2nd International Conference of Theatre Anthropology
Saturday 28th August 2021
Organised by the: Center of Theatre Anthropology
See the conference's leaflet here.
The Conference is taking place in collaboration and support from:
- The Technical University of Crete,TUC/MUSIC ,Laboratory of Distributed Multimedia Information Systems and Applications http://www.music.tuc.gr/
-“TIM-Theatre in Mathematics” is an Erasmus+ project that aims at the creation of a teaching methodology that integrates drama and mathematics.https://www.theatreinmath.eu/
-The HELLENIC THEATRE/DRAMA and EDUCATION NETWORK (TENet-Gr): an association of teachers and artists for the promotion of research on and practice of theatre,educational drama and other performing arts within formal and non formal education.Its dual aim is to provide for the performing arts in order that they can gain a central role in schools,and to contribute to the development of approaches and techniques,viewing theatre as an art form, as learning tool and as a tool for social intervention.TENet-Gr was founded in 1998 in Athens Greece as a network of teachers and artists and developed to a registered non-profit organization.
2nd Internationa Conference of Theatre Anthropology
“Barters: to give,to take, and to reciprocate”
28/08/2021 Digital Presentation(On Line)
https://tim.coursevo.com/joinRoom?code=Mjgy (Link to connect with the Conference)
Barter: as defined by Eugenio Barba as well as from the French Sociologist and Anthropologist Marcel Mauss and his work upon “gift exchange” (gift culture where valuables are not sold, but rather given without an explicit agreement for immediate or future rewards,) “The Gift” 1925.
The Center of Theatre Anthropology
Omma Studio theatre established in Heraklion, Crete, Greece, Center of Theatre Anthropology. The Center aims to study the behavior of the human being and its presence according to principles which are different from those used in daily life, that is in an organized performance, the trans-cultural analysis of this phenomenon in all fields of performative arts, as well as the expansion of knowledge of the scenic bios, in order to “learn how to learn”. Through the creation of universities’ network, from Greece and abroad, the Center aims to cover the research gap in our country, concerning Theatre Anthropology and its recurrent principles, to document and publish scholars’ lectures and performers’ presentations of the extra-daily use of their body that is the technique which governs their presence. The founder of Theatre Anthropology (School of Theatre Anthropology, ISTA, 1979) is the internationally acknowledged, master and director of Odin Teatret (Denmark), Eugenio Barba who is our Center’s honorary president.
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