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  • Social impact achievements | Colegio del Cuerpo

    SOCIAL IMPACT ACHIEVEMENTS OF EL COLEGIO DEL CUERPO (eCdC) IN CARTAGENA AND THE COUNTRY 480 children from INEM School with whom El Colegio del Cuerpo began the formation process in 1997. 110 children living in Nelson Mandela neighborhood displaced by the armed conflict in Colombia. 110 children in conditions of extreme poverty and historical poverty of Cartagena de Indias. 3,600 children from 18 public schools of Cartagena de Indias that participated during 3 years in MA Project: my body, my house, financed by Japan Social Development Fund through the World Bank. (2007-2009). 620 additional children participated in 2010 and 2011. 30 children and adolescents from Villa Hermosa, victims of sexual abuse and exploitation. 13,250 boys, girls, youngsters, parents, principals, and teachers from the public education system of Cartagena de Indias: Dance Paths Program . 50 young gang members, ex-gang members or at risk to become members. 52 children and youngsters from Carmen de Bolívar, victims of the armed conflict . 27 youngsters from empirical dance groups of Cartagena de Indias: Dance Formation Significant Experiences Project. 60 young dancers from Sincelejo and Barrancabermeja – Formation of Teachers Project. 400 victims of the armed conflict in Colombia, participants in the three ceremonies of INXILIO: The Trail of Tears. – Bogotá, Medellín and Cartagena de Indias (2010 and 2013) 180 young teachers and dancers from Bogotá: CLAN, Casona de la Danza , ASAB 2014 360 teachers of MOVA – Medellín 2015 2,618 Children and youngsters from vulnerable populations of Cartagena de Indias : Manzanillo del Mar, Pontezuela, Punta Canoa, Tierra Baja, Barú Island, Nelson Mandela neighborhood, Olaya, El Pozón, Arroz Barato, Puerta de Hierro, Policarpa, Henequén, Santa Rita, Loma Fresca, Pasacaballos, Bayunca, etc. Participants in the formation processes Seed of Talent, Contemporary Studies in Dance and Professional Insertion Group. 926 children and teenagers, participants in the project: El Colegio del Cuerpo en el Atlántico. (2018) 538 boys, girls, youngsters, dancers, teachers, parents, participants in El Colegio del Cuerpo en el Territorio project, developed in 5 cities: Barranquilla, Bogotá, Bucaramanga, Cali and Medellín (2019). 118 teachers from the educational community of the District Education Secretariat of Bogotá - Project Body Territory Ma* Estro** (2020–2021) 149 children and adolescents from 4 public schools and 2 public libraries of Cartagena de Indias, participants in the Body Con(s)science project (2021) An approximate total of 25,204 boys, girls, youngsters, teachers, parents, among other beneficiaries of the country and the world. TESTIMONIOS TESTIMONIOS TESTIMONIOS THE DIRECT BENEFICIARIES OF THE eCdC METHODOLOGY HAVE BEEN Colcultura Medal of Merit , awarded to the Director Álvaro Restrepo. 1992 Pegasus Grand Prize , Kampnagel Theater, Hamburg (Germany), awarded to Director Álvaro Restrepo. 1992. Distinction from the Ministry of Culture of France: Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres , granted to the Co-Director Marie France Delieuvin. 1998 Colcultura Medal of Merit awarded to the Director Álvaro Restrepo. 1992 UNESCO “Education for Peace” Award nomination of El Colegio del Cuerpo. Ministry of Education. 2003. I Edition of the National Prize for Cultural Organizations of Excellence. Ministry of Culture. 2003 Portafolio Cultural Entrepreneurship Award Nomination. 2004 CNN Heroes Award Nomination. 2005 (Álvaro Restrepo) Simón Bolívar National Journalism Award for the chronicle Llora et labora . 2007 (Álvaro Restrepo) The 10 personalities of Culture – Ministry of Culture. 2007 (Álvaro Restrepo) Honoris Causa degree in Dance Education, granted to Director Álvaro Restrepo by the University of Antioquia. 2008 3rd Prize from the Japan Social Development Fund - World Bank for MA Project: my body, my house. Washington DC (USA). 2011 30 Leaders of Colombia Nomination – Revista Semana (Álvaro Restrepo). 2012 Royal Salute Week Magazine Tribute Award Nomination (Álvaro Restrepo). 2013 National Peace Prize Finalist "for the contribution to the reconciliation of Colombian citizens." 2013 El Colegio del Cuerpo: Princess of Asturias Award in two categories: Arts and Concord - Nomination by Caro and Cuervo Institute. 2021 Princess of Asturias Award Nomination in the category of Concord. 2023 AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS Project Educating with Dance 2021 The Body College -Final Evaluation- Enel Foundation 2021 Download or watch online here the complete document of El Colegio del Cuerpo -Final evaluation- Enel Foundation 2021 The College of the Corps and COMFAMA ​ The body as Territory Qualitative Evaluation Report and Quantitative Movement Workshops and Artistic Exhibition, Medellín, 2019. Download or watch online here the complete document Qualitative and Quantitative Assessment Report and Art Show CONFAMA 2019 ALLIES Ministerio de Cultura Programa Nacional de Concertación Cultural RISE

