Friday, April 27, 2007
Monday May 7th: First Workshop in Resins with Juul Jacobs. (In English)
Juul Jacobs, a Dutch artist who works in resins, will offer four workshops at Sa Taronja starting on May 7th. For artists interested in exploring the sculptural possibilities of plastics, polyester, polyurethane and epoxy resins this is a unique opportunity for hands-on experience.
May 7 to 11 / May 14 to 18 / May 21 to 25 / May 28 to June 1st
All workshops run from 10:00 a.m. to 13.00 p.m. daily
The cost for this workshop is 200 €, plus 30 € for materials.
A shorter workshop will be organized over two weekends for those who cannot attend during the week:
May 12-13 and 19-20
May 26-27 and June 2-3
Cost: 160 € and 30 € for materials.
Participants of all workshops are welcome to continue working during the afternoons.
The artist's work can be seen at www.juul.info
WORKSHOP "Reise zum Inneren Kind" (Journey to the inner child) (in German)
22 - 30 May 2007 with Renata Wenning, therapist, and Ira Marom, artist.
You will go on a journey… a journey that takes you to your Inner Child.
The Inner Child is our intuitive side and stands for feelings, memories, dreams, longings and experiences from childhood. He who feels the presence of his Inner Child can better identify his needs, and integrate them into his daily life.
We work with your personal pictures, printing them on sand. This careful and caring work with the Inner Child leads to creativity, curiosity, spontaneity and joy.
The workshop will be in German, and will take place at Sa Taronja from May 22-30.
6 hours daily; cost: 290,- Euro
Led by Renate Wenning, Social Education worker and Ira Marom, New Media Concept artist. For more information (in German):
Workshop/Seminar on Scene Craft by Fernando Ferrer
When: 28 - 29- 30 May from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Information and registration: Dolores Acosta
Please register by May 18th.
Cost: 75 €
Stage Training - Super-Intensive Seminar
Using Imagination and Sensitivity as the vehicle.
“The Performer, with a capital letter, is a man of action. He is not somebody who plays another. He is a doer, a priest, a warrior. He is outside aesthetic genres. Ritual is peformance, a completed action, an act. Degenerated ritual is spectacle. I am not trying to discover something new, but something forgotten. Something so old that the distinctions between aesthetic genres are no longer valid. .”
For the actor (performer) we propose simple and very concrete exercises which invite him to confront his difficulties and areas of aridity.
The activity is planned as a Training for professionals of the stage - singers, dancers, actors, acrobats - and for any who need to express to others their state of being.
The work is carried out on the instrument of the Performer himself. The Performer performs and is performed. He is the player and the instrument at one and the same time. This provides a layer of enormous and complex richness.
um 7:45 PM