19 Dec 2018
Baltic Circle: Dream Catchers
(c) Photo: Lisa Giraldino
Become a dream catcher for three days and a night: join a community where what matters the most is not who you are during the day but what you experience when you are asleep. Seize the chance to share your dreams with other dreamers, discovering the artistic potential within them in a collective creative process based on improvisation.
Anthropologist Arianna Cecconi and visual/performing artist Tuia Cherici will conduct a three-days-and-a-night workshop to explore the imagery of dreams; writing, video, projections and performing improvisation will be the expressive tools employed to explore and create images inspired by the contents of our dreams and our perceptions and feelings.
Open call for participation: Participants and dreamers, who are interested in dreams and artistic intervention are looked for. For more information on the workshop content and registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
11.11.2011 at 7 pm – 12.11.2011 at 5 pm (includes sleepover)
13.11.2011 at 11 am – 5 pm
Gallery Augusta, Susisaari, Suomenlinna B 28.
The workshop will be held in English.
Fee: 40€ to cover the meals during the workshop.
Dream Catchers is part of the Baltic Circle Festival Lab Project, supported by the European Commission.
Baltic Circle 16.11. – 20.11.2011
Baltic Circle is an international contemporary theatre festival that takes place every November in Helsinki, both in theatre venues and on different sites in the city. Baltic Circle functions in the context of European contemporary performing arts, and is a platform for developing new trends and ideas. Baltic Circle presents new talents of contemporary theatre as well as organizes training programs, seminars, workshops, discussions and club events.