These are workshops for people who already have experience in the field in which classes are carried out.
It’s a few days of work in a closed group of people, under the watchful eye of an experienced educator,. The workshop usually ends with a short showing of work in the process.
During the festival there are 5-day intensive workshops called creative paths which are process-oriented
Leading Polish teachers and guests from abroad were invited to lead those paths. This work may or may not end in a final show.
During the festival there are a number of classes at various levels.
Participants have a choice of lessons in morning and afternoon blocks, which are led by leading Polish and foreign educators. There are also morning classes, called start-ups – open to all interested parties, not just festival participants.
Paulina Srzednicka – Evening relaxation
Alicja Miszczor – Morning joga
Olga Gawlik – Contact improv (beginners, semi-advanced)
Marta Grabowska – Contact improv (poz. beginners, semi-advanced)
Agata Rutkowska – Body storytelling
Tomek Pomersbach– Contemporary dance (technique)
Mateusz Czwojdziński i Adam Banach – Zajęcia cyrkowe
Iwona Olszowska – Fall in dance with Isadora Duncan
Natalia Iwaniec – GAGA people
Victoria Kennet (Fr) –Improvisation and composition
Ady Elzam (Il) – Rest in motion
Would you like to run your own lab during the festival?
We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
Every festival evening there are accompanying events in the form of performances, concerts and spectacle. The festival’s flagship events are evening dance jam, where participants express their spontaneity, passion and skill. Jams are often accompanied by live music, which we invite local Wrocław musicians to create.