Artistic training in dance/ choreography

L'Art Rue

Artistic training in dance/ choreography

Radouan Mriziga

The training program aims to develop critical thinking skills and encourages participants to question their creative processes, delving into concepts such as the body in space, movement, time, and context. It also aims to expand participants' perspectives through experimentation and exploration of other forms of artistic practices such as crafts, visual arts, and cinema, while equipping them with the necessary tools for self-critique and artistic development.

6 weeks, 5 days per week

L'Art Rue

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Training objectives :

The training aims to provide:

- Refined critical thinking skills to elevate the artistic practice.

- A deeper understanding of the creative process.

- A wider artistic vocabulary that transcends the current discipline.

- The ability to master self-critique for effective artistic development.

- The confidence to articulate the artistic vision with greater clarity and purpose.

Eligibility Criteria :

The program is extended to 8 young creators and choreographers from the dance field, who answer to the following criteria:

- Residing in Tunisia

- Fluent in Arabic and English

- Available full-time for the whole duration of the training program

-Motivated and dedicated to the training objectives

- Have professional experience in the field of dance and/or choreography

Training program duration:

The training program lasts 6 weeks, 5 days per week dispatched as follow:

  • 3 weeks: from September 23rd to October 11th, 2024
  • 3 weeks: from February 10th to February 28th, 2025

Application process and Training Coverage :

If the eligibility criteria are met, candidates are encouraged to submit their application by filling out the form linked below.

The program will provide a training grant for selected participants. Accommodation in Tunis will also be provided for those coming from the regions.

Transportation costs will be reimbursed for participants coming from the Tunisain regions, upon submission of the necessary documents.

Selection Process :

The candidate selection will proceed in two stages:

1. First Step: A preliminary screening of all received applications will be conducted. The results of this preliminary selection will be announced in mid-July.

2. Second Step : Candidates shortlisted in the first stage will be invited to an online interview with a selection committee.

Announcement of Results :

The final selection results will be announced at the end of July.

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Speakers / Trainers

Radouan Mriziga

is a choreographer and dancer from Marrakech based in Brussels. He started to develop his practice in Marrakech and in Tunis, before joining P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels where he graduated in 2012. Since then onward, he started to create his own oeuvre from which he received support from Moussem Nomadic Arts Center until 2019 and Kaaitheater were he was an artist-in-residence from 2017 to 2021. Currently Radouan is house-artist in de Singel in Antwerp and develops his works within his own company A7LA5. His latest pieces are: Atlas, Libya, Akal, Ayur, Tafukt, and Il Cimento dell’Armonia e dell’Inventione a collaboration with Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. In his works, he explores the relation between space, architecture, the body and its connection to mind and intellect and, more recently, the use of performance as a tool to produce and share knowledge about forgotten and repressed narratives.

External Guests :

The training program will feature the intervention of guest mentors, who will offer profound insights and guidance during specific sessions such as masterclasses, workshops, and critical discussions. These external guests, including national and international choreographers or theorists, will contribute to the training process, enriching participants' understanding and perspective. Their involvement will complement the guidance provided by Radouan Mriziga, focusing on the creative process and the organization of the body within different spatial contexts.