APRENDANZA

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A new edition of learning arrives, of the 23 al 25 of September. In this edition we wanted to get closer to that dance that belongs to all of us, to the traditional roots and how our schools can be those meeting places. This will also be the first edition that we do from and at the Teatro Real and with a very special collaboration with PLANEA-Network of art and school. We have prepared this edition, as usual, with great care and thinking of you.

There can be no better time to return to learning than this course that begins without COVID measures and with great enthusiasm. Remember that squares fly!

ACCESS HERE TO THE ALL PROGRAMMING

>> At the Royal Theater

>> 23, 24 Y 25 of September

>> Precio: 30€. Single price for the set of activities.

>> Limited capacity

In collaboration with:

PLANEA-art and school network

What is learning?

aprendanza is a participatory format meeting in which through a program of activities and workshops a climate of reflection is promoted, practice and exchange of experiences around the movement, the body and the living arts and their role in education.

There is a dance school, with bodies that learn in motion. We believe in dance as a common heritage and in artistic and scenic creation as transversal axis that connects learning and essential skills for life.

aprendanza has its seed in a series of encounters developed by LÓVA in collaboration with Matadero Madrid (#apren12), in which they began to explore and work on the relationship between education and performing and choreographic practices. From those encounters would be born, later and more formally, the learning project, at the proposal of and coordinated by LÓVA, in collaboration with Matadero Madrid and the Compañía Nacional de Danza together with those who celebrate the editions of 2014, 2015 Y 2016. In 2018 the meeting was held at Centro de Danza Canal, Free Institution of Education and Matadero Madrid. In 2019 in La Casa Encendida, ETSIDI- Higher Technical School of Engineering and Industrial Design and CaixaForumMadrid

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