Forthcoming events in 2015

 

21 May and 25 May: TERMINUS / THE EXPECTED DATE OF DELIVERY

A series of interactive scenes inspired by personal stories and staged by theatre professionals, presented with the tools of participatory theatre. The event is partner with BIRTH project and mOtherness event.

Created by: Boros Kinga, Dálnoky Csilla, Czikó Juliánna, Kozma Attila (working language: HU)
Design: Timka

Place: Petőfi Kávéház, Csíkszereda/Miercurea Ciuc, RO

Time: 21 May 7 p.m. and 25 May, 9 p.m.

Organizers: Council of Hargita County, Cultural Centre of Harghita County, Transylvanian Artistic Association, Petőfi Café.

Press coverage: interview with the organizers.

temrinus

 

23 May: THE MIRROR / TÜKÖR – ORADEA, RO

During the first edition of the Infinite Dance Festival in Oradea, RO – Otherness Dialogues, in partnership with Játéktér/Playing Area journal, holds a workshop for dancers, entitled: The Mirror.

Facilitator: Lilla Proics – teacher, journalist (working language: HU, EN)

Supported by: Infinite Dance Festival

infinite dance

20 May – 5 December: OTHERNESS IN DIALOGUE – CLUJ

Inspired from Othernessproject, young artists have launched their initiative of collecting personal stories, publishing them and concieving open air performances in the streets of Cluj.

Concept developers: Csilla Makkai – student, intern at Othernessproject, Claudiu Lorand Maxim – stage director, Association Reciproca (working language: EN, RO, HU)

Supported by: Com’on Cluj-Napoca.

Press coverage: a report.

 

19 June: FUTURE PERFECT – CLUJ

Part of Otherness Dialogues, a cross-disciplinary body-mind-soul workshop for students of different faculties in order to raise awareness of the differences and similarities of tools and methods of different disciplines and faciliate a dialogue among students and thus disciplines as well.

Facilitator: Imre Ungvári-Zrínyi – associate professor at UBB (working language: EN, HU).

Concept developers: Mária Albert, Kinga Boros, Réka Dunkler, Rita Sebestyén, Csaba Szilágyi-Palkó, Imre Ungvári-Zrínyi, Ildikó Ungvári-Zrínyi, Anikó Varga.

Supported by: Communitas Foundation.

 

30 July – 10 August: OTHERNESS METHODOLOGY

A summer camp for Otherness facilitators – theatre professionals, researchers, theorists – in order to conceive a collection of tools, methods and games used during the workshops of Otherness Dialogues. Within one year we are planning to launch a book with our own methodology. During one open day of the summer camp the facilitators will host all those interested in their work – short workshops, showcases, round-table discussions and a cup of coffee and tea are offered.

Concept developers: Denmark: Lars Henning, Louise Søeborg Ohlsen / Malta: Marco Galea / Romania: Mária Albert, Kinga Boros, Réka Dunkler, Boglárka Prezsmer, Rita Sebestyén, Anikó Varga, Ildikó Ungvári-Zrínyi, Imre Ungvári-Zrínyi / Uganda: Denis Muwanguzi.

Place: Baile Tusnad, RO.

 

1-2 August: LANGUAGES, COMMUNITIES
Workshop for community developers, cultural managers and social workers

 

8-9 August: REALITY FROM THE MEDIA?
Workshop for journalists

Two Otherness Dialogues workshops for journalists and social workers, focussing on publicity, community, empathy.

Facilitators: Kinga Boros, Marco Galea, Lars Henning, Denis Muwanguzi, Boglárka Prezsmer, Rita Sebestyén, Imre Ungvári-Zrínyi, Anikó Varga.

Supported by: Cultural Centre of Harghita County.

For detailed information, please, follow us on facebook.

 

Autumn 2015: OTHERNESS AND THE PERFORMING ARTSAarhus University

Special issue of the academic journal of the Centre for Studies in Otherness at Aarhus University. 

Guest editors: Rita Sebestyén and Matthias Stephan.

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