December 3, 2019

DAS THIRDcycle Forum 2019

DAS Graduate School at Amsterdam University of the Arts

and then the air holds them between us. Courtesy DAS Graduate School.

On Saturday, December 14, 2019 the Annual Forum 2019 on THIRDcycle research takes place at DAS Graduate School, Amsterdam. During this day artists from dance, theatre, music and visual arts pursuing research in international educational institutions will individually and collectively present their ongoing projects in 3 blocks per 3 hours each.

"One of the dynamics of our peer learning experience is how we put our individual resources, creative and otherwise, at the service of our colleagues to enrich and question and inform their processes and their work. In our praxis sessions we work for each other, dance for each other, think with each other. Part of our query in this forum is how our works and research topics will behave, interact and influence each other when existing together in the same space. Performative acts, expository moments and collaborations will all appear as an experiment of our ecosystem of study. We welcome heterogeneous manners of being with research and we invite the audience to experiment shifting modes of perception and reception as a possible pleasure."

THIRD Cohort 2: Alison Isadora, Gustavo Ciríaco, Jennifer Lacey, Mike O'Connor, Nienke Scholts, Rosie Heinrich, Siegmar Zacharias

Reserve your spot for the day-programme: register here.

December 14, 2019
10am–1pm block 1
1–2pm lunch
2–5pm block 2
5–6pm dinner
6–9pm block 3
9–10pm drinks

Note: It will be an on-going programme and there will be not a detailed programme communicated beforehand.
You are very welcome to arrive and leave as you wish—joining us for the whole-day-programme is encouraged!

DAS Graduate School initiated the 3rd cycle research group THIRD. It is a unique facilitating model designed as a two-year trajectory for small-scale learning cohorts of seven fellows each year. THIRD prepares theatre and dance artists for 3rd cycle research opportunities through the processes of refining their individual artistic research proposals, sharpening their national and/or international aspirations, and defining their funding possibilities.

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