If you wish to present
a toolbox in your school
Contact : Florence Taieb
+33 1 417 417 07
To raise public awareness of dance, educational tools have been developed within the national network of choreographic development centers. The teaching aids are distributed by all CDCN.
This interactive digital tool is created to guide the viewer from 8 to 99 years old in his discovery of dance. Data-danse works to approach the codes of dance as a whole, to guide the viewer in the narrative of his or her own experience, to support cultural or educational professionals in their practice. Very readable and very useful with reference points (theater, street ... all the places where one dances), this digital device allows to use on several levels: autonomous for children and non-specialist spectators, accompanied for groups or classes starting from CE2 or in structuring use reserved for mediators and professionals of the culture. One more step forward for the diffusion of choreographic knowledge.
Available at: www.data-danse.fr (available from November onwards)
DANCES WITHOUT VISA
A PEDAGOGY OF DANCE BY GEOGRAPHY
Dances without visa is a new digital dance awareness tool. This website offers a fresco, a reading of the history of dances according to the circulation of the peoples throughout the world, from a selection of video excerpts from the archives of the Institut National de l ‘ Audiovisual (INA). http://fresques.ina.fr/danses-sans-visa/
A HISTORY OF DANCE IN 10 DATES
The first part of the educational packs created in 2007, he tackles the relationship between dance and current events, the social context and the political events of the twentieth century, from Loïe Fuller (1896) to Philippe Découflé (1992). It takes particular account of technological advances and their impact on tools to preserve the memory of dance.
A HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY DANCE IN 10 TITLES
This second part proposes a partial and subjective reading of contemporary dance. Starting from Merce Cunningham and Pina Bausch, he unfolds a wide panorama of emblematic choreographers of an era by linking them to these two great figures, by filiation or differentiation.
TOWN OF THE WORLD OF URBAN DANCES IN 10 CITIES
This conference by François Chaignaud, Cecilia Bengolea and Ana Pi offers an overview of street dances from around the world, from Krump to Los Angeles to Dancehall in Kingston, from Pantsula to Johannesburg to Voguing in New York. Interpreted by Ana Pi, she proposes a «live» form that combines documented documentary projections and danced extracts.
> Saturday, November 26th at 6 pm at the Médiathèque Hélène Berr, free admission.