• March 1, Open Performance Academy, Rotterdam

    Programme March 1 ‘Open Performance Academy’

    Open Performance Academy (OPA) is a research programme for young and established artist whose work engages, intersects with, discusses, draws upon, or is indebted to performance art. OPA organises lectures, workshops and try-out sessions, aims to create a platform for the exchange of ideas and the production of knowledges, and provides artists with an opportunity to receive feedback on their work. OPA is an offshoot of Performance Art.NL, founded by performance artist Ronald Bal and university based researcher and lecturer Nathanja van den Heuvel.

    This early spring 2018 OPA starts with a first series of meetings dedicated to an exchange of thoughts, ideas and practices at Wolfart Project Space Rotterdam. All are welcome!

    Location: Wolfart Project Space (Wolphaertstraat 25-C, 3082 BK, Rotterdam)

    Programme March 1.
    7:30 – 7: 45 Doors open
    7:45 – 8:00 Introduction Vanessa Lamounir de Assis by Nathanja van den Heuvel
    8:00 – 8:45 Workshop Action and Reflection, including discussion of Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed
    8: 45 – 9:00 Break
    9:00 – 9:15 Feedback workshop
    9: 15 – 9:30 Break
    9:30 – 9: 45 Performance by Lars Reen
    9:45 – 10:00 Feedback performance Lars Reen
    10:00 – 11:00 Bar open / Drinks

    Registration
    The programme is open to all. Please register by sending an email to: info.performanceartnl@gmail.com

    Costs
    We ask a small fee of €4,00 per meeting from all participants (pay at door and cash only). A discount is available for those attending all four sessions, in that case the fee is in total €12,00.

    For more information about the participating artists and the programme see: http://www.performanceart.nl/
    You can also find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Performanceart.nl

     

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