Friday, January 27, 2023

Start the year with good company at La Caldera

La Caldera hosts sixteen creative residencies and two technical residencies, offering a wide range of possibilities for citizens and their artistic development.

have accommodation spaces for experimentation and research, construction and production designed so that the artist could develop his works. A public call is opened annually for a host of projects. The selection commission, which is made up of various agents from the field, is the one that selects residential projects, Beyond the centrally organized accommodations and activities, La Caldera welcomes and supports a variety of artists In collaboration with other projects and festivals.

The selection committee for the year 2023 is composed of Carolina Campos, Jordi Cortés, Carmelo Fernández, Anna Giribet, Sonia Gómez and Oscar Dassi. This committee has chosen 16 creative residencies and 2 technical residencies,

Las abode of creation They are based on accepting projects in their entirety or at a specific stage of the construction process. The aim is to provide time and space to deepen processes and work topics in a particular context that allows for the maturation and development of proposals. On the other hand, the technical accommodation They are aimed at small and medium-format proposals in their final stages of preparation or, due to the nature of the research, they require a space with technical equipment.

In this latest edition we can find artists such as Adeline Anobile, B. Fernández and Carmelo Salazar, Blanca Tolsa, Bruno Brandolino, Claudia Paige Rabal, Alice Moro, Georgia Vardarou, Guillem Mont de Palole, Hodworks, Josefa Pereira, Layla Tafur, Compañia Perro . DeGola, Marcia Lanca, Rosa Muñoz and Monica Muntaner, Veronica Navas Ramirez and Victor Pérez Armero, all residents of Creation. In technical housing we find Park Keto and Rosa Romero.

programming

Raw Creation Capsules

Friday 13 January
8:00 p.m.
anna fontanet
Informal inauguration work in progress in (Don’t ask anything now – Don’t ask anything now). A research process born out of curiosity and interest in creating live sounds – VoiceScapesHand in hand with dance and digital arts. Voice coheres with the physicalities of body and space. By playing and listening, it triggers sounds and voices, which pass through and transform into a swing that moves from outside to inside and outside. Every sound, every movement, can be a biographical piece.
Free with prior reservation.

family programming

Saturday 21 January
at 6 pm.
comet by Roger Lopez Espinosa

comet It is single for boys and girls of 6 to 10 years of age. An unexpected visitor, through his curiosity and his discoveries, invites us to see our environment with new eyes. comet A galactic adventure to rediscover and marvel at the force of gravity, the possibilities of movement, and the power of empathy. Geometry, sports and the speed of light. Universe, fiction and interstellar travel. And above all, it’s a party to celebrate that we’ve found each other!
Recommended for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 10.

Saturday 25 February
at 6 pm.
Plankton by Anna Rubirola / Big Bouncers
word plankton Provienne del Grigo Plankton [plancton], and that means that which goes wrong. These microorganisms living on the ocean floor are one of the few living creatures that cannot move on their own, instead allowing themselves to be pulled along by ocean currents. plankton is a dance piece with an immersed and marked character based on plankton as a source of inspiration, which seeks to develop a multidisciplinary natural experience and to enter through the body and movement a world where everything possible. A world where every small thing becomes of great relevance. A body where the body emits light and remains in suspension. The piece asks us about our relationship as humans with the little creatures that live under water, and seeks to highlight that little things (and little creatures, such as boys and girls) are fundamental to life.
Recommended for boys and girls ages 4 to 7.

dunslabo

Fridays from January to March
5 pm to 6:15 pm
with Claudia Solvat
17th edition of our Kids Dance Lab. A space to explore with the body and play with the possibilities of movement, with proposals made with great care by a different maker each quarter.
We start with Claudia Solvat’s proposal:
1 foot, 8 hands, 5 knees, skin, 3 jumps, 15 nails, pika parade…
The ceiling breathes and bleeds.
Ten days to play, discover and imagine together, where the body will be the protagonist.
Turn. We will spin the dance, we will spin around the body and we will make these meetings a space for coexistence and unique creation.
Kids dance and acting lab for boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 9.

dance in schools
Dance in the Schools is an educational program co-created by La Caldera and the District of Les Cortes whose main objective is to bring dance closer to the students of schools and institutions in the city, offering a program adapted and designed for each age group .

January 16 to January 20
comet by Roger Lopez Espinosa
For primary education students.


February 20 to February 24
plankton by Anna Rubirola and the Big Bouncers
for preschool students.

coworking space rental

The La Caldera office shares a work space with various entities related to the arts of the body and movement, as well as other disciplines and work areas.
If you are interested in renting a space at La Caldera, contact lacaldera@lacaldera.info

See more information on the La Caldera website.

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