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DEAR OPEN STUDIO COMPANIONS,This week marks the start of the third residency of the year in Jenny’s studio. We would the...
07/12/2023

DEAR OPEN STUDIO COMPANIONS,

This week marks the start of the third residency of the year in Jenny’s studio. We would therefore like to invite you to a special OPEN STUDIO on 12 December (18 - 20:00) with Nadja Häussler & Sarah Lasaki.


Sarah Lasaki and Nadja Häussler are an artist duo from Hamburg. In their work they combine popping, hip hop newstyle and body percussion. Elements such as the loop station, vocals, instruments and texts are part of their field of experimentation. A wordless, creative and new form of communication is created between these disciplines, to which all those present are invited.

You can register to take part in the OPEN STUDIO on 12 December at [email protected].

We look forward to seeing you!

Nadja, Sarah, Jenny & Team

TO GIVE–TO TAKE–TO NEED is a project by Jenny Beyer. Supported by: TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund, funded by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz and the Ministry of Culture and Media Hamburg.

Last week we are in Kassel
02/12/2023

Last week we are in Kassel

DEAR COMPANIONS OF THE OPEN STUDIOSWe cordially invite you to our meeting and movement format of the OPEN STUDIOS. On Th...
02/11/2023

DEAR COMPANIONS OF THE OPEN STUDIOS

We cordially invite you to our meeting and movement format of the OPEN STUDIOS. On Thursday, 9. November, and me will be holding an OPEN STUDIO in the ‚Studio Alte Post‘ from 6-8pm. We look forward to seeing familiar and new faces!

In view of the acute threat posed by current and prolonged crises, it seems all the more important to us to practise contemporary dance as a communicative and discursive medium. Even in times of crisis, we want to stick to our meeting format of the OPEN STUDIOS. Chartreuse came to our studio for the first time last summer as part of ENSEMBLE and we are happy that she will travel all the way from Berlin for the event on 9 November.

is berlin based dance professional. She is originally from Texas but spent much time on the West Coast in the US (San Francisco and Seattle) studying and making dance. She relocated to Berlin five years ago, and in doing so radically shifted her process as an artist. As she navigates transitioning, her artistic work has focused towards care, mutual aid, and sisterhood for qu**rs and trans femmes. I’m lease check her profile and support her way + work 💘💸

💻 Please register in advance by sending an email to [email protected]. We will then contact you with further information ✍️

We look forward to seeing you!

Best regards!
Jenny & Team

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I would like to invite you to Bad Oldesloe! On 6 October there will be an OPEN STUDIO from 6 - 8 pm at KuB Bad Oldesloe ...
04/10/2023

I would like to invite you to Bad Oldesloe! On 6 October there will be an OPEN STUDIO from 6 - 8 pm at KuB Bad Oldesloe and on 12 and 13 October we will be showing DUETT. The premiere of the play took place at [K]ampnagel in 2014 and we are very excited about another guest performance!

In DUETT, Chris Leuenberger, Chihiro Araki and I devote ourselves to the touching and expressive effect of music on dance and make three piano pieces by Frédéric Chopin the basis of our choreography. We dance with the music, but also to it, against it, anticipating or delaying it. We confront the pathos of classical music with the desire to surrender to it while listening and dancing and create a fragile coexistence of listening and movement. How do you hear music when you see it and why does it move dance so much?

To whet your appetite for the performances in the large hall of the KuB, we want to move together on 6 October. Together with the dancer Chris Leuenberger, I will therefore be holding an OPEN STUDIO from 18 to 20:00. Please register in advance by sending an email to [email protected]. We will contact you with further information.

THX to (Bernhard Siebert) for spontaneously taking great pictures!

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DEAR COMPANIONS OF THE OPEN STUDIOS,We would like to invite you to our next OPEN STUDIOS! On Monday, 25 September, we wi...
23/09/2023

DEAR COMPANIONS OF THE OPEN STUDIOS,

We would like to invite you to our next OPEN STUDIOS! On Monday, 25 September, we will meet from 18 - 20:00 at (Alte Elbgaustraße 12). On Friday, 29.09., we want to move together with you from 18-20:00 in (Hospitalstraße 107).

