Developing - Ongoing Projects
Encounters with connoisseur
Photography: Jessica Ballesteros Gutierrez
Place: Casa Tomada y El Palenque de Delia Zapata Olivella
Brenda Polo with the grandfather abuelo Jose Vicente Suarez, his great-grandson Andres Felipe and Edelmira Massa Zapata, which form part to the Uitoto Community.
Intercultural Encounter between the worlds
Representatives from several parts of the world join thanks to the Indian classic dance as disciples of the Guru Dr. Saroja Viadyanathan in New Delhi.
From left to right you can see the students from India, Belaruss, (Guruji), Colombia, Japan and Zimbawe.
Nicole Tenorio representa no solo a Colombia, sino también a Manusdea Antropología Escénica.
Femenine Performance Encounter
"All these performances show us that our objective of bringing us together and visualizing our issues through art is possible"
LAWOMAN abre las puertas para que confluya la colectividad del 23 de noviembre al 1 de diciembre del 2018 en…
Tickets: $10.000, 15000
Four Perfrmances Bonus: $35.000
Reservations: 320 808 6286 - 300 472 4299
The first femenine performance encounter "LAWOMAN" intends to weave networks with artists women whose works address the different meanings of the body and territory.
Using performance as support of the invisible body, we though in this encounter as a central, diverse and creative point in order to place us from what is happening with the feminine art within an historical context in which women are fighting to decide for own bodies, for own genre and our ideas.
The importance of LAWOMAN as an inclusive project allow us to address "the femenine" from different posibilites. Image, body territory, performance are for us an urgency, we consider actors of change in front of the feminine issues, starting by the phrase #niunamenos we wanted to go beyond and put on the table works of women, in order to discuss, active, find us and know us...
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Learn more about LAWOMAN here!
A corporal and audiovisual laboratory based on Butoh, with the mentoring of Brenda Polo and supported in the authenticity and knowledge of María Alejandra, directed by the winner of the National Artistic Residence Scholarship, Antonio V Garzón.
In this important project will participate the students of the Escuela Nueva Rural Resguardo; who will also take part of Butoh, audiovisual language and the cultural and environmental riches of their territory.
Interconnecting worlds through performing arts
A small group of international students are learning Bharatanatyam in New Delhi, showing their passion for this art.
Students of many ages, from different cities and cultures come together thanks to the Indian Dances.
Nicole Tenorio, dancer, researcher and manager of Vighnesa Natanam and Manusdea Antropología Escénica, belongs to this group of international students. There she lives and expands her studies of Indian Dance.
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José Suarez and Nicole Tenorio
Jose Suarez, connoisseur and dancer of the Uitoto people, and Nicole Tenorio after a presentation in Casa Tomada.
The Uitoto are one of the indigenous Colombian communities and, in this case, Peruvian, which despite the displacements and situations they lived, nowadays they have continued with their traditions, keeping alive their culture.
First International Festival of Dances, Categories Contest, Shows and Workshops for dancers
Nytia Fest is celebrated with its multiple events, espectacular artists and all kind of new artistic experiences.
If you want to learn more about the event, photos and videos, visit on Facebook Nytia Fest 2018.
Indian Music and Dance Company
Nowadays, Vighnesa is looking for funds for the Pro India project, by recitals, concerts, workshops, etc.. It would be a big joy counting with the support of all those who are interested.
1. JULY 25
Casa Tomada - Bogotá
2. AUGUST 16
Adra - Bogotá
3. AUGUST 22
Kilele - Bogotá
4. AUGUST 25
Cayena - Bogotá
5. SEPTEMBER 1
Nytia Fest - Medellín
6. SEPTEMBER 7
Tambora - Bogotá
If you want to more about these #ProIndia activities, visit our page on Facebook Vighnesa Natham, or contact Nicole Tenorio - Facebook.
Photos: María Camila Salamanca Fotografía - Facebook
Date: June 5, 12, 19 and 16 - June 3 and 10
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Total number of hours: 18
Place: AdraDanza (Dg42a #20-45 - Teusaquillo)
Days: Saturday, Sunday, Holiday Monday
Date: 9, 10 y 11 de Junio
Total number of hours: 19
Place: Refugio de Altagracia Choachí, Cundinamarca
Includes Butoh Lab, food and lodging
1. Intervention unconventional spaces (open to the public)
Date: June 30
Time: according to participants
Lugar: according to participants
2. Performance by Brenda Polo in the hill of "Virgen de Guadalupe"
Date: July 15
Time: 11: 00 am
3. Jam Butoh Dance and live music
Date: July 17
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Place: AdraDanza (Dg42a #20-45, Teusaquillo)
Fotografía: Ernesto Monsalve
The process will be recorded in Hd (Photograph and Video) by a professional. Participants will receive a Photo Package and a video clip which will be shared by our social media.
In case of any question you can communicate to:
Phone: 3012777359 -3132705388
SOCIAL MEDIA MOVEMENT
In the REFUGIO DE ALTA GRACIA CHOACHí
Manusdea offers national and international residences (Choachí, Cundinamarca) in the Refugio de Alta Gracia, rural headquarters (1 hour) 43 km from Bogotá. Placed in La Vereda Resguardo Bajo, next to La Nueva Escuela, La Baticola sector. This creative space gives those interested in going forward research, formation and creation on a interdisciplinary way in different art branches, which are meant to be developed on a close bond with local community, nature and environment.
