International Conference: Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity

Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity
AUSTRIA, LAUBEGG CASTLE
​December 16 - 20, 2019
IUGTE CONFERENCE
The conference is held from December 16 to December 20, 2019 in the refurbished 13th century castle in the southern region of Austria, - Styria (Steiermark).

"Performing Arts Between Tradition and Contemporaneity" is the annual international multidisciplinary conference exploring the bridge between the "traditional" and the "contemporary" in performing arts.
 
Participants:
performing arts academics, arts educators and teachers, actors and directors, dancers and choreographers, arts administrators and producers, musicians, stage and costume designers, mask makers, multimedia artists, scriptwriters and playwrights, theatre critics and arts journalists, and all other performers of various genres and techniques. 


PROGRAM OF 2019
Movement for Actors / Acting For Dancers
Practical workshop by theatre director and teacher, Sergei Ostrenko (Russia). Read more...

Physical/practical workshop by Autumn Eckman - Assistant Professor of Dance, The University of Arizona (Arizona, USA) and Robbie Cook - Assistant Professor of Dance at Hofstra University (New York, USA)Read more...
Performance-Lecture-Workshop by Zaki Razak – Lecturer, Visual Studies, School of Creative Industries at LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore) and Norisham Osman – Choreographer, Theatre & Dance Educator, Artistic Director at the Kaizen M.D (Singapore). Read more...

Lecture and Workshop by Shayla Bott - Associate Professor of Ballet at Brigham Young University, Brenda Critchfield - Director of Dance Medicine and Wellness Facility for the Brigham Young University Department of Dance and Ashley Ivory Parov - Adjunct Instructor, Assistant Artistic Director of Theatre Ballet at Brigham Young University (Utah, USA). Read more...

Theatre Biomechanics 
Practical workshop by Gennadiy Ostrenko - choreographer, set designer, theater artist and educator. Read more...
Workshop / technique class style presentation by Dante Puleio - Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance, School of Theatre and Dance, College of the Arts, University of Florida (Florida, USA). Read more...
Repertory and Composition Workshop by Dante Puleio - Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance, School of Theatre and Dance, College of the Arts, University of Florida (Florida, USA). Read more... 

Interactive talk with photo/video demonstrations by Lucy Cashion, M.F.A. - Artistic Director, Equally Represented Arts, Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University (Missouri, USA) and Joe Taylor - creative director, performer and composer (Missouri, USA). Read more...
Lecture / Workshop by Krissy Yin LAM – Lecturer in the Centre for Performing Arts Research in The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (Hong Kong). Read more... 

Movement Workshop by Leslie E. Williams - Director and Associate Professor of Dance, West A&M University (Texas, USA). Read more...

Combine lecture, conversation and demonstration by Virginia Callens Gregg - Retired professor of Film/TV and Communication Studies at MN State University Moorhead (Minnesota, USA).Read more...
Voice Control for Electronic Media
Combine lecture, conversation and demonstration by Virginia Callens Gregg - Retired professor of Film/TV and Communication Studies at MN State University Moorhead (Minnesota, USA). Read more...

Combine lecture, conversation and demonstration by Virginia Callens Gregg - Retired professor of Film/TV and Communication Studies at MN State University Moorhead (Minnesota, USA). Read more...

Performance and discussion by theatre ensemble "Shakespeare Frankfurt" presented by PJ Escobio, Sara Jones, Varvara Pomoni, Jim Phetterplace Jr. (Frankfurt, Germany).  Read more...

Registration Guidelines: https://www.performingartconference.com/participants-registration 
Conference Program: https://www.performingartconference.com/program
Festivals, Film, Music, Performing arts

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