22.11. – 02.12.2018

Polski Transfer

HELLERAU – European Centre of the Arts, located in Dresden, near the borders to the Czech Republic, but also to Poland, sees itself as a hub between Western and Eastern Europe with the associated questions of identity and history in a regional and global context. HELLERAU is concerned to invite its neighbours* and to stimulate a dialogue beyond the rapid politics of the day through contemporary stage arts. On the occasion of Poland’s 100-year independence, a broad spectrum of selected artistic positions in contemporary Polish theatre will be presented with performances, music, films, installations, encounters and discussions.

Polish theatre has always been intensively involved in dealing with the consequences of centuries of foreign rule, the division of the country and the processing of the suffering of these experiences. In the sense of an identity-forming role against national oppression, the Polish theatre acted out various forms of resistance aesthetically. The National Theatre Movement, Polish Romanticism, but also the alternative (student) theatre movement in socialist times – all these were signs of an artistic resistance movement in theatre with an emphasis on a thoroughly missionary and enlightening character, but also with aesthetic inventions that possessed unique selling points worldwide. With the regaining of Poland’s independence after 1989, the renewal of Polish theatre also began on the peripheries, beyond the great cultural centres. The “Young Wild Ones” focused on the distinctive social change, the wild post-war capitalism and the more complex society. Increasingly, however, questions about a reappraisal of history in the context of the nation state that has moved to the right, about today’s understanding of democracy and about the role of Polish citizens and an active civil society are playing an important role.

Festival
Th 22.11.2018 Th 22.11.
2018
17:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
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QAI/CEE

Karol Radziszewski

Admission possible at any time
17:00
Ecksalon Ost
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Festival
Festival
Fr 23.11.2018 Fr 23.11.
2018
17:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
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QAI/CEE

Karol Radziszewski

Admission possible at any time
17:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
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Festival
Festival
Fr 23.11.2018 Fr 23.11.
2018
22:00
Dalcroze-Saal
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Wodka-Lounge und Künstler*innengespräch

Mit Komuna Warszawa, Cezary Tomaszewski, Janek Turkowski, Anna Smolar | Englisch | Party ab 23:00 Uhr
22:00
Dalcroze-Saal
Eintritt frei
Festival
Festival
Sa 24.11.2018 Sa 24.11.
2018
13:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
Eintritt frei

QAI/CEE

Karol Radziszewski

Admission possible at any time
13:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
Eintritt frei
Festival
Festival
Sa 24.11.2018 Sa 24.11.
2018
18:00
Treff: Besucherzentrum
Workshop
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ArtRose – Das 60+-Community-Tanz-Ensemble

This time with film and theatre director Anna Karasińska and Jenny Coogan (Professor, Palucca University of Dance).
18:00
Treff: Besucherzentrum
Workshop
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Festival
Festival
Su 25.11.2018 Su 25.11.
2018
13:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
Eintritt frei

QAI/CEE

Karol Radziszewski

Admission possible at any time
13:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
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Festival
Festival
Su 25.11.2018 Su 25.11.
2018
14:30
Dalcroze-Saal
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Polski Transfer – Gesprächsrunde

Statements und Gespräche zu u.a. "Feminisierung des Theaters und der Öffentlichkeit. ", "Soziale Kunstprojekte als politisches Statement", "Polnis ...
14:30
Dalcroze-Saal
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Festival
Festival
Sa 01.12.2018 Sa 01.12.
2018
13:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
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QAI/CEE

Karol Radziszewski

Admission possible at any time
13:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
Eintritt frei
Festival
Festival
Su 02.12.2018 Su 02.12.
2018
13:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
Eintritt frei

QAI/CEE

Karol Radziszewski

Admission possible at any time
13:00
Ecksalon Ost
Ausstellung
Eintritt frei
Festival