Between 12-16 February, 2020
Trafó House of Contemporary Arts organize a five-day training in the
topic of theatre-, dance-, music- and visual art education.
On the last day, we are going to compare the experiences of the earlier days and discuss potential ways of planning art educational projects with the participants, under the direction of InSite Drama.
We are awaiting the registration of artists, teachers, experts of art in public education and civil communities who are open to get insight into educational work involving different branches of art and looking for ways to connect these.
The language of the workshop is English. We provide translation on-demand.
Fee: 23.000 HUF for the whole week or 5000 HUF per day.
More information and application via email@example.com
February 12 – Leader of the workshop: Cecily O'Neill
… an international authority on process drama and the arts in education. She collaborated with many artists and has been working with directors, actors, teachers and children all over the world. She worked for the Unicorn Theatre, the University of New York and studied at the University of Ohio. In 2015, she founded 2TimeTheatre, her own company. She is also the author of several influental books.
February 13 - Leader of the workshop: Doris Uhlich
… Austrian choreographer and performance artist. She studied contemporary dance pedagogy at the University of Vienna. She has been working on her own projects since 2006, winning countless awards. In her performances and workshops, she deals with ordinary and artistic gestures, beauty ideals, nudity and rave music.
February 14 – Leader of the workshop: Yana Klichuk
... graduate of visual arts and art criticism from St Petersburg State University and Bard College. She is the former curator of visual arts programmes of the National Center for Contemporary Arts and the PRO ARTE Foundation in Saint Petersburg. Currently, she is directing the education and meditation programme of MANIFESTA biennial. Together with the curatorial team, local colleagues and stakeholders, she shapes the strategies of situating the biennial in the social context of the host cities engaging and learning from local communities.
February 15 – Leader of the workshop: Ricardo Gassent
… studied to be a musician in Spain and Berlin and performed in the biggest European concert halls as an oboist. He started to deal with soundpainting with Walter Thompson in 2012. He founded Soundpaintingmadrid in 2014 with the aim of spreading this genre in Spain. He is recognized among the most relevant soundpainters of the world. Besides artistic language development, this genre is also used as a creative development and educational tool.
February 16 - Leader of the workshop: Bethlenfalvy Ádám
… drama teacher, theatre education specialist. One of the founders of Insite Drama and a professor at/of Károli Gáspár Calvinistic University. On the last day of the event, he'll be helping to connect the dots from the workshops of the previous days.