Next Generation

5. Tanz Biennale Köln 19.02.106

BIENNALE NEXT GENERATION

For the first time, the Dance Education Biennial is working in coop- eration with the Tanztreffen der Jugend, directed by Dr. Christina Schulz. Ten former participants of the Tanztreffen are invited to meet students and teachers during the Biennial in order to gain insights into different dance education courses. In practical and discursive workshops (with Jara Serrano Gonzalez, among others) and working sessions, the participants will share their plans for the future, questions and wishes. They will be accompanied by Christina Wüstenhagen as their mentor.

Programme „next generation“

Monday, 26 February

Arrival

19h00: One Hundred Twists & Turns, Programme 1, HAU1

Tuesday, 27 February

9h30-10h00: Morning input, Studio 14, Uferstudios

10h15-11h45: raining, Uferstudios

13h30-17h30: AKT members and guests offer insight into different study programmes for dance, Studio 1, Uferstudios

19h00: One Hundred Twists & Turns, Programme 2, HAU1

Wednesday, 28 February

9h30-10h00: Morning input, Studio 14, Uferstudios

10h15-11h45: Training, Uferstudios

13h30-17h30: Workshop with Jara Serrano Gonzalez, Studio 1, Uferstudios

Thursday, 1 March

9h30-10h00: Morning input, Studio 14, Uferstudios

10h15-11h45: Training, Uferstudios

13h30-17h30: Workshop with Jara Serrano Gonzalez, Studio 1, Uferstudios

Friday, 2 March

9h00-10h30: Training, Uferstudios

11h00-21h00: Conference “Matters of Engagement”, Studio 14, Uferstudios

Saturday, 3 March

10h00-11h45: Feedback, Studio 1, Uferstudios

Departure

© Matthias Heyde

Christina Wüstenhagen

Christina Wüstenhagen (born 1989) works as a freelance dancer in Berlin. She initiates and leads various dance and culture projects in cooperation with theatres, museums and schools. As a result of her combined interest in dance, media and the discovery of new, interactive presentation formats, she creates interdisciplinary artistic works in collaboration with the artist networks SuB Kultur e.V and Dreitausend e.V. She has realised contemporary dance productions and community dance projects as a part of the Berlin dance collective Tangente Company. The creative home of the collective is at TanzTangente in Berlin.

Foto: Ziegler

Jara Serrano Gonzalez

Jara Serrano Gonzalez (born in 1983 in Madrid) studied classical ballet at the Ballet School Victor Ullate in Madrid from 1994-2002. Thereafter she completed her contemporary dance education at the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten (2002-06). For the last two years she has been concentrating on developing her dance methodology “I.S.B. Dance” and “Children’s Dance and Creative Movement”. She is currently studying in the MA “Choreography” programme at HZT Berlin.