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Photo: Stefanie Schwimmbeck

Teaching for

A dance & film project

Get to know? Sa., 26.8. at 12 am
When? Every Wednesday  from 4-7 pm until the film premiere just before Christmas
Where? Haus der Jugend Bonn
Who? 10-14 years
How much? free of charge
Registration? now here or via Haus der Jugend

How well do we actually know our own neighbourhood? How much history and which stories are hidden behind the historical facades we pass by daily, where does the past look through between the modern form. Where does the mysterious shimmer in the everyday. What did the street in front of our house, in front of our school, in front of our youth centre look like 50 or 100 years ago or even further back?

From the beginning of September, we will start looking for forms of expression that you develop with your own body, and search for images and moves that moved or have moved our city. This should result in an exciting film, which – despite all the distance (CORONA!) we have to keep – is closely related to your interests and experiences.

The project is accompanied by Stefanie Schwimmbeck (dance) and Reimar Brahms (film).

Participation in the Kultur-macht-stark funding project is free of charge and is financed directly by Aktion Tanz – Bundesverband Tanz in Bildung und Gesellschaft e.V.

The current official distance rules apply throughout the entire project.

Photo: Karel Vanek

Creating for

Dance laboratory during the easter holidays

When? Tue, 14.- Sa, 18. April 2020 from 10 am-3.30 pm
Where? Akki – Aktion und Kultur mit Kinder at Dusseldorf
How much? free of charge
Registration? immediately under 0211- 7885538

In the dance laboratory, everything starts to move and a game emerges that seems never-ending. Dancers, musicians and artists explore with the children the question of what happens if you don’t stop, but just keep going – move on!

Not only the bodies dance: A pen dances over the paper, a finger over the iPad, a line over the wall. With “TagTool” movements become animated projections on walls and bodies. With “Makey Makey”, an electronic invention tool, bodies or self-made objects can be transformed into musical instruments and sounds start to dance.

Upcoming project in 2021

Dancing and creating for

A dance & music performance

by and with Sebastian Brill and Stefanie Schwimmbeck

Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia