This Certificate of Advanced Studies is aimed at international professional artists in the field of contemporary performing arts, with or without disabilities, who want to deepen their artistic practice and expand their repertoire in inclusive contexts:
The CAS Diversity and Inclusive Practice in Performing Arts provides the means for the artistic realization of performing arts projects, from creation to tour. It enables the participants to reflect on their inner attitude as performers by exploring new forms and formats and developing their own stylistic, performative signature in dialogue with the group. Confronting people’s diversity, their fragility, and their potential, are key to creativity. This approach is the anchor, facilitating the collection of intuitions and details that arise from an open and attentive observation of the environment and the people involved in the work. The focus of the practical-theoretical training should not be the therapeutic aspects, but rather the artistic, aesthetic, and performative questions raised by the participants. Starting from a basis of familiarity with one’s own artistic habits and adherence to certain rules, confrontation with other artists can open new perspectives, particularly to do with the diversity of bodies and their artistic potential. The training offers a practically oriented way to develop new creative practices through the exchange of different professional experiences.
The CAS program is coordinated and organized by the Accademia Dimitri (SUPSI) in collaboration with Emanuel Rosenberg (Teatro Danzabile).
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