What is dance? Why should you dance? Can you dance? What makes you dance? Come to our Open House on Saturday, April 19 and find answers and inspiration in TEN hours of exciting workshops and sessions.
8:45 am – Aditi Bheda (Surya Namaskar)
10 am – Ranjana Dave (Odissi)
11:15 am – Vaibhav Arekar and students (Bharatanatyam)
12:30 pm – Shruti Jasani (Aerial dance)
2 pm – Atalya Baumer (ballet)
3:30 pm – Sanjukta Wagh (Kathak)
5:30 pm – Astad Deboo (contemporary dance)
Dance Dialogues has been working with practitioners and dance lovers in Bombay for two-and-a-half years, helping them connect with provocative and diverse ideas, individuals and institutions, towards informing their practice in multi-disciplinary ways. We promote the understanding of dance as a richly layered practice that shares perforated boundaries with other art forms.
Simply put, we focus on getting more and more people to love dance, even as they question, challenge and make their own way through its history and practices and create its future. We work towards a Bombay where we no longer need to explain why dance/ dance education/ dance research is important/ valuable/ useful. A Bombay where dance is so embedded, so obvious, that it just IS.