THE FESTIVAL

Welcome to an international dance festival

METAMORPHOSIS

IMPROVISATION & MOVEMENT RESEARCH

A dance festival that aims for research and exploration around Improvisation.

 

We wish to create a space for our participants to expand their physical awareness and experience fully emersive days dedicated to movement research. This includes but is not limited to technical training, experiential practices, and heightened awareness of performative states and greater articulation.

 

The festival will take place 2 July-7 July 2019 at Solvikskolan, a Waldorf School and Anthroposophic Center in Ytterjärna, Sweden, 50km south of Stockholm near the sea. During the week participants will have access to daily classes and workshops, open studio time, full accommodation, nature landscape and organic/biodynamic food.

 

Metamorphosis invites international teachers and facilitators with various backgrounds to share their interests, knowledge, research and experience in the field of dance and improvisation. This festival is for the purpose of creating a community wherein people can come together and in the interest of dance, share material for learning, challenge each others habits, and help each other develop practices that help sustain their creative pursuits.

This year we will accommodate 40 participants, 20 individuals per session, providing people with a collective community experiences as well as a time for intimate intensive research.

The confirmed Intensive teachers and musicians of this years edition will be ::

- Adam Schütt (SE)

- Anya Cloud (US)

- Katja Mustonen (FI)

- Nevo Ben Knaan (IL)

Musician ::

- Alex Zampini (IT/GER)

More information on the "Facilitator" page

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 Metamorphosis Sweden     c/o Johan Nilsson,   Grävstavägen 25,   153 94 Hölö,   Sweden     metamorphosissweden@gmail.com   

METAMORPHOSIS is arranged 

in collaboration with Ecosoma Institutet

www.ecosoma.eu

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