The objective of the GUIA project is the exchange of experiences, knowledge and methodology in artistic activities with people with disabilities. The project gathers people with disabilities and all people who wish to expand their knowledge and skills in working with them using artistic tools. The project includes international inclusive workshops and artistic creativity festivals for people with disabilities.
Six partner meetings were held during the Project. They included the following: Continue reading
One of the ideas I will take home from this two days conference, is the need of human being to touch and be touched. Either we speak about education or communication, and no matter who are the audiences, emotions are the only bond to involve someone in a project. Continue reading
Taking dance and movement as a creation element, these workshops invites people with functional diversity (physically disabled), non-professional, with and without dancing experience to create from the difference, to be surprised at the singularity of the other one, to reinvent our way of being in the world, to create our relationships. That’s why we incorporate dance professionals with or without disabilities into our workshops.
Dance expresses and communicates through the movement. Dance is broadened with new movements when our body explains different stories in different creation fields, with different capacities: we find a communication language from the possibilities offered by the diversity of their body, mind, culture and experience. We will learn to discover dance from a wheelchair, from the floor, from blindness, from the contact with others, from music and from the experience and expression through the movement. We all learn from all. Continue reading