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NEW: Master of Theatre Practices

NEW: Master of Theatre Practices

The ArtEZ Master of Theatre Practices has evolved from the Master of Choreography (MoC) and now incorporates expanded notions of theatre, including dance and choreography. The partially residential programme sees artistic practice and research as dynamically inter-related practices; as sources for embodied and intellectual enquiry that, when rigorous, can challenge, rejuvenate or even trespass more traditional methods […]

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Pound

It is tremendously important that great poetry be written, it makes no jot of difference who writes it. Ezra Pound (1954)  

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MoC after research presentations

MoC after research presentations

Congratulations Artémise, Annika, Orly and Ursina! Theatre 3, ArtEZ // June 17th 2014 from left to right: Artémise Ploegaerts, Konstantina Georgelou, Annika Pannitto, João da Silva, Nienke Terpsma, Orly Almi, Ursina Tossi (with Leander) Share/Bookmark

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Final research presentations Master of Choreography, June 16 and 17, 2014

Final research presentations Master of Choreography, June 16 and 17, 2014

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Her, by Artémise Ploegaerts, Louis Hothohot and Ying Matthijsse, London, June 5th

Her, by Artémise Ploegaerts, Louis Hothohot and Ying Matthijsse, London, June 5th

A work combining video and archive in which the beauty and potential of the human body overcome a mere social and cultural identification of the individual.   flyer by Louis Hothothot Share/Bookmark

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Stability

The body is unstable or would not have survived. It is just enough unstable to make possible the struggle for equilibrium between its parts. Mable Elsworth Todd, The Thinking Body   Share/Bookmark

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