(mezzosopran, LQBTIQ activistic choir, making of music video, performances in Zagreb, Vukovar, Vinkovci, island Lesvos, Greece)
Inclusive dance workshop (Iva Nerina Sibila)
IMRC (Integrated Movement Research Collective) is an integrated contemporary dance group founded in 2012, based at the Zagreb Dance Centre and supported by HIPP. Its premise is that dance and movement are not conditioned on certain physical given abilities, but that physical expression, experience of dance and performance of it belongs to everyone. It is currently the only inclusive dance group of its kind in Croatia.
IMRC – Integrated Movement Research Collective is calling all those interested in dance, including both professional dance artists as well as all those regardless of any physical challenges or other disabilities to join in the free dance workshop aimed for all sorts of bodies.
Unlimited Access, a project co-funded by the EU Culture programme, seeks to profile some of the best disabled-led performing arts work in Europe, and to promote increased access to the arts of both disabled audiences and disabled artists alike. Throughout 2014, a series of ‘Creative Encounters’ in Croatia, Portugal and Greece are providing an experimental space for disabled and non-disabled artists and performers to interact, connect and learn from each other in practical dance workshops.
Spanish choreographer and performer Jordi Cortés Molina is the Artistic Director of Jordi Cortés – Alta Realitat Company, Barcelona’s leading integrated dance organisation. As part of Unlimited Access, Jordi facilitated Croatia’s Creative Encounter in Zagreb in December 2013.