Art stations fundation - by Grażyna Kulczyk

Studio Slodownia +3

entry fee - 1fajf (5zł)

Natalia Wilk FAJFY O SZÓSTEJ dance classes for amateurs

Natalia Wilk will run classes on following Mondays:
16th of February,
23rd of February and
2nd of March
at 18:00

Since October 2014 your favorite Monday dance classes return led by choreographers and dancers associated with the Old Brewery New Dance program. Physical activities do not require professional preparation. They are open to all lovers of contemporary dance!

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Natalia Wilk Natalia Wilk a freelance dancer, actress. Graduated from The Ludwik Solski State Drama School in Cracow at the Dance Theatre Department (diploma 2013) and The University of Silesia at the political science (diploma 2010). As a dancer she worked with Isabelle Schad in Collective Jumps, Cosmin Manolescu in Fragile, The Grotowski Institute in Wrocław and Paweł Passini, The Silesian Theatre Open Chopin dir. Robert Talarczyk, Harakiri Farmers Collective (Stille performance). She created dance solo Columna serpentinata in a frame of Residency/Premiere 2012 program in ŻAK Gdańsk.
She was dancing in projects choreographed by: Maguy Marin, Koen Augustijnen, Idan Cohen, Rafał Urbacki, Victoria Fox, Gilherme Botelho, Les Gens d'Uterpan. She participated in master-calsses workshops and coachings with: Liquid Loft Company, Les ballets C de la B, Anna Van den Broek, Robert Hayden, Yasmeen Godder, Mala Kline, Igor Podsiadły, Janusz Subicz,  .
She cooperates with Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology in 'Motion Capture' system research. Also - writes about dance. In 2011 she did research program about dance critics at San Diego State University in California. Each year she coproduces the magazine for dance festival „Na bosaka” in Połczyn Zdrój. Received the scholarship for Alternative Dance Academy 2014 in Poznań (Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk) and The Silesian Voievoidship Marshal Scholarship in Culture for 2013.
Her passion is traveling by hitch-hiking. That way she visited Western Africa, Central Asia, Iran, Balkans and majority of European Countries.