On October 14-25, Pushkin Museum will host the 4th International Inclusive Festival. Its key theme is the experience of social exclusion, the lack of the emotional and tactile contact with the world in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The participants include the European flagship of the inclusive mobility practices and choreography, the Swiss company BewegGrund, known among Russian specialists and fans after their participation in the last year’s festival “Special View”.
The members of BewegGrund, Cornelia Jungo and Susanne Schneider will host several zoom workshops.
On October 20-21, they will present inclusive mobility master classes «Far and Close», which will allow participants explore all range of the movements despite distances and online space through plastic improvisation.
On October 21, BewegGrund will share company’s techniques for specialists and give a master class for everybody interested in inclusive dance. During the master class, Cornelia and Susanne will talk about their working methods, present the most interesting and effective exercises and share practical cases. More
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