Several audiences concerned
THE MIXED AUDIENCE
THE EXCLUSIVELY FEMININE PUBLIC
Level. Everyone without restriction. It is not necessary to have learned dance, but to want to get involved in a collective project where it
is a question of sharing and reinventing new rituals.
The transmission is based on the El hâl © dance, - a method of anchoring through movement that offers a field of experimentation and exploration of archaic movements resulting from ritual dances.
Traditions du futur offer several options.
Traditions du futur 1 - Creative workshops and performance of residents in public spaces
Participants : Mixed or exclusively female. Level all. Up to 50 people.
Duration: 15 hours divided into 5 workshops of 3 hours over a period agreed with the organizer.
Creation: Saïda Naït-Bouda in collaboration with Isabelle Maurel and the participation of the inhabitants
Music: live music with 1 musician or recorded music.
Interpretation: the inhabitants guided by Isabelle Maurel and Saïda Naït-Bouda.
Traditions du futur 2 - Extract of dance, conference, collective practices
A choreographic ritual of today - to practice or to contemplate - which brings into play the traces of the intangible heritages in us and around us.
Traditions of the future 3 - Creative workshops
Audience: Mixed or exclusively female. Level all. Up to 30 people.
Teacher Saïda Naït-Bouda with an assistant
Around the project
Valuing traditional knowledge
The traditions of the future travel in social and cultural structures by offering meetings, workshops.
« Undergoing, constrained, even abused,
women since the dawn of time have invented rituals to keep the art of always living at heart.
Inventing a garden with a single rose petal,
recreating a magical space with a small brazier of incense,
practicing movement to heal,
they re-invent the celebration of life and beauty.
I have met some of them.
Strong of their youth or crippled,
cloistered. Slaves. Prevented ... or free.
Each in its own way has given me its joy. His tenderness.
And we shared treasures.»