23 June, 2023
23 June, 2023
Well.Dance | movement and well-being course for cancer patients and survivors, their families or other interested persons
Workshop led by Cristina Lilienfeld and Cosmin Manolescu
🗓️ June 23, 19:00 - 20:30
📍FABER Cultural Center, Timișoara
"We dance freely as a way to be together but also as a creative means to get in touch with our own body, our stories and our questions.
We dance with the scars that cancer leaves in our lives.
We dance to tell our personal stories as a form of knowledge, support and healing.
We dance to celebrate the present moment, as we are now.
We dance to bring light into our bodies and to affirm our existence.”
In connection with the premiere of the contemporary dance show "Cancer, Choreographed" presented at the Faber Cultural Center in Timișoara, the choreographers Cristina Lilienfeld and Cosmin Manolescu will organize on June 23, 19:00 - 20:30 - Well.Dance - a workshop of Movement for cancer patients, survivors of this disease, supporting members/families of these I have people interested in well-being.
Well.Dance is a sensitive and humane foray into the traumas of fragmented, often invisible bodies. The workshop aims to provide support and a space for meeting and support for all those who have encountered cancer in various forms. For approximately 90 minutes, participants will connect to their bodies, move and explore their creativity through free improvisation sessions guided by the two choreographers, followed by discussions and film viewings.
The course is offered free of charge in connection with the premiere of the show in Timișoara on June 24, at 7:00 p.m.
Those interested in participating in the Well.Dance class are asked to send a reservation message to email@example.com or to phone/WhatsUp 0724357237 (Cristina) or phone 0722 322 366 (Cosmin).
The workshop "Well.Dance" is part of the project "Copacul vieții" organized by Fundația Gabriela Tudor and Centrul Cultural Reduta Brașov, project co-funded by AFCN. AFCN is not responsible for the project's content or the way the results of the project can be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.