Campus Europe-Asie, Le Havre
2) Sacre, de David Wampach, le 29/01 à 21 h 30 – Le Phare, CCN du Havre ; 3) Soirée WaterzoÏ Elle retient, de Olga de Soto, à 19 h et Gone in a Heartbeat, de Louise Vanneste, à 21 h, Le Tetris. Tarif étudiant 8 - réservations. To be conﬁrmed : Appels de Phare : le jeudi entre 19 h et 20 h entrée libre – au Phare. Last session could be an open session, designed and led by students themselves. Prerequisite : having an interest in performing arts. Prior dance technique is not required, but participants must have a desire to be physically engaged. Students are asked to wear comfortable clothing and to arrive before the beginning of the class so as to take full advantage of the class. Bring your notebook. Students will ﬁrst be shown a piece of choreography and we will then explain basic notions of choregraphic writing : - Constructing space ; - Constructing time ; - Perceiving bodily states (breathing, physical engagement, movement quality) ; - Possibly situating the historical or social context ; - Starting from the points observed and analyzed I will give guidelines for constructing a movement module, always in small groups (2-3 or 4 people). Each group will present its own material, which we will develop as material to be transformed. The last part of the workshop will be dedicated to analyzing what has taken place, how a mere change of time can alter the meaning of a piece, and how the way one enters and leaves the frame can also have a different impact on meaning. The questions addressed have two sides : the point of view of the spectator and that of the author, since the students are moving between these two poles : at times, one role and, at times, the other, regarding the same subject. The goal is to clarify the issue of the gaze, and of meaning, whether poetic or political. Thus, we will examine choreographies with highly varied content concerning the question of rituals. Le Phare has reference works, a list of which will be provided to the students and which they may also consult on location.
Course Description : Through this workshop, we will examine how contemporary dance is crossed by the idea of ritual. We will begin with « The Rite of Spring » from Nijinsky to Pina Bausch's version, for example. We will also consider how this form inspires contemporary choreographers like Emmanuelle Vo-Dinh, Odile Duboc, Maguy Marin, etc. Required reading : Terpschicore en baskets..
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Delphine LANSON (Actress- Director). Pedagogical format : Workshop Course validation : To validate the course, the student is expected to pass : 1 motivation essay / Participation throughout the class / 1 impro sessions / 1 oral presentation (presentation and debate) / 1 self-assessment. Workload : Regular written assignments : creating a personnal map to writing your short story ; creating a Mood board (image-based) for your short story ; delivery of the short story to enter the contest. Pedagogical method : Each class will have two tempos : the ﬁrst hour will mostly be dedicated to warm-ups, vocal and physical techniques and the explorations of these tools. During the second hour, we will focus on improvisations, practical exercises and text work. We will progressively move to personal presentations and debates. Course Description : This twelve-step workshop will address the problematics of image of oneself and the other. And how to establish a powerful and authentic relationship with an audience or on a one to one basis. We will gradually deepen our understanding of the stakes and means of establishing relationships in a professional and other social settings. Through an introduction to various communication tools (with and without the use of the camera), improvisation games and the exploration of these themes in situ we will also learn more about ourselves in a fun and safe environment. 137