Clément Dazin proposed more than thirty hours of transmission to more than four hundred people: middle school students, high school students and amateur jugglers in the city and the urban community.
As part of its partnership with La Maison des Jonglages, and within the framework of its involvement in the Seine-Saint-Denis Rencontres Chorégraphiques (choreographic meetings), the company led several “Art and Culture in Middle Schools” projects on the theme “Failure and Success” in 2014 and 2015. The company used the show Humanoptère as a starting point and continued to explore the theme with during an extended residency in 2017 at La Courneuve (supported by the Seine Saint-Denis County Council and the MICACO Art in Middle Schools project). The company was enjoyed a long-time term resident residency at the Politzer College Middle School and carried out artistic training with the Conservatoire (from March to November 2017).
This educational project, involving twenty actors from the Northern Theater School and twenty circus students from the Lomme circus school and directed by Clément Dazin, was launched in 2015. It lasts three weeks a year is spread overand will continue for more than three seasons. The project explores the importance of the body and movement for actors and circus artists and provides an exciting forum for research in which forty personalities, bodies and souls come together. The project is to be rolled out each school year until 2019/2020.
Over 200 Students (aged from 11 to 13) took part in sessions held on the sensitive worlds of dance and juggling lasting 45 hours in total. The long-term project resulted in a new short performance by Jonathan Bou, which he presented at the end of his residency in front of the whole middle school.
The artist-in-residence project is supported by the DRAC Grand Est.
The company presented Bruit de couloir at professional meetings organized this year by the association Quint’Est, to celebrate its 10th anniversary this year.
Martin Cerf leads a long-term action with middle school students, schoolchildren and students of the conservatory. This project will give rise to the production of a small form.
This residence is supported by the DRAC Grand Est and the General Council of Haut-Rhin.
Miguel Gigosos Rondas, a performer with the company, led workshops and choreographed a public presentation with young people at the Pole Danse des Ardennes de Sedan
Clément Dazin spent two weeks working with 105 students aged 13 to 15 to create a new production on the theme of work. The project continues on from work in the show Humanoptère, performed during the Spring Festival at La Brèche, and the students’ new production explores different areas of their and looks at heritage spaces.
For the fourth consecutive year, the association Scèenes d’enfance – Assitej France recently organized the project “Avignon’s children in the spotlight” (http://www.avignonenfantsalhonneur.com/), from the 10th to the 13th July 2018.
Over 60 attended the show Bruit de couloir (part of the “Avignon 2018 children in the spotlight” course) and to took part in the workshop and meeting following the performance.