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  • Dance Germany - Tanz in Deutschland - Politik
    die weitere Arbeit der Ständigen Konferenz Warum hat der Tanz keine Lobby Dancegermany 19 04 06 Nach Gründung der 1 Ständigen Konferenz Tanz die künftig die Interessen von Tanzinstitutionen unter einem Dachverband vertreten will stellt sich wieder einmal die Frage Warum hat der Tanz Schulterschluss Tanz aller Länder und Richtungen vereinigt sich Ständige Konferenz Tanz in Berlin gegründet Dancegermany 13 03 06 Am 12 und 13 März war es nach

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  • Dance Germany - Tanz in Deutschland - Politics
    partners The Demands for Dance 10 Maxims of Action Ständige Konferenz Tanz publishes 10 point statement Dancegermany 22 04 06 Accompanying the Tanzkongress Deutschland Wissen in Bewegung the Ständige Konferenz Tanz phrased 10 Maxims of Action They should form the basis of the further work of the Ständige Konferenz Unification Dance of all federal states and styles united Staendige Konferenz Tanz founded in Berlin Dancegermany 29 03 06 Finally on

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  • Dance Germany - Tanz in Deutschland - Politics
    10 Maxims of Action They should form the basis of the further work of the Ständige Konferenz Tanz attempting the goal to let Dance be acknowledged nationally and internationally on a higher level and to open this form of art to a larger audience with a lasting effect 1 Securing an artistic autonomy 2 Strengthening its own structures 3 Dance is international 4 Dance is cultural training 5 For an

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  • Dance Germany - Tanz in Deutschland - Politics
    of Arts Hortensia Voelkers Federal Foundation for Culture and others The committee wants to give dance a strong voice and acts a contact for the politic sphere All in all 13 associations societies and organizations with more than 2000 members form a working and activity platform Further members and networks shall be attracted as partners Such a far reaching union of all professionals in the scope of dance has not existed up to now in Germany There is an inherent power in the dance scene we just have to merge our forces Currently there is an enormous energy which we want to support and to bring forward says Michael Freundt who has taken over the direction of the association together with Adolphe Binder The dance lobby shall be further strengthened moreover we want to set up the artistic dance as an independent art section Another aim is to make dance more accessible to the broader public The purpose of the network is the support of artistic dance in Germany including international relations This will be realized above all by the constitution of a superordinated network of associations societies and other institutions and personalities in Germany whose activities stand in close

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  • Dance Germany - Tanz in Deutschland - Wissenschaft
    Über Dance Germany Partner Pilotstudiengang Zeitgenössischer Tanz Kontext Choreographie BA Dancegermany 30 11 06 Unter dem Dach des neu gegründeten Hochschulübergreifenden Zentrums Tanz Berlin und im Rahmen des Pilotprojekts Tanzplan Berlin wird zum Sommersemester 2007 der Bachelor Studiengang Zeitgenössischer Die Kinetographie Laban Dancegermany 19 04 06 Das Bestreben mit oder ohne musikalischer Begleitung ausgeführte Tanzbewegungen detailliert zu dokumentieren um sie gegebenenfalls für die Nachwelt zu konservieren erweckte bereits vor Jahrhunderten

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  • Dance Germany - Tanz in Deutschland - Science
    institutions venues news newsletter politics science service education register login press about Dance Germany partners Pilot Course of Studies Contemporary Dance Context Choreography BA Co operative Dance Education Centre Berlin Dancegermany 11 04 06 Foreword Within the framework of the

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  • Dance Germany - Tanz in Deutschland - Science
    and postures were written down as standards which still characterise ballet today In the 18th century reformers such as Noverre gave dance works a dramatic and moral content thereby making the art of dance accessible to a middle class public In 1832 as Marie Taglioni portrayed a sylph touching the dance floor only with her toes she became the ideal of romantic ballet and dance en point became dance perfection for ballerinas From the middle of the 19th century Paris as a bastion of ballet got competition from St Petersburg where classical academic ballet was undergoing further development at the Tsarist court under the direction of Marius Petipa Its high point were the ballets Sleeping Beauty 1890 and Swan Lake 1895 At the beginning of the 20th century a renewal of ballet began with the impresario Serge de Diaghilev and his company the Ballets Russes A new style of ballet oriented toward the expressive body arose The dancer Nijinsky was the perfect example of this style New developments of modern dance in the 20th century influenced even ballet whose basic dance technique remained that of classical dance unchanged In the USA with Russian émigré choreographer George Balanchine classical ballet began

