”What is Butoh? Avant-garde dance that was born in Japan” workshop

With great honor, we invited Emiko Agatsuma, principal dancer from the world-renown Butoh dance company 大駱駝艦(DaiRakudaKan Dance Company in Japan), to give us a joint workshop with IMCCI and dance department students from TNUA.
”What is Butoh? Avant-garde dance that was born in Japan” workshop

Location: Studio 8 Dance Department
Time: May 8th Friday 13:00-15:10 pm
Speaker: Emiko Agatsuma (principal butoh dancer from 大駱駝艦 DaiRakudaKan Dance Company in Japan)
Sponsored by IMCCI and the Dance department at TNUA
Poster and photo by 許生翰

Published by tnuaimcci

The International Master of the Arts Program in Cultural and Creative Industries (IMCCI) is a broadly based graduate program intended for students who want to start their journey in the Cultural and Creative Industries. Cultural and Creative Industries encompass a wide range of areas and opens up new possibilities for students to take their own profession or passion into this diverse field. This program is an intensive, collaborative master's course that combines analysis of the arts and cultural sector at international and local level. Our students are encouraged to merge creativity and entrepreneurship with the business know-how to get creative ideas off the ground by having the opportunity to participate in the creation of exhibitions, festivals, films and other activities related to this area.

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