SZENE
Salzburg

nvited by SZENE, the apap-associated artist and choreographer based in Paris, Ivana Müller, will be attending the symposium.
nvited by SZENE, the apap-associated artist and choreographer based in Paris, Ivana Müller, will be attending the symposium. © Liesbeth Bernaerts

Symposium by the Department of Music and Dance Studies

Post-utopia and Europe in the contemporary scenic arts

This symposium will principally address two questions: How are the scenic arts in Europe currently determined by its political, institutional, economic and social realities? What are the ways in which the performing arts reflect and construct “Europe” in contemporary productions and which historical resonances can be established with regard to this?

In addition a Panel Discussion with the title European contemporary performing arts policy: a local perspective is held. Performing arts professionals active in the spheres of theatre, dance, choreography, performance, dramaturgy and art education discuss European-level artistic policy, its goals, effects and future directions.

Thu 23 Jan 1 p.m.– 8 p.m.
Fri 24 Jan 9 a.m.– 6 p.m. (Panel Discussion 3 p.m.– 4.30 p.m.)
Dance Studio (Room 2.105, 2nd floor), Unipark Nonntal, Erzabt-Klotz-Str. 1
Free entry, in English


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Concept: Nicole Haitzinger (Salzburg) / Alexandra Kolb (Roehampton)
Keynote Speaker: Milena Dragićević-Šešić (UNESCO Chair Interculturalism, Art Management and Mediation; Professor of Cultural Policy & Cultural Management, Cultural studies, Media studies, University Belgrad), Arianna Beatrice Fabbricatore (Professor of Philosophy, Paris-Sorbonne IV) 
Presentations: Alexandra Baybutt, Massimo De Giusti, Anna Leon, Christoph Lepschy, Nicole Haitzinger, Luke Purshouse, Alexandra Kolb
Panel Discussion with: Angela Glechner, Christoph Lepschy, Katharina Schrott, Julia Schwarzbach, Theresa Seraphin Moderation: Anna Leon
In cooperation with: Paris-Lodron-University Salzburg / University Mozarteum: Kooperationsschwerpunkt Wissenschaft und Kunst: Programmbereich „Figurationen des Übergangs“, Department of Music and Dance Studies

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