Independent Contemporary Dance Festival 3
JUNE 12-15, 2008
Cultural Center of the Philippines
TO KEEP MOVING, TO KEEP BREATHING
TO KEEP BEING IN STEP, IN TIME, IN FLOW
TO KEEP REACHING
a dynamic exchange of ideas / changing paradigms / redefining the dance artist/ sharing processes / aspiration / moving bodies in an entire body of dance
Wi_Fi Body Festival derives from WDA-Philippines Contemporary Dance Map Project , held annually for International Dance Day at independent artist run performance spaces. An initiative of World Dance Alliance-Philippines Choreographers Network with the support of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, and the Japan Foundation Manila.
NINE - Airdance's 9th Anniversary Contemporary Dance Concert
Sept. 4 & 5, 2010, 8:00pm
Dance Forum Space, 36E West Ave., Quezon City
In celebration of its 9th anniversary, Airdance presents "NINE" - a Contemporary Dance production to be staged on September 4 and 5, 2010, 8:00pm at the Dance Forum Space, 36E West Ave., Quezon City. To be premiered in the upcoming show are new works by outstanding choreographers Paul Morales (Artistic Director of Ballet Philippines), Myra Beltran (Artistic Director, Dance Forum), Herbert Alvarez (Artistic Director, UP Dance Co.), Raul Alcoseba (Artistic Director, Chameleon Dance Theater), Christine Crame (Artistic Director, Seven Dance Co. & St. Benilde Romancon Dance Co.), Novy Bereber, and Ernest Hojlla.
INDEPENDENT CONTEMPORARY DANCE FESTIVAL 5
JUNE 25 - JULY 4, 2010
CULTURAL CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES
GREENBELT 5, AYALA MALLS
DANCE FORUM SPACE
The WiFi Body Independent Contemporary Dance Festival is a gathering of contemporary dance artists, a showcase for new and innovative contemporary dance works and a magnet for collaborations with artists of other disciplines with contemporary dance. A project of the Contemporary Dance Network Philippines in partnership with the Cultural Center of the Philippines, this festival has grown since its inception in 2006, to involve two hundred thirty-two (232) dance artists in twenty (20) dance organizations, with an average of fifty (50) choreographers with 52 contemporary dance piece premieres a year. WiFi Body Festival is, indeed, the pre-eminent contemporary dance event in the Philippines today.
Dynamic, innovative but pushing together for a common love for dance, this is the body of
contemporary dance in the Philippines.
WiFi Body 5 explores the theme "Body and Memory." Is not memory triggered by some imprint on the body, some lodged experience in the body, springing forth as memory?
It is when the body remembers, that one proceeds to create. And when the body remembers, there is Dance.
EXPERIMENT. REMEMBER. CREATE.
Join us for WiFi Body 5!
To view the entries to the 2nd Uncencored Bodies Dance Video Competition, click here.
The Contemporary Dance Network Philippines invite you to come and join us in the 2010 Contemporary Dance Map celebrations of the International Dance Day.
Opening with Moving Dance @ The LRT Dance Express on April 29, 1pm and 5pm at the LRT Line 2 Purple Line with performances at Legarda, Katipunan,Cubao stations and in the train while it is on transit. Our concept is to blur the line between the normal and the everyday with the idea of “performance”.
April 30, concludes our International Dance Day celebrations at the Dance Forum space in 36-e West Avenue Quezon City at 8pm. Tickets are at PhP 200 each and student price at PhP 100 each.
Participating groups are Airdance, UP Dance Company, Lyceum Dance Theater, Chameleon Dance Theater, Benilde de Romancon Dance Company and Myra Beltran’s Dance Forum.
Come and celebrate Dance with us for “Dance knows no class, no race, no boundary, Dance is for all!”
Video director: Ruelo Zendo | Artist/Choreographer: Jethro Pioquinto
Editor: Coreen Chan, Ruelo Zendo | Producer: Myra Beltran
Airdance joins the Philippine delegation to the World Exposition 2005 in Nagoya, Japan, from March 26 April 1, 2005. Organized by the Philippine Department of Tourism, the delegation includes Bayang Barrios, Bo Razon, and the Karangahan Folk Dance Group among others.
The delegation will perform at the Philippine Pavillion to showcase our country's culture in music and dance, both traditional and modern.
For more information, follow this link: www.tourism.gov.ph/Special/what_is_expo.asp