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HCMC-Contemporary Dance – 3 Sessions Workshop

May 18, 20, 23, 07:00 pm – 08:30 pm
Kinergie Studio,
Near the District 1 Botanical Gardens.

From the organizer

“The movement that comes to us is just as natural as the breath. Sometimes we may not notice their existence but they are always rooted there, within ourselves. Then, with contemporary dance, those natural existences seem to become more sensitive, more focused and more conscious. ”

This May, Kinergie is very pleased to introduce to Kin lovers and dance lovers in Saigon a 3 day contemporary dance experience workshop, first held in Ho Chi Minh City.

Using the simple exercises of contemporary dance as a method to express and connect, this workshop will help you to gradually explore body movement, soul, mind, identify and overcome the limits set by yourself as well as dialogue, understanding and engaging with others in a fun, natural and creative way. A path that takes you into a new world where individuals are connected not only through the body, but also with the breath, the mind and the heart.

Tuition: 600k / 3 sessions
Number of students: 10-14 people


Hanoi-Exhibition: Old people old time

Until May 15, 9 am – 9 pm
Ơ Kìa Hanoi
639/39/39 Hoang Hoa Tham
From the organizer

People of the old years – who are they, where are they, since when? Old people old time!

The photo book of photographer Ha Tuong contains not only portraits of the artists from the old time, but also is the slice, the atmosphere of the era in which they used to live, love, sorrow, dedicate. There were a lot of rigmarole stories in the artist world – now through photographs, they are verified. There are things to feel nostalgic. And then there are realization, laughter, regrets is also evoked or put down!

Hanoi-Exhibition: “Covers”

Until June 28

Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst
Karl-Tauchnitz-Straße 9-11, 04107 Leipzig, Germany

From the organizer

Curated by: NguyenHai Nam
Artist: Tristan Schulze

Digital media continually increases our awareness of the virtuality of existence. Various applications, such as face filters, allow us to create and publish a variety of different images of ourselves. The coexistence of people, cyborgs and avatars not only changes our imagination, but also alters possible identities and forms of behaviour in private and public spaces.

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