The OFFENE STUDIO ON TOUR will then take place for the eighth time in Eidelstedt and for the sixth time in HausDrei in Altona. How we want to shape the OFFEN STUDIOS next week as a group, which movements and exercises, improvisations and impulses we want to share with each other - we decide that from moment to moment and let us be surprised together where the evening will take us.  

After two great guest performances and an OPEN STUDIO in Dortmund , the next performances of DUETT will take place next month. We look forward to seeing you on 12 October at

For the OPEN STUDIOS on 25 + 29 September, please register in advance by email to [email protected].
We are looking forward to seeing you!

DEAR COMPANIONS OF THE OPEN STUDIOS,The motto for the coming weeks is »FUNK YOU«. Together with Analy Nágila we want to ...
11/09/2023

DEAR COMPANIONS OF THE OPEN STUDIOS,

The motto for the coming weeks is »FUNK YOU«. Together with Analy Nágila we want to liberate our bodies from the patriarchy with the practice of Brazilian funk. Four consecutive workshops (16 - 21.09.) will lead to a very special OPEN STUDIO on 22.09., 8pm!

Our next artist in residence - the Brazilian choreographer, actress and director Analy Nágila - wants to dive into the world of Brazilian funk, a counterculture with rhythmic beats and rap singing, together with you. We will learn the basic steps and techniques of funk dance and together we will make the patriarchy shake.

When? Dates: Sat 16 Sep 11:00-12:30 (introduction and preliminary discussion).
Mon 18.09., Tue 19.09., Wed 20.09., Thu 21.09. each 18:30-20:00

No previous knowledge is required. Participation is free of charge. Register by email to [email protected] for your preferred dates.

At the end of her residency, Analy invites you to an OPEN STUDIO together with the participants of the workshops. Here, those who cannot make it to the workshops can also come. You can register for participation on 22.09. at [email protected].

We are looking forward to seeing you!

Analy, Jenny & Team

Israel Akpan Sunday () has finished his residency at studio ‚ALTE POST‘! Thank you ❤️During his two-week residency "The ...
25/08/2023

Israel Akpan Sunday () has finished his residency at studio ‚ALTE POST‘! Thank you ❤️

During his two-week residency "The fear of the unknown - Falling through places", Israel immersed himself in an artistic and philosophical process of experimentation and research. He explored the physical and social act of falling as a potential concept of migration and its connection to the fear of the unknown.

Over three days he has opened up his research process and invited people to participate. Collective music-making, a Sunday brunch and a jam session were held in the studio under Israel's guidance.

Thx to for realising the residencies for Hamburg-based Artists ❤️

We would like to cordially invite you to three OPEN STUDIOS at Alte Post: On Friday, August 18th, on Sunday, August 20th...
11/08/2023

We would like to cordially invite you to three OPEN STUDIOS at Alte Post: On Friday, August 18th, on Sunday, August 20th and on Wednesday, August 23rd!

These OPEN STUDIOS are very special for us - because the host of these meetings will be our Artist in Residence . In mid-August we welcome the dancer, choreographer and musician for two weeks in the studio as part of our residency program.

During his two-week residency, „The Fear of the Unknown – Falling Through Places“, Israel will dive into an artistic and philosophical process of experimenting and researching around the topic of the technical, physical, and societal act of falling as a potential concept of migration and its connection to the fear of the unknown.

He invites you to accompany him in this process and to spend time in the studio with him and others on the following dates:

Friday, August 18, from 6 to 8 p.m., WORKSHOP: Creating shared experiences of the physical act of falling through a physical gathering of dancing and singing bodies in the room. Through Israel’s guidance we will engage ourselves via writing, talking, dancing, singing, making music.

Sunday, August 20, from 11am to 1pm, COMMUNAL BREAKFAST: Sunday brunch with coffee and croissants where private conversations and individual stories can be shared.

Wednesday, August 23, from 6pm to 8pm, JAM SESSION: Open Jam Session of dance and music in the room, embracing the unknown. Please feel free to bring your own instruments.

All three OPEN STUDIOS are open to everyone, no prior artistic knowledge is required.

