During Göteborgs Kulturkalas that takes place in Gothenburg on August 16-20, Spinn will contribute with both workshops and performances. And in addition to this, our amzing dancer Emilia Wärff will also be the host at Tältscenen on Kungstorget on Thursday August 17!
Spinn/SpinnUnga and Nadia Nair
SpinnUnga and dancers from Spinn will share the stage with Swedish artist Nadia Nair at Tältscenen on Kungstorget on August 16 at 16.00.
The concert comes from a collaboration between Nadia Nair and Spinn/SpinnUnga along with choreographer Anna Bergström. The collaboration started during spring 2017 with the music video for the track Forever. The concerts starts with SpinnUnga, Spinns company for young dancers, performing the piece Rätt att ta plats, followed by a shared concert with Nadia Nair, her band and dancers from both Spinn and SpinnUnga.
Rätt att ta plats was created by Anna Bergström, Director of SpinnUnga, along with the dancers.
Read more about the concert here.
The concert is open to everyone and free of charge.
Dansworkshop with SpinnVäxa and Passalen
SpinnVäxa and Passagen will host workshops at Trädgårdsföreningen, Thursday August 17 at 14.15-14.45 for ages 4-6, and at 15.00-15.45 for ages 12 and above.
Join us for an exiting workshop where we work with each individual’s unique possibilities as the starting point. In dance we meet on equal terms, because dancing doesn’t have to be that hard. Here we encourage curiosity, exploration and drive. This is a creative dance workshop for people both with and without disabilities.
The Prova på! area where the workshops are held is located at the playgrounds in Trädgårdsföreningen. Follow the instructions from the audience hosts so that everyone who wants to take part can have a good experience. Parents with strollers are advised to place these in the designated areas. The whole area is accessible for wheelchair and walker users.
The workshops are lead by Jenny Sandgren Wahlström, Dance Teacher and Director of SpinnVäxa.
Read more about the workshop for children ages 4-6 here.
Read more about the workshop for ages 12 and above here.
The workshops are open to everyone and free of charge.