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  • Dance Germany - Tanz in Deutschland - Science
    willingness to become involved in the course s progress and its content are expected from the students Subject areas modules The subject areas modules of the course are 1 Corporealities Physical Learning Dancing 2 Choreographic Culture 3 Dramaturgies of Knowledge and Critical Approaches 4 Experimental Pedagogy 5 Economies of Art Practice 6 Open University 7 Own Work Dossier see the detailed descriptions of the modules below Forms of study The course of studies per se is understood as a part of the questions about art and artistic knowledge which it aims to explore and convey Consequently the forms of study can be very different Nevertheless there will be lectures offered in part in the form of ring lectures or conferences as well as training workshops and laboratory tutorials and seminars Additional learning elements of the course can be Field research site specific work interviews outside study Extramural studies Practical studies Guest studies Production phases of the student s own work If necessary the faculty or examining committee will decide on the valuation and accreditation of such extramural activities Instruction will be carried out by faculty members and guest teachers Close cooperation with TanzRaumBerlin would also make it possible for classes on specific topics e g more intensive training in specific dance and movement techniques to be carried out at associated institutions furthermore mutual courses are also planned with the Institute for Theater Studies at FU Berlin Assessment and final examination Assessment of course performance and certification of learning and course success will be carried out on an ongoing basis Furthermore students are called upon to compile a dossier in which they collect the written documents of their course of studies This written work will also include a set topic in at least one case The final examination covers the modular assessment in the course of studies the presentation of at least two performative dramaturgical works and the written dossier see module 7 which must contain at least one in depth work on a set topic NB Compliance with internal university regulations remains to be coordinated Course language The course will be held in English and or German Students will be expected to have sufficient basic knowledge of English in order to be able to understand sections of the course taught in English non native speaking students must provide evidence of sufficient knowledge of the German language Language competence will be determined in the entrance exam Other languages may be permitted for written work by agreement with the lecturers and the faculty Concluding remarks The dancer and teacher Ruth Allerhand who lived and worked in Berlin until 1933 wrote in 1929 The new objectives of dancing are sufficiently well known the methods are varied The entire notion of dance has become chaotic for outsiders and perhaps that is what attracts them to it It is not good to forcefully bring calm to movement The school should be aware of its responsibility in this chaos how easily can its power lead it astray so that it becomes dominating and destructive though it ought to play a subordinate role by stimulating assisting ordering always and only giving Not the school or the leader is of paramount importance but its students The school exists for them not vice versa This is why there can be no right or wrong for us no showing by example no rehearsal After all there is nothing to learn The BA course Contemporary Dance Context Choreography is committed to fostering this breadth in artistic thought and pedagogical orientation thereby resuming an interrupted tradition and realigning it in force field of the contemporary The description of the modules published here give an account of the development status time qualification credit points and more details are coming soon Module 1 Corporealities Physical Learning Dancing Not limited to discovering inventing and choreographing new forms of movement contemporary dance reflects the body and movement in their social and cultural contexts Contemporary dance simultaneously also thinks about this work and integrates this thought in the staging HZT draft project 2005 This module focuses on the development of a comprehensive understanding of one s own individual body in order to convey well founded knowledge about the human body in general about the encounter with movement and about a broad spectrum of dance techniques with a view of their historical and aesthetic backgrounds The goal is to train the body while simultaneously learning to approach movement in an open and adaptable way Research processes and individual experimentation will support conscious encounters with space and time compositional and choreographic structures and will foster a high degree of corporeal awareness The CORPOREALITIES PHYSICAL LEARNING DANCING module is intended to create a form of teaching which repeals the strict separation of disciplines so that students will no longer regard creativity research the process of forming an opinion and the individual quest for movement as practices that are divorced from technique as corporeal craftsmanship Instead students will view and establish these practices as connections right from the start In various forms this will be a component of the syllabus throughout all six semesters Description of Contents This module familiarizes students with the fundamentals of various corporeal and movement techniques on the basis of contemporary forms of training It conveys profound insights into the methods and approaches of corporeal awareness work e g body awareness alignment applied anatomy ideokinesis Skinner release technique BMC Susan Klein technique Alexander technique Feldenkrais yoga Pilates etc and it trains both the perception and the analytic mode of observing various movement systems and techniques It fosters the ability to differentiate among various styles and schools of movement as well as to recognize their historical and aesthetic implications It concerns itself with the invention of movement explores compositional applications and examines the fundamentals of improvisation and choreography e g contact improvisation Laban Bartenieff viewpoints methods Mary Overlie Ann Bogart composition in real time improvisation technologies Forsythe Module 2 Choreographic Culture Contemporary dance has evolved into a diverse

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