If you would like to be present at all or one of the dates, please send an e-mail in advance to:

[email protected]

Photo: Öncü Gültekin

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04/08/2023

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19/07/2023
Dear friends & colleagues, dear companions of the OPEN STUDIOS,we are very excited to share the online release of SHARED...
18/07/2023

Dear friends & colleagues, dear companions of the OPEN STUDIOS,

we are very excited to share the online release of SHARED DANCES – A Portrait Series with you!

SHARED DANCES – A Portrait Series is an ongoing collection of dancing portraits, inviting us to encounter people in movement. The portrait series was born out of an interest in giving people and their physicality a narrative space – a narrative space that continues beyond the premieres of our stage projects.

WHAT DO I LEARN ABOUT A PERSON WHEN I CAN WATCH THEM MOVE AND THEY TELL ME ABOUT THEIR MOVEMENTS?

The first intimate and very touching digital portraits were created in collaboration with the eight dancers Chihiro Araki, Chartreuse, Venetsiana Kalampaliki, Chris Leuenberger, Joel Small, Israel Akpan Sunday, Nina Wollny und Salah Zater from our group piece ENSEMBLE (premiere: 18 January 2023 | Kampnagel Hamburg). In eight short videos, the dancers share the same question:

'What brings you here?

WHAT IS TOLD WHEN PEOPLE INTRODUCE THEMSELVES DANCING?

Although the dancers in their portraits never come together physically, their (body) stories, their movements and motives for turning the stage into a space of action are linked in very different ways.

Our plan to let a portrait archive grow alongside our stage projects aims to question contemporary forms of assembly or contemporary stages as places of assembly: What are many bodies today? What are they depicting? And do contemporary stages provide enough room for polyphony and multiple corporealities?

>>> CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE PORTRAITS: https://jennybeyer.de/choreographies/shared-dances-a-portrait-series/

Jenny Beyer ist Choreographin und Tänzerin. Ihre vorwiegend auf Kampnagel und bei K3 Tanzplan Hamburg verankerte Arbeit steht für die Einbeziehung und Bindung von Zuschauer*innen durch regelmäßige offene Proben.

As a preview of our portrait series 'SHARED DANCES' (online-release next week), we cordially invite you to a special OPE...
27/06/2023

As a preview of our portrait series 'SHARED DANCES' (online-release next week), we cordially invite you to a special OPEN STUDIO this Thursday, 29 June, from 6–8 pm, at our Studio 'Alte Post':

'SHARED DANCES – A Portrait Series' is a collection of digital dance portraits that grows from our stage projects. The first portraits were created in collaboration with the eight very different dancers from our group piece ENSEMBLE (premiere: 18 January 2023 | Kampnagel - Internationales Zentrum für schönere Künste).

In eight short videos, we see solos of the dancers, with which they – not only, but also – answer the same questions: 'What brings you here?' 'For whom do you dance your material?' The challenge here is to pass on the solo to one of the other dancers afterwards.

Although the dancers never physically come together, their (body) stories, their movements and motives for turning the stage into a space for action are linked in very different ways. 'SHARED DANCES – A Portrait Series' is our tool to explore and communicate dance as a social intervention.

On Thursday, Jenny, the dancer Salah Zater and the musician Jetzmann invite you to have a look into the videos together and to move, inspired by the portraits.

We look forward to seeing you!

💬 Just write a short message via DM or to [email protected] if you'd like to take part.

Filmstill: Joel Small | SHARED DANCES – Portrait Series | (c) Helena Ratka

TO GIVE–TO TAKE–TO NEED is a project by Jenny Beyer. Supported by: TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund, funded by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz and the Ministry of Culture and Media Hamburg.

SHARED DANCES – A Portrait Series is supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media within the program NEUSTART KULTUR.

This picture was taken yesterday at the Olympia Tower in Munich before the  at Olympiahalle with 10000 people in the aud...
23/06/2023

This picture was taken yesterday at the Olympia Tower in Munich before the at Olympiahalle with 10000 people in the audience. I work with Deichkind as a choreographer since 2012.

Today I am back in Hamburg and I am looking forward to tonight’s OPEN STUDIO .

Both events are very different in size, context and appearance. Still both events explore and offer ways of coming together through dance and music. Let’s get moving, let’s get dancing, let’s come together!

