During November 14 – december 11, 2011 Latvian video dance maker and choreographer Anna Dubrovska will work and stay in Dublin and Limerick, Ireland. During the residency she will work on her new project, share experience with MA students at University of Limerick and meet people from dance community in Dublin. The residency in Ireland is facilitated by Dance Ireland and University of Limerick and is one of activities in frames of two-year mobility and artistic exchange dance programme E – Motional Bodies & Cieties.
Anna Dubrovska has born in Riga 1985. Entered the Latvian Academy of Culture in 2003 majoring in the contemporary dance choreography course (under the direction of Olga Zhitluhina). She got interested in video-dance genre while being a 4th year student. As a result, in 2007 she has presented her final diploma work as a 30min long choreography film “Ruins”. She got a Master degree in Audiovisual Arts in 2009. Since that time Anna is working as independent freelanced choreographer and director, she has participated in various projects and theatrical performances, giving master classes in video-dance and contemporary technique. A winner of international Choreographic Captures competition in Germany (2008 and 2010), got in the top 10 of 60secondsdance festival (Denmark, 2011), received a nomination as the best student film in Lielais Kristaps Festival (Latvia 2009), with her films also has participated in different festivals among the Europe (Portugal, Netherlands, England, Spain)
You are kindly invited to see the works of Anna Dubrovska by following the link www.annadubrovska.blogspot.com
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