6. Biennale Tanzausbildung 2018

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6th Dance Education Biennial 2018 Team

Artistic Direction: Prof. Nik Haffner, Britta Wirthmüller, Sophie Brunner
Conference Curator: Florian Malzacher
Curatorial Assistant for the Conference: Britta Wirthmüller
Technical Direction: Max Stelzl, Nikola Pieper
Manager of the 6th Dance Education Biennial’s Office: Peter Boragno
Office Assistant: Dino Spiri
Head of Communication and Press: Judith Brückmann
Communication and Press Assistant: Katharina Deparade
Student Assistants: Juan Felipe Amaya Gonzalez, Katerina Delakoura, Margarida Sofia Delmiro Alfeirão, Lydia Dresser, Enrique García Gil, Mijung Kwon, Kiana Rezvani, Duncan Routh, Zhenya Salinski, Sunayana Shetty, Shade Theret, Garazi Valmaseda

Host of the Performance Evenings: Cécile Bally, Renen Itzhaki
Conception of Impro-Jam: Camille Chapon
Graphics: Beate Müller | müllerDESIGN
Website Programming: Uwe Schröder | werbit
Translation: Laura Strack, Ruby Wilson
Documentation: Diego Agulló, Sheena McGrandles
Photographic Documentation: Marion Borriss

Biennial Team HZT Berlin

Head of Adminsitration: Sabine Trautwein
Clerical Processing: Elsa Goulko
Cooperation and Project Coordination: Eva-Maria Hoerster
Student Assistance: Ann-Kathrin Ullmann
IT-Administrator: Fa. integrate-it Netzwerk GmbH

The 6th Dance Education Biennial is a project of the Dance Education Conference (AKT), hosted by the Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin (HZT) and funded by the German Ministry for Education and Research. In cooperation with HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Tanztreffen der Jugend, Sasha Waltz & Guests, TanzRaumBerlin and Jazz Insitut Berlin (JIB). The project enjoys the friendly support of the Goethe Institute Cairo.

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