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imPROject – The Research

Research on Improvisation By Sofia Mavragani
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February- April 2021

with the support of DUNCAN DANCE RESEARCH CENTER

with the financial support of THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND SPORTS

4th Dance School Ways festival

Workshop for young dancemakers 

DUNCAN DANCE RESEARCH CENTER

MARCH-APRIL 2021

composition workshop: Sofia Mavragani

video dance workshop: Chrysanthi Badeka

https://youtu.be/dSpld1jVdcY


INFRA Athens Laboratory

Inclusive Network for Refugee Artists

8-11 April 2021

Lab for refugee artists in the framework of INFRA network supported by the Creative Europe program. The artists work on artistic interventions in the public space in EU cities (Sofia Mavragani and Christiana Galanopoulou) and will discuss refugee workers' rights (Lara Barbour) and showing opportunities in Greece (Myrtia Nikolakopoulou). With the support of @The J. F. Costopoulos Foundation and the Greek Ministry of Culture.

eLecture [HΛΕΚΤΣΟΥΡ]

What is the content of the information conveyed by a mouth that dances with words, indifferent to their purpose or function within a structured, written text?

A video work created for the digital edition of “mind the fact” festival. 

imPROject –THE VERY VERY CURRENT BODY

Improvisation Workshop with Sofia Mavragani

24,25/10 and 31/10, 1/11 and 7,8/11 / 2020
12:00-15:00
DUNCAN DANCE RESEARCH CENTER

for details check facebook event

Live reading and video lecture performance, hosted by PAT - Temporary Academy of Arts & Goethe-Institut Athens [Freiraum Festival] at Okto Eight.  29.10.2020

Four people from different disciplines, Aristidi Antonas (architect/writer/artist), Sofia Mavragani (dancer/choreographer), Martha Mavroidi (musician),  Elena Tzelepi (philosopher) were invited to a "Wasted Live", a reading of Waste/d publication, published by Temporary Academy of Arts (Elpida Karaba, Despina Zefkili, Yota Ioannidou, Vangelis Vlahos) by Omblos Editions, with the support of Goethe-Institut, Athens


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