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Schedule AIB2017

About Attakkalari India Biennial 2017

Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts provides a national and international platform for the latest in contemporary dance and features renowned movement artists as well as emerging voices. The organisation aims to stimulate the growth of a vibrant performing arts scene in the country. The Centre also helps encourage, nurture, and mentor young talent in dance and movement arts. The 10-day dance festival will witness cutting-edge contemporary dance and digital performances from several countries, including the Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, South Korea, Poland, South Africa, Finland, and India.

True to its theme, BLR MOVES, the Attakkalari India Biennial 2017 strives to animate Bengaluru’s cityscape with movement and digital arts, infusing new energy via the main performances of the festival and various lead-up and allied activities at different iconic venues across the city.

About Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts

Attakkalari was constituted in 1992 to facilitate the development of contemporary cultural expressions in India, particularly in the performing arts, and is today recognised internationally as an important educational institution and cultural organisation in South Asia. Committed to interdisciplinary and intercultural art practices, Attakkalari provides dynamic leadership and makes strategic interventions to stimulate the growth of a vibrant contemporary performing arts scene in Bengaluru and in India as a whole. Since its inception in 2001, Attakkalari has made significant contributions to developing the performing arts scene in India, particularly in the realm of physical performance, stage technologies, choreography, and pedagogy. Driven by the underlying philosophy “Traditional Physical Wisdom, Innovation & Technology” Attakkalari has initiated several strategic and interlinked programmes, which have made a bold impact and are now inspiring and being emulated by artists and organisations working in contemporary dance and performance throughout India.

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Creative Movement Therapy Association of India (CMTAI)

Workshop: Dance-in-Education (DIE)
Facilitated by Tripura Kashyap
(Movement therapist / Dance Educator / Choreographer
DIE is the Art & Science of teaching creative movement to children in schools. It includes theories, concepts & process of integrating dance into educational settings. Dance promotes physical fitness, enriches creativity and enhances expression in children. The sessions offer a space for children to enhance their confidence and social skills while learning academic subjects through dance.

The workshop offers:
Definition, principles, scope and objective of dance pedagogy
Innovative methods and techniques of teaching dance
Providing variety and contrast in movement experiences
Evaluating teaching and learning skills
Designing a dance curriculum
Creative movement activities & games
Creation of dance studies linked to subjects like Math, Science, Language etc
Customizing dance for different age groups
Enhancing facilitation skills
Educational Dance Choreography

The workshop is open to Teachers, Special Educators, Group leaders & Artists working with children.

Venue: Basement studio, Alliance Francaise, 108, Thimmaiah Road, Opposite U.N. I Building, Vasant Nagar, Bangalore 560052
Dates: Sunday, 5th February & Monday 6th February 2017.
Timings: 5th (11 am to 6 pm) & 6th (9.30 am to 4.30 pm)

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CMTAI Presents
Workshop: MY BODY, MY WISDOM- An experience-rich workshop, blending Expressive-Creative movement, Self-awareness practices, Psychotherapy & Metaphoric exercises using Music with Art).

Facilitated by: 
Tripura Kashyap (Movement therapist / Dance educator / Choreographer
Santha Kumar (Psychotherapist / Executive coach) 
Sophie Christopher (Counsellor / ICF life coach / Group process facilitator)

Venue: Basement hall, Chitrakala Parishat, Kumara Krupa Road, Bangalore
Dates: 15th to 17th July 2016 from 10 am to 5 pm


Certificate course: Expressive Movement Therapy This intensive module offers theoretical frameworks and creative-healing movement experiences from dance therapy. It also includes evolution, principles, goals, approaches and techniques of the discipline used in group & individual work.  

Course Schedule:  Aug 28th to 4th September / 2nd to 9th October & 5th to 12th November (216 hours spread over 4 months) / Timings:  9.30 am to 6.30 pm (All days)
VenueShoonya studio for Art and Somatic practices,   Bangalore - 560027

Course Facilitators:
Expressive Movement Therapy: Theory & Practice: Tripura Kashyap 
Psychodynamic principles / Psychiatry & Ethics in EMT: Preetha Ramasubramanian 
Expressive arts therapies (Personal therapy & Counselling):  Brinda Jacob 
Dance skills & Anatomy: Nakula Somanna 
Laban Movement Analysis: Tanvi Bajaj
Research Skills in EMT: Anubha Harlalka

For workshop & course details mail: or call 9686122551 / 9886059268
For registration details for workshop / course & FAQ for course visit: – LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE!
Link for CMTAI’s documentary film: Dance Movement Therapy: visit ‘Creative movement therapy association of India (CMTAI)’ on youtube
Link for CMTAI’s 1st Indian journal on dance therapy:

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