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DANCE: Attakkalari India Biennial

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Date(s) - 06/02/2015 - 15/02/2015
9:30 am

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DANCE: Attakkalari India Biennial

3.00 pm onwards | 6th – 15th of February | Alliance française, Chowdiah Memorial Hall & Ranga Shankara 

The next edition of the Attakkalari India Biennial , South Asia’s largest and most important international festival for contemporary dance and movement arts, will be held between February 6th and 15th, 2015. True to its theme“Dance Connect”, the Attakkalari India Biennial 2015 will strive to foster new connections in producing, presenting, receiving contemporary dance locally and globally.The Biennial has and continues to serve as a forum for fresh ideas, exchange of cutting edge knowledge and expertise in dance, design and research. Artists from various parts of the world come together to present their work, share their experiences, exchange ideas, explore new territories and throw open a dynamic space for creative expression through performance,network and collaboration.

(click on the image for an enlarged view) – Tickets are available on bookmyshow.com, at the Attakkalari office in Wilson Garden and tickets for shows at Ranga Shankara are also available at the venue.

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Attakkalari India Biennial 2015 is the seventh edition of the festival and is organised

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:
Department of Tourism, Government of Karnataka | Indian Council for Cultural Relations | Ministry of Culture, Government of India | Royal Norwegian Embassy | Goethe Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan | Pro Helvetia- Swiss Arts Council | British Council | InKo Centre | Arts Council Korea | Institut Francais | Alliance Francaise de Bangalore

SUPPORTED BY:
Centre for Law and Policy Research | Performing Arts Fund NL | The Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China | Arts Council of New Zealand | Prakriti Foundation | Inlaks India Foundation | Critical Path, Sydney | Dance Base, Edinburgh | swissnex India | Movenpick Hotels and Resorts | Consulate General of Switzerland in Bangalore | Australia Council for the Arts, Australian Government | Jayshree Poddar from Himatsingka Seide.