INColectiva International Dance Festival

Una demonstración de danza contemporánea.

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INColectiva International Dance Festival. For almost two weeks contemporary dance will be shown in different environments around Panama City in the fifth edition of the INColectiva festival which will take place from Monday, March 20 until Sunday, April 2 in the City of Knowledge, Casa del Soldado and the University of Panama Fine Arts Faculty among other places.

INColectiva, is a festival where dance, performing arts and art come together to take over urban spaces, inviting the passersby to appreciate, feel and change the public areas through dance.

INColectiva International Dance Festival

INColectiva International Dance Festival: dances from all over America will perform in Panama.

There will be guest artistes from Costa Rica, Spain, El Salvador, Guatemala, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela and,of course, Panama who will participate in different activities such as laboratories, workshops, panels and performances as part of INColectiva. Lali Ayguade from Spain will dance together with the group ‘De Paso Grupo Escénico’ of Costa Rica, on Friday, March 31 at 8:00 p.m. the Ateneo of the City of Knowledge.

There will be an intensive workshop in Juan Diaz for students from public schools taught by the dancer and choreographer, Gabriel Rodríguez, from Costa Rica. Among the most important activities is the Laboratory “Collective Choreographies” with the Colombian artiste, Eloísa Jaramillo, member of the ‘Red Artes Vivas’ of Bogotá, who will share her knowledge of choreography for five days with a selected few who will later give a presentation on Saturday, April 1 at La Plaza of the City of Knowledge at 5:00 p.m.

Also the musician and composer Frédéric Filiatre (French) and his colleague Edurne Arizú (Spanish), will teach a mini course to local artistes, and a performance will take place on Wednesday, March 28 at 8:00 p.m. (location to be given at a later day).

INColectiva will also have three panels open to the public, where they can talk to the artistes about how to produce a ballet or play, how art is managed in Latin America and above all their artistic perspectives. They will take place in Juan Diaz on Friday, March 24, Wednesday, March 29 at 7:00 p.m. in Casa del Soldado, Casco Antiguo and on Thursday, March 30 at the University of Panama Fine Arts Faculty at 7:00 p.m.

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