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CAPE Network meeting in Riga May 9th-13th.

Tallinn University BFM lecturers Tiina Ollesk and Renee Nõmmik and master's students in choreography leaded May 9th-13th in Riga through a co-operation project between the Latvian Academy of Culture (LAC) and the TU BFM. Within the framework of the project, students of the Estonian choreography curriculum Aneta Varts, Birgit Orulaid, Sandra Põld and...

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"BET 45+ dancers" working session in December was held in smaller groups: Tiina, Renee, Virpi, Oleg in Tallinn and Nikolay, Toby, Solveig in Kirkenes and Olga, Ramona, Vilnis in Riga. We share a moment from working group in Tallinn (based on phrase by Fiona Millward). RAZDEDAUCH - premier in Tallinn April1st 2022. Project is financed with the support of Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, also Estonian Ministry of Culture, Latvian Ministry of Culture, Hammerfest Commune.

Keywords: Bodies, boundaries, borders, breathing, breath, bones ....different cultures and experiences, age.....being together and individual at the same time....

BET project working session in December 2021, Riga Dancers: Ramona Galkina, Goda Laurinaviciute and Vilnis Birins. Dance artist´s BET project cooperation is supported by Creative Europe.

RAZDEDAUCH – production about living boundaries.

„RAZDEDAUCH" is new transnational collaborative dance production between partners from 7 countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, UK, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. BET – Body, Experience, Time.

Becoming present reveals the gained experience we all carry within us, with our interest for this project being to illuminate that uniqueness and capitalise our commonalities...

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Dancers answer why to be a dancer in any age.

It is self-evident that a young person loves to dance. The fact that being a dancer at an experienced age often makes the listener wonder. Because dancing needs strength, health, thought realization and a desire to be creative.

Here are interviews with dancers over the age of 50 from Estonia,...

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