Photo by .woon

Liebe Begleiter*innen der Offenen Studios,wir laden Euch ganz herzlich zum nächsten Offenen Studio am Freitag, den 23.06...
20/06/2023

Liebe Begleiter*innen der Offenen Studios,

wir laden Euch ganz herzlich zum nächsten Offenen Studio am Freitag, den 23.06., von 18–20 Uhr ins HausDrei (Hospitalstraße 107, 22767 HH–Altona) ein.

Diese Woche möchten wir mit Euch in den Sommeranfang tanzen und in Altona gemeinsam schwärmen, spiegeln, erinnern, berühren und vor allem ausprobieren: Was brauchen wir z.B. von einem Warm-Up bei sommerlichen 30 Grad? ☀️ Wie finden wir einen gemeinsamen Auftakt, individuelle und kollektive Rhythmen, eigene und gemeinsame (Bewegungs-)Sprachen? Jenny und der Musiker Jetzmann freuen sich schon sehr darauf, diesen und vielen weitere Fragen körperlich mit Euch nachzuspüren.

💬 Schreibt einfach eine kurze Mail an [email protected] oder via Facebook, wenn ihr Lust habt, dabei zu sein.

Wir freuen uns schon auf Euch!

After having Salah  Zater as our first artist in residence in 2022, we'll celebrate the second round of our residency pr...
12/05/2023

After having Salah Zater as our first artist in residence in 2022, we'll celebrate the second round of our residency programme 'To Give–to Take–to Need' this year: The residency programme invites choreographers to spend 2 weeks at our studio 'Alte Post' (Hamburg–Altona), opening their artistic practices to audiences and hosting an encounter with spectators in form of an OPEN STUDIO.

We're very happy to introduce the artists in residence 2023:

Residence 1, 14.–25.08.: Israel Akpan Sunday works as a choreographer, dancer & musician between Hamburg & Lagos. He will invite you to explore the technical, physical & societal act of falling (as a potential concept of migration) and the fear of the unknown.

Residence 2, 11.–22.09: Analy Nágila Freitas Reis (Analy Nágila Performances) is a Brazilian actress, performer, choreographer & director. Based on the principle of 'anthropophagy' – devouring what oppresses you –, she'll explore how Brazilian funk can liberate our bodies from patriarchy.

Residence 3, 27.11.–8.12.: Nadja Häussler & Sarah Lasaki will dive deeper into the development of their piece 'RePulse', which comprises dance styles that are deeply rooted in street culture. With their transdiciplinary approach they'll veer away from dance perfectionism & work on finding new & rooted connections with sound & movement as a natural way of communication.

The jury, consisting of Verena Reygers from Kulturhaus Eidelstedt , Tejan Lamboi from W3 - Werkstatt für internationale Kultur und Politik e.V. and Jenny Beyer Productions, received many great applications from diverse working artists & collectives. To contribute to the great need of more places and resources for artistic research in Hamburg, the residency programme goes into the third round next year.

The residency project is part of the three-year-project TO GIVE-TO TAKE-TO NEED, funded by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund with the support of the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz and the Hamburg Ministry of Culture and Media.

Liebe Begleiter*innen der Offenen Studios,wir laden Euch ganz herzlich zum heutigen Offenen Studio von 18–20 Uhr ins Hau...
28/04/2023

Liebe Begleiter*innen der Offenen Studios,

wir laden Euch ganz herzlich zum heutigen Offenen Studio von 18–20 Uhr ins HausDrei (Hospitalstraße 107, 22767 HH–Altona) ein.

Ein, zwei Tage haben wir zwar noch, aber symbolisch möchten wir schon jetzt mit euch in den Mai tanzen: Jenny, die Tänzerin Venetsiana Kalampaliki und der Musiker/Komponist Jetzmann stehen schon in den Startlöchern für einen bewegten Abend in Altona.

Welche Bewegungen und Übungen, Improvisationen und Impulse wir heute miteinander teilen wollen – das entscheiden wir von Moment zu Moment und lassen uns gemeinsam überraschen, wohin uns der Abend führt.

💬 Schreibt einfach eine kurze Mail an [email protected] oder via Facebook, wenn ihr Lust habt, dabei zu sein.

