In its final residency, Dancing Museums takes over the Mac Val contemporary art museum in Vitry-sur-Seine to create an (ephemeral) city of dance.
Conceived as a place for meeting and exchange, the city of dance is an interactive installation that gives the public an opportunity to see, explore and to experience dance outside the area of ‘the show’.
The artists will share their approaches, confess, speak, interact, perform and research, with the public invited into the heart of the situation.
28-31 March, 2pm to 6pm
MAC VAL, musée d’art contemporain du Val-de-Marne Vitry-sur-Seine
Entry is free upon presentation of the museum ticket (€5).
Dancing Museums: dance and the public in movement
25 Mar, 10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm
Musée du Louvre, 75058 Paris, France
Free entry but subject to booking. To reserve, please contact la Briqueterie on +33 (0)1 46 58 24 29 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
An opportunity to share two years of research on how dance can offer new ways of experiencing art and heritage by challenging the usual codes of behaviour in museums and encouraging the viewer to become ‘protagonist’. Participants in the project and international experts are invited to share their knowledge and experience on how to build inclusive experiences through art and dance.
With Boris Charmatz (dancer, choreographer and director of the Musée de la Danse/CCN Rennes), Gill Hart (Head of Education, National Gallery London), Kristin de Groot (Director Dansateliers) and Simon Pons-Rotbardt (Performing Arts Curator, Centre de Monuments Nationaux/National Heritage Organisation)
Facilitator: Florian Gaieté, philosophy researcher and art critic.
With Cathy Losson (Head of the Service – Service démocratisation culturelle et action territoriale - Musée du Louvre), Liz King (director D. ID Dance Identity), Pepe Zapata (communication consultant TekneCultura Barcelona), Anne-Sophie Vergne (Responsible for the programming - Service Education et Formation DRE - Musée du Louvre), Tatiana Julien (choreographer and dancer/Dancing Museums), Juliette Giraud (coordinator Muséomix)
Facilitator: Marisa Hayes, editor in chief Repères, cahier de danse
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