PONDEROSA ONGOING RESEARCH COLLABORATION HAPPENINGS
The cutting edge
A three month intensive project inspired from many years of international collaborations and the networking of Ponderosa artists. The program is guided by a professional team of curators and faculty successfully active in the creative and performance fields from various countries.
In 3 one month long modules, P.O.R.C.H. presents a diverse training ground for a new or continuing perspective in performance and improvisational life practice.
You may choose which module would inform your artistic endeavors best.
Improvisation/Training Moulde - June 3-29
Performance Module - July 8-Aug 3
Choreographic Module - August 12-31
We highly suggest committing to all three modules for an expansive range of body based techniques and compositional forms to enliven your work as a performer,improviser or teacher. If that's interesting for you, register for all three Modules by March 31, and get a 10% discount on workshopfees as well as for food & housing, of all modules.
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P.O.R.C.H. is committed to a mutual exchange between creative professionals and an ongoing dialogue in the field of dance and related forms.
P.O.R.C.H. welcomes the opportunity to work with the University of California, Davis (UCD) Department of Theatre and Dance. The UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance will engage faculty, lecturers and/or graduate students in dance and choreography to teach on selected P.O.R.C.H. courses in Stolzenhagen, Germany. Please apply through the UC Davis summer sessions catalogue to receive credit while attending an exploratory, artistic and cultural laboratory in the German countryside.
P.O.R.C.H. offers experience and interaction for aspiring professional engagement with the following Artists/Teachers:
Kathleen Hermesdorf, Peter Pleyer, Stephanie Maher, Kirstie Simson, Rasmus Olme, Miguel Gutierrez, Maria Francesca Scaroni, Jules Beckman, Eszter Gal, Christina Bonansea, Sandra Wieser, Jan Burkhardt, David Lakein, Jess Curtis, Alicia Grant, Zinzi Buchanan, Mary Pearson and Keith Hennessy.