Wir freuen uns schon auf Euch! 🌺

Wir laden Euch ganz herzlich zum nächsten OFFENEN STUDIO am Sonntag, den 23. April, von 15–17 Uhr ins Kulturhaus Eidelst...
19/04/2023

Wir laden Euch ganz herzlich zum nächsten OFFENEN STUDIO am Sonntag, den 23. April, von 15–17 Uhr ins Kulturhaus Eidelstedt ein!

Jenny Beyer Productions, die Tänzerin Venetsiana Kalampaliki und der Musiker/Komponist Jetzmann möchten das Wochenende gemeinsam mit Euch ausklingen lassen: Tanzend, zuhörend, beobachtend – je nachdem, was sich im Moment gut und richtig anfühlt.

Venetsiana kennen viele von Euch bereits, u.a. aus ENSEMBLE (2023) oder unserem Eidelstedter OFFENEN STUDIO letzten Februar. Falls ihr Lust habt, mehr über ihre Arbeit zu erfahren, haben wir diesmal einen Veranstaltungstipp für Euch: Beim Hauptsache Frei Festival der Darstellenden Künste Hamburgs zeigt sie diesen Freitag ihre Solo-Performance 'Phrases' um 19 Uhr im Hamburger Sprechwerk.

Ihr Stück kreist u.a. um die Frage von Zugänglichkeit – ein Thema, dem wir uns auch wieder praktisch im OFFENEN STUDIO widmen werden.

✍🏻 Meldet euch via DM oder schreibt eine kurze Mail an [email protected], wenn ihr dabei sein möchtet. Wir melden uns dann mit weiteren Infos bei Euch.
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We cordially invite you to join our next OPEN STUDIO on Sunday, 23 April, from 3–5 pm, at Kulturhaus Eidelstedt.

Jenny Beyer Productions, Venetsiana Kalampaliki and Jetzmann would like to end the weekend together with you: Dancing, listening, observing – depending on what feels good and right at the moment.

✍🏻 Just write a short message via DM or mail to [email protected], if you'd like to take part.

PS: Don't miss Venetsianas solo performance 'Phrases' this Friday at Hamburger Sprechwerk as part of Hauptsache Frei Festival der Darstellenden Künste Hamburgs.

18/04/2023
16/04/2023

Verschiedene Trainingsansätze verbinden und dabei die Erwartungshaltung an den Körper berücksichtigen – in THE ALTERABLE BODY von Jenny Beyer kommen unter anderem Fitnesstraining, Improvisation und Authentic Movement zum Einsatz. Wie entstehen daraus produktive und gesunde Formen des Trainings?

Mo 17. - Do 20.04. | 10:30 - 12:00 | K32

Mehr Infos: https://k3-hamburg.de/programm/vorstellungen/kalender/veranstaltung/54306

📸Helena Ratka

14/04/2023

Was der Raum für einen Unterschied macht! Anfang des Jahres durften wir ENSEMBLE im KUB - Kultur- und Bildungszentrum Bad Oldesloe teilen. In dieser Art von white cube konnte nochmal eine ganz besondere Nähe zum Publikum entstehen ("Es ist wie ein Kammerspiel.").

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What a difference the space makes! Earlier this year we had the pleasure to share ENSEMBLE at . In this kind of white cube a very special closeness to the audience could develop ("It's like a chamber play.").

Concept/Artistic Direction/Choreography: Jenny Beyer
Dance/Choreography: Chartreuse, Chihiro Araki, Chris Leuenberger, Israel Akpan Sunday, Joel Small, Nina Wollny, Salah Zater, Venetsiana Kalampaliki
Music/Live-Sound: Jetzmann
Dramaturgy: Anne Kersting, Igor Dobričić
Costume: Gloria Brillowska
Costume Assistance: Luca Punke
Stage: Marian Regdosz
Light design: Henning Eggers
Light technics: Jana Köster
Video Documentation: Helena Ratka
Artistic production/Press: STÜCKLIESEL
Artistic assistance: Mara Nitz
Graphic: Hansen/2

ENSEMBLE is a production by Jenny Beyer, in co-production with Kampnagel Hamburg, funded by the Ministry of Culture and the Media Hamburg. It is conceptually docked to the 3-year-project TO GIVE–TO TAKE–TO NEED, funded by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund with the support of the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz.