We aim to safeguard the immaterial cultural heritage of the ethnic Colombian groups on a intercultural dialogue, as well as knowledge, uses, techniques and tools, researching and promoting the artistic expressions and representations that establish bonds with the collective memory of the communities. Areas: Dance, Body and Performance Laboratory, Permaculture and Environment
REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
DARMASISWA DARMASISWA is a scholarships program offered to every foreign student from countries with diplomatic relationships with indonesia to study Indonesian ( Bahasa Indonesia), art and culture in 72 universities in 2018.
This program has been established in 1974 as part of the initiative of ASEAN, by only accepting students from ASEAN countries. Yet, in 1976 the program expanded towards other countries. Nowadays the number of countries participating in this program is more than 121. The program is organized by the Ministry of Education and Culture in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia.
Classic Indian Dance: Bharatanatyam
Dancer: Nicole Tenorio
Music: Andrés (Turú) Rodriguez
Organize: Embassy of India. Amigos de la India Association with the support of Santo Tomás University.
Cosmic Dance 21 to 26 takes October in Bogotá.
The party takes place in the 15th day of the dark fortnight of the kārttika month, which every year is between October 21 and November 18, and can last 4 or 5 days. It commemorates the death of the demon Narakasura by Krishna and the release of 16 thousand maidens who were imprisoned. It also celebrates the return of the prince to Rāma to Ayodhyā city after his victory over Rāvaṇa, king of demons. According to the legend, the citizens filled the walls and roofs with laps so Rama could easily find the road. From there started the tradition of turning on several lights through the night.
1. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29
"Desco No cido" and Butoh Dance Documentary
THE HIDDEN POWER OF THE MEMORY
TIME: 9:00 A.M.
TIME: University of Cundinamarca Auditory (Ubaté)
2. FRIDAY SPETEMBER 29
TIME: 6:00 8:00 P.M.
PLACE: Salón Casa de la Cultura
3. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30
Butoh Dance Workshop
TIME: 10:00 AM a 12:00
PLACE: Casa de la Cultura
4. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30
"LAS VÉNIDAS" Performance
TIME: 5:00 PM.
PLACE: Parque Principal Ubaté
A path of Diverse Encounters
Diverse Bogotá Scholarship
People with and without disability and with or without dance experience
1. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23
TIME: 11:30 A.M
PLACE: PARQUE CENTRAL BAVARIA (Cr 13 con calle 28)
2. THURSDAY AUGUST 24
TIME: 11:00 A.M.
PLACE: Trasmilenio Museo Nacional Station Bogotá, Cr 7 calle 28
3. FRIDAY AUGUST 25
TIME: 11:00 A.M.
PLACE: Jorge Tadeo University Lozano Plazoleta (Cra. 4 #22-61)
4. SATURDAY AUGUST 26
TIME: 2:30 P.M.
PLACE: Plaza de las Nieves. (Calle 20 between carreras 6 and 7)
Photography: Ernesto Monsalve
A path of Diverse Encounters"
It is a formation, creation and movement project in Butoh Dance for mixed groups. Within the framework of the scholarship offered by the Program Stimuli, Bogotá Diversity to projects aimed to social sectors of the District Institute of Arts, IDARTES 2017.
DATE: July 12 to August 23
DAYS: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
TIME 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
ADRESS: Av Calle 32 N° 13 – 45, 3rd floor. MAS Centro Deportivo.
Free Entrance/Prior Registration
HOW TO REGISTER: It's so easy! Contact us to this email requesting your participation form: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information contact us: 301 2777 359
The project is aimed to people with and without disability (physic, cognitive, sensorial), with or without previous experience in dance. It has a duration of 6 weeks of formation-creation (54 hours) and Performances (4) in unconventional spaces.
EN-TRANCE: It is a group composed by Maria Cristina Tavera, Anthropologist, Cultura Manager and actress focused on a communitary and inclusive artwork, Brenda Polo, dancer, choreographer and researcher in scenic anthropologist and Fernando Polo, Producer and Legal Representative.
María Cristina Tavera, Brenda Polo and Fernando Polo
Body, Memory and Performance
Director: Brenda Polo
Director's Assistant: Jessica Ballesteros
Producer: Fernando Polo.
Ko Murobushi Japanese dancer heir to the lineage HIjikata. Theme: Body to the Limit
Consuelo Pabón Ph. D.in Philosophy University of Paris. Theme: (R)existence Acts
Roberto Amador Neuroscientist National University of Colombia. Theme: Art, Mind and Performance
José Jairo Giraldo Physicist National University of Colombia. Theme: Physical Reflections about brain, mind and conscience.
Juan Fernando Polo Plastic Artist, specialist in Anatomy and Human Figure. Theme: Emergent Bodies.
Ricardo Toledo Theoric Artist Jorge Tadeo Lozano University. Theme: Possibilities of Resistance on a level of exploration Body-Art.
Genre: Experimental Documentary/Butoh Dance
In this short film the esthetic and philosophic advances of the research and reflections in connection to Art and Sciencies are exposed through the exploration of the BODY, MEMORY AND PERFORMANCE of Butoh Dance and the historical war moment and post conflict of the Colombian people.
Camera 1 Ernesto Monsalve. Camera 2 Fernando Polo. Camera 3 Jessica Ballesteros.Camera 4 Nicolás Abad. Camera 5 Santiago Romero. Bogotá-Colombia. All rights reserved.