Updated: Feb 19
Luca Borsos and Luiza Moraes are offering a one-day workshop in Budapest. The event is part of the ZeroPlus Performing Arts Education Program.
Ritual and creative practice have in common their way of bringing us back to what is alive and essential within us. Spending time with our questions and desires through the lens of ritual can open up important possibilities in our approach towards movement practice, artistic creation, improvisation and shared experiences.
In this workshop, participants will be invited to explore individual and shared approaches to the field of ritual and to build familiarity with it. We are interested in the ways in which reclaiming our ability to invent and perform our own rituals can function as a source of connection to self and to others.
We recommend this workshop for performers, movers, dancers, and all those interested in the intersection of ritual and live art.
The workshop will be held in English. Comfortable clothes are recommended.
SCHEDULE 9 January 2022, 10:30–15:00
LOCATION ZeroPlus Dance Studio, 1 Jurányi Street, Budapest 1027
PARTICIPATION FEE HUF 6.000 – full fee
HUF 4.000 – reduced fee, if paying the full fee would be difficult in your current situation.
REGISTRATION: Please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/cda39vkED9dx38gj7 The condition for participation is the payment of fee by bank transfer. After registration, you will receive an invoice together with the bank transfer details. If the workshop is cancelled, we reimburse 100% of the fee. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
LUIZA MORAES is a Brazilian performance and movement artist currently based in Budapest. With an interdisciplinary background, she has studied and worked in the fields of History, Contemporary Dance, Choreography, the Feldenkrais method, traditional crafts, divination methods and folk healing. Her work happens at the intersection of movement, ritual and decolonial feminism.
LUCA BORSOS is a freelance performer, drama pedagogue, drama instructor. She graduated from the Escuela de Teatro Cuarta Pared in Madrid as an actress and then she did her degree as a drama instructor in the University of Theater and Film Arts in Budapest. She is mostly interested in experienced-based learning and movement. She wrote her thesis about applied rituals.