The guest performance ENSEMBLE at KuB Bad Oldesloe is funded by the Danceland – Guest performance partnership programme of the Federal Cultural Foundation. Funded by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

🎬 Trailer: Helena Ratka

Join Joelsmalldance, Jenny Beyer Productions and Jetzmann for our next OPEN STUDIO this Friday!📌 14 April | 6–8 pm | Stu...
12/04/2023

Join Joelsmalldance, Jenny Beyer Productions and Jetzmann for our next OPEN STUDIO this Friday!

📌 14 April | 6–8 pm | Studio Alte Post

📩 Just write a short message via DM or Mail to [email protected] if you'd like to take part.

This week is all about research time together. Jenny Beyer Productions and Joelsmalldance will be searching for the 'in-between' in our Altona studio:

What is special about the time between larger projects? Which new spaces open up? How do we create spaces for and with each other, apart from rehearsal and production processes? How can we share the supposedly small intermediate steps with each other?

Together with the musician/composer Jetzmann, we are looking forward to a relaxed and inspiring OPEN STUDIO in the evening sun with you!

Filmstill: Helena Ratka
Foto: Wolfgang Unger

30/03/2023

Trailer premiere of ENSEMBLE: Get a little 3-minute insight into our performances at Kampnagel - Internationales Zentrum für schönere Künste from 18–21 January 2023. 💘

We end up – and not only in dance – in the same dilemma again and again. The longing for togetherness rubs up against the search for a distinction, differentiation, for personal freedom, for breaking out of a group. And although these two forces are seemingly incompatible, it is clear that they cannot exist without each other. If we focus on the same thing – on the perfect correspondence of intention and movement in different bodies – we inevitably come to the emergence of differences. And vice versa in the same way.

With ENSEMBLE, choreographer and eight dancers have decided to brush the traditional form of group dance in ballet against the grain: the classical corps de ballet as an equalising human formation is broken up.

What does it mean to engage in unison and in many? Will the dancers seek assimilation or, even more so, separation? Quite simply, they move away from this simplistic, two-part categorisation and inspire each other in a game of constant movement. Seemingly equal forms give way to individualities and a word that doesn't really exist: Multi-corporeality.

Concept/Artistic Direction/Choreography: Jenny Beyer
Dance/Choreography: Chartreuse, Chihiro Araki, Chris Leuenberger, Israel Akpan Sunday, Joel Small, Nina Wollny, Salah Zater, Venetsiana Kalampaliki
Music/Live-Sound: Jetzmann
Dramaturgy: Anne Kersting, Igor Dobričić
Costume: Gloria Brillowska
Costume Assistance: Luca Punke
Stage: Marian Regdosz
Light design: Henning Eggers
Light technics: Jana Köster
Video Documentation: Helena Ratka
Artistic production/Press: STÜCKLIESEL
Artistic assistance: Mara Nitz
Graphic: Hansen/2

🎬 Trailer: Helena Ratka

ENSEMBLE is a prod. by Jenny Beyer, in co-prod. with Kampnagel Hamburg, funded by the Ministry of Culture and Media Hamburg. It is concept. docked to the 3-year-project TO GIVE–TO TAKE–TO NEED, funded by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund with the support of the German Fed. Gov. Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz.

Next OPEN STUDIO this week!📌  24 March | 6–8 pm | Kulturhaus Eidelstedt📩Just write a short message to hello@jennybeyer.d...
20/03/2023

Next OPEN STUDIO this week!

📌 24 March | 6–8 pm | Kulturhaus Eidelstedt
📩Just write a short message to [email protected] if you'd like to take part

Just in time for the beginning of spring, we'd like to dance with you and shake off the winter fatigue a bit. At the same time, we are looking forward to pausing again in the aftermath of ENSEMBLE and asking: How do we want to shape the moment of transition we are currently in?

The transition to new projects, the collaboration with new people while maintaining existing bonds, the carrying forward of questions and wishes that have occupied us in the intensive rehearsal process of the last six months.

Together with the musician/composer Jetzmann we're looking forward to an OPEN STUDIO between 'old' and 'new' and are excited to meet you again!

