Biennale programme 2022
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BOOK PRESENTATION: CULTURAL POLICY FOR ARTS EDUCATION
The Research Program of the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policy for the Arts in Development at the University of Hildesheim in Germany brought together experts from the Universities in Dar Es Salam, Kampala, Nairobi, Pretoria, Johannesburg, Casablanca and Tunis and further independent researchers to exchange concepts in Cultural Policy for Arts Education. Discussed with the participants of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering.
c/o UNG TEATER - AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON ACTING TRAINING
Four persons from four countries meet in a conversation to elucidate and discuss views on theatre for youth and what place it could be given in acting education from an international perspective.
CELEBRATING INDIGENOUS VOICES - PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE
A unique opportunity to experience indigenous artists speaking about their artistic work, including artistic languages and narratives. Celebrating Indigenous Voices - what stories are we telling, and what stories we want to tell in the future.
CREATING PERFORMANCES FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES WHO HAVE THE MOST BARRIERS TO ACCESS
Workshops for actors and dancers with Ellie Griffiths (UK) and Natasha Gilmore (SCT-UK) Ellie Griffiths is artistic director of Oily Cart Theatre and has been a performer and director in several of their performances. Oily Cart Theatre, who in 2022 is celebrating 40 years of artistic work, creates sensory performances for children who have the most barriers to access. Natasha Gilmore - choreographer, founder, and artistic director of Barrowland Ballet
DIGITAL LEAP - CREATING AND SHARING DIGITAL KNOWLEDGE IN ARTISTIC PRODUCTION
Creating and sharing digital knowledge in artistic production. Digital Leap offers a training programme and free learning resources – Cookbooks – for circus and dance professionals who are interested in deepening their understanding of digital tools and virtual platforms.
GAGA - TRAINING WITH DANSALLIANSEN
Dansalliansen offer GAGA Dancers training for dancers and physical actors during Bibu. Coach: Emma Rozgoni, certified Gaga instructor
KEYNOTE SEMINAR - CREATING POSSIBILITIES AND CO-CREATING ARTISTIC WORK
For children and youth with complex needs. Key note by Ellie Griffiths, Oily Cart theatre with special guest speaker Fiona Ferguson, Imaginate.
LET'S TALK ABOUT MONEY
Or is that something we shouldn't talk about? How does a performing artist make a living? We put a couple of questions on the round table about markets, attitudes towards money and maybe touch some taboos..... In this kitchen table talk we will meet experienced dance professionals that will give their answers to questions like "is there an international market for performing arts?" and " if so, what does it
REPRESENTATION, CREATION AND INSPIRATION
Glad Theatre has taken the initiative to create a series of international artist residencies in which they invite artists who inspires them into spaces of creation and exploration. Their first artist residency was created in collaboration with the London-based theatre Complicité.
International committee selection
Shel We is an enchanting, playfully intriguing and visually stunning dance show created by Tupua Tigafua. A highly accomplished dancer and choreographer who has had an illustrious career dancing for some of Aotearoa’s creative elite and one of the most ingenious storytellers of this generation.
THE NORDIC BALTIC HOUSE - LATVIA
LATVIA Workshop: What is a contemporary theatre show for children and young people today? “The Children’s and Youth Theater Institute” is developing and researching a method that allows theatre professionals to acquire the necessary skills in creating contemporary theatre show for children and youth, respecting the needs of the audience at a particular age. Workshop and discussion with Jānis Znotiņš - director of Valmiera’s Summer theatre children and youth program.
THE ROLE OF THE ONLINE FORMAT IN THE THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES (TYA)
The round table "The role of the online format in the TYA". We will think how online projects can help our live international events become better prepared, lower in cost and more eco-friendly.
THEATRE FOR EMERGING TRUTH AND LIBERATORY ACTIONS
The session highlights the Applied Theatre processes being worked with the children, of urban slums and schools, focusing on education system, climate sustainability practices, Peace & Justice.
THINKING ABOUT ARTISTIC CREATION FOR EARLY YEARS - MASTERCLASS with Barbara Kölling
Small Size Network invites you to a collective reflection and dialogue about artistic creation for early years facilitated by Barbara Kölling, artistic director of Helios theater from Hamm, Germany. The conversations will have as point of departure two performances in the Bibu programme, so we strongly encourage you to see these performances at Bibu (if you have not seen them at other festivals). The performances are “Saltbush” by Insite Arts
WOW, WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT?
Performance dramaturgy in contemporary circus The “wow-effect” is great in the genre of circus.The artists are risking their lives before us, the comic of the scene surprises and the human potential is strained making us feel that anything is possible.