24 November 2023

Antic Teatre’s Community Arts Project. New community line with young people

Adolescènics 12@17 laboratory / Sample process

Friday, November 24th at 7 pm
Languages: Catalan and spanish
Duration: 60/70 minutes

Created and performed by: Social-educational group 12@17 of the Fundación Albert with local residents from Antic Teatre’s community arts project: Aurora Roig González, Emilia Martín Moreno, Maria Isabel Gutiérrez, Jonathan Carrillero, Enrique Ibáñez, Mercè Martínez, Mari Cruz Paván, Yolanda Prieto and Montserrat Cussó
Therapeutic accompaniment and choreographic transmission: Montserrat Iranzo i Domingo
Video recording and editing: Abel Montes
Adaptations, musical composition and sound design: Pau de Nut
Lighting design and technical coordination: Antic Teatre Technical Team
Coordination and direction of Antic Teatre’s Community Arts Project: Marta Galán Sala and Montserrat Iranzo i Domingo

A Dansalut and Antic Teatre production.

In collaboration with: Mercat de les Flors, OSIC, ICUB and Càtedra de Moviment i Llenguatge de l’UdG.

Antic Teatre has, for the past 12 years, run a community arts project with local residents aged 65+ aimed at making them active participants in the cultural and artistic life of the city. This year, we introduce the Adolescènics 12@17 laboratory, a new line of community action, this time involving young people and conceived in collaboration with Dansalut and Fundación Albert. This move underscores Antic Teatre’s endeavours in guaranteeing cultural democracy and increasing the understanding, enjoyment and practice of contemporary performance arts in our immediate surroundings. We also kick off a networking collaboration with Mercat de les Flors, joining up with the young people from the Moving project directed by Maria Ferré in the Poble Sec neighbourhood.

Marta Galán Sala is an author and director of post-dramatic and documentary theatre stage projects. Since 2019, she has been designing collaborative projects which use performance arts as tools for community cultural development and/or social change. She currently teaches at the Institut del Teatre and is part of the IT Acció Social i Comunitària team. She is a cultural manager and has collaborated on the design and production of educational programmes at various museums.

Montserrat Iranzo i Domingo is a social worker, pedagogue, choreographer and doctoral student at the UdG. She specialises in dance applied to health, education and social work with diverse groups. in 2012, her project DANSALUT won the Dansacat award in the Dance and Society category.

foto: Marta Galán Sala
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