Nächste Woche Freitag, den 24.03., von 18–20 Uhr laden wir zum OFFENEN STUDIO ins Kulturhaus Eidelstedt ein – kommt vorb...
17/03/2023

Nächste Woche Freitag, den 24.03., von 18–20 Uhr laden wir zum OFFENEN STUDIO ins Kulturhaus Eidelstedt ein – kommt vorbei, wir freuen uns auf Euren Besuch!

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Next week on Friday, 24.03, from 6–8 pm we invite you to our next OPEN STUDIO at the Kulturhaus Eidelstedt – come by, we are looking forward to seeing you!

Nach ihrer großartigen Premiere des Stücks „Ensemble“ auf Kampnagel sind Jenny Beyer Productions und ihr Team zurück im Kulturhaus Eidelstedt. Die Tänzerin und Choreografin gibt Einblicke in den zeitgenössischen Tanz und möchte diesen praktisch in der Gruppe erleben. Bei jedem Treffen wird es etwas Neues zu entdecken und zu teilen geben: eine künstlerische Frage, eine Situation, eine Geste, eine Bewegung oder eine Choreografie, die sich innerhalb der Gruppe weiterentwickelt. Dabei kann jede*r entscheiden, ob er/sie sich mitbewegen oder lieber zuschauen möchte. Das OFFENE STUDIO richtet sich an alle Menschen, die neugierig sind auf zeitgenössischen Tanz und die sich für die Begegnung mit dem eigenen Körper und Körpern in der Gruppe interessieren. Vorkenntnisse sind nicht erforderlich. Der Eintritt ist frei!

GEBEN–NEHMEN–BRAUCHEN ist ein Projekt von Jenny Beyer. Unterstützt durch: TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund, gefördert von der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen der Initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz und der Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg.

Fotonachweis: Thies Rätzke

15/03/2023

How do I meet the audience? How do I include the audience in my work? These are the guiding questions of our residency programme at our Studio 'Alte Post'.

The programme is an attempt to invite different artists and audiences to come together – and to share space, structures and resources.

In August 2022 we were glad to have Hamburg dancer, performer and choreographer Salah Zater as our first artist in residence: Towards the end of his research, he opened his process and hosted an energetic OPEN STUDIO entitled "Your body is your instrument". 💥

🎬 Video: Helena Ratka

TO GIVE–TO TAKE-TO NEED is a project by Jenny Beyer, funded by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund with the support of the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz and the Ministry of Culture and the Media Hamburg.

OPEN CALLResidency Programme 'TO GIVE–TO TAKE–TO NEED'Dear Hamburg-based dance professionals / performers / choreographe...
14/03/2023

OPEN CALL
Residency Programme 'TO GIVE–TO TAKE–TO NEED'

Dear Hamburg-based dance professionals / performers / choreographers,

our residency programme invites you to devise ways of opening artistic practices to audiences. The goal of the two-week residencies is to shape and host an encounter with spectators in the form of an OPEN STUDIO in the Studio ‚Alte Post’ in Hamburg–Altona.

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WE OFFER
- three payed two-week-residencies at the Studio ‚Alte Post’ (Hamburg–Altona) at the following dates:

1) 29 May – 11 June 2023
2) 14 – 25 August 2023
3) 20 November – 3 December 2023

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THE RESIDENCIES INCLUDE
• 2 weeks of time and studio space to work on your own choreographic/dance projects and formats
• a fee of 2000 € in total
• support and mentoring by Jenny Beyer and team, who offer to share their many
years of experience of working with audiences

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HOW TO APPLY
→ If you are interested, please send an email with a short artistic bio and a motivation answering following questions:

Which time frame do you apply for? Why would you like to do the residency? How would you spend your time? How would you invite audience into your process?

This can be either written (motivation max. 1 page) or in form of a video (max. 2 minutes) until 7 April 2023 to: [email protected].

The jury will consist of one member of Jenny Beyer’s core team, a representative from our cooperation partners Kulturhaus Eidelstedt/HausDrei and an external facilitator with a focus on diversity and accessibility.

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Jenny Beyer & Team

MORE INFORMATION BELOW AND AT JENNYBEYER.DE.

The residency programme is part of the three-year-project TO GIVE–TO TAKE–TO NEED, funded by DIEHL+RITTER/ TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund with the support of the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz and the Hamburg Ministry of Culture and Media.

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