you are warmly invited

Platform for reflection and feedback on the state of work in the performing arts

On 25 and 26 July 2021, HELLERAU will host version #4 of you are warmly invited. The event series addresses Saxon art and culture professionals who base their practice in the field of performing arts and invites them to enter into a joint exchange and to network with each other. To this end, you are warmly invited regularly and exclusively sets up a confidential atmosphere for gathering in collegiality on a weekend together with a collaborating venue.

For each version of you are warmly invited, several artistic positions are invited to present their work states, ideas and material in the making, which are then reflected upon using moderated feedback methods. In version #4, the artists Benjamin Schindler, Minh Duc Pham, Johanna Roggan, Julia*n Meding will present their work.

Registration is already closed.

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Presentation: Benjamin Schindler, Minh Duc Pham, Johanna Roggan, Julia*n Meding

Moderation: Ulrike Feibig

Organisation: Alisa Hecke, Julian Rauter, Angelika Waniek

Further information: www.youarewarmlyinvited.com

Contact: youarewarmlyinvited@posteo.de

you are warmly invited Version #4 is a production by Alisa Hecke, Julian Rauter and Angelika Waniek in co-production with HELLERAU – European Centre for the Arts.

Funded by the Cultural Office of the City of Leipzig, supported by the NPN – STEPPING OUT, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR initiative.

Funded within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

With the kind support of the SERVICESTELLE Freie Szene

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Su 25.07.2021 Su 25.07.
2021
17:30

you are warmly invited

Platform for reflection and feedback on the state of work in the performing arts

17:30
Archive
Archive
Mo 26.07.2021 Mo 26.07.
2021
09:30

you are warmly invited

Platform for reflection and feedback on the state of work in the performing arts

09:30
Archive