brückmann j.brueckmann@hzt-berlin.de

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