Kinitiras, from September 2020 to June 2021, taking into consideration the new social (and not only) circumstances, remains in a transitional mode and proceeds step by step.
The Community Dance Residency on Transition and the exchange between Africa and Europe, originally programmed for Spring 2020 in the frame of In Progress Feedback Festival, is back, updated with creative proposals responding to globally spread challenges.
The time has come for us to move on to a new model of artistic existence that will continue to unite artists and amateurs from Greece and abroad without Kinitiras having a permanent base.
“Lifestyle Drug” duet is moving amongst colorful madness of western way of life.
A small gift from Kinitiras performed by many different performers of all ages and their cats somewhere between Greece, UK and India.
Taking under serious consideration the world wide epidemic of coronavirus we decided to postpone the first part of IPFF2020.
The Goethe-Institut Athen, the French Institute of Greece and Kinitiras in collaboration with Flux Laboratory Athens are offering a residency program for artists in Spring 2020 in Athens, with the support of the Franco-German Cultural Fund.
The IPFF2020 focuses on dance due to the high level of applications in this field.
Kinitiras Network for Performing arts based in Athens is curating a long residency in LO STUDIO, Switzerland, inviting women dance makers to create based on the thematic umbrella of transition, mostly focusing on the idea of Femininity in transition.
Applications’ deadline for the residency and the IPFF is midnight on 26/12/2019 (Greek time).
Antigone’s Gyra solo, “We can do it”, performed by Aphrodite Vervenioti is going to be presented at Bite Size Pieces of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London.
July is full of workshops and guest artists at Kinitiras.