  • El Colegio del Cuerpo, Colombia

    Ancla MENU INICIO El Colegio del Cuerpo El Colegio del Cuerpo is an artisitic and educational - non-for-profit corporation. For the past 25 years it has trainned world-class dance artists, members of Compañía Cuerpo de Indias and citizens of Peace. El Colegio del Cuerpo educates for dance and with dance. ​ ​ It is a community of social entreperneurs that through Art and the search of excellence, impacts and transforms individuals and communities. Through the technique of contemporary dance (our core language) we sculpt human beings who are part of a great social sculpture. ​ Education for Dance and with Dance ​ Read more SOCIAL IMPACT ACHIEVEMENTS educate for dance ​ Formation process based on : natural talent for Contemporary Dance, vocation, passion and the clairvoyance of children, teenagers and youngsters that choose this artistic discipline as their path for professional realization. ​ ​ Read more Education with Dance ​ ​ Education for Peace through Art, as a contribution for inclusion and social innovation, based on respect and a new ethics of the body, for being the sacred instrument for life, searching for the prevention of risks, the awakening of sensibility, creativity, and human development. Read more enelVerde Read more The School of the Body enelVerde B.O.R.N. Territory B ODY • E DUCATI O N • A R T • N ATURE • ​ We have formulated a proposal for long term strategic alliances of with Companies, Universities, Foundations and Corporations with a convergence of values and goals in a win-win scheme of enormous impact at the local, national and international level, based on the trajectory and prestige of El Colegio del Cuerpo, as well as on the solidity and citizen ethics of the companies and institutions that are expected to join this alliance. Read more Compañía Cuerpo de Indias Directed by choreographers Álvaro Restrepo (Colombia) and Marie-France Delieuvin (France), Compañía Cuerpo de Indias is recognized as one of the emblematic proposals of Contemporary Dance in the international scene. Its creation and interpretation work has been performed in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa, thus contributing to transform the image of the country in the world. Read more ... Why call a dance school college of the body? Because it evokes a greater dimension for an institution whose purpose is to treat the body with dignity in a country that does it with violence…, Restrepo said… ” ​ Anna kisselg off Latin America brought talent and pain to France New York Times PUBLICATIONS see more ALLIES Ministerio de Cultura Programa Nacional de Concertación Cultural RISE Contact for additional and general information ecdc@elcolegiodelcuerpo.org Cartagena de Indias • Colombia • South America Design and graphic concept: Susana Carrié

  • Board of directors and work team | Colegio del Cuerpo

    Board of Directors Álvaro Restrepo Director • Founder Dancer, choreographer, pedagogue Marie France Delieuvin Co-Director • Co-Founder Dancer, choreographer, pedagogue Leopoldo Javier Combariza Architect and painter, founding member of El Colegio del Cuerpo. Roberto Albisetti Strategy consultant and investment banker. Former Director head of the World Bank – IFC in Colombia, Mexico and Panama. Vice Rector of UniMinuto, with extensive experience in international business and a member of boards of directors in banks and large companies. Martin Krauss Business Administrator, entrepreneur and consultant in foreign investment, insurance, entertainment and trademark sectors, with experience in Culture Management in Europe. Member of the Board of Directors of El Colegio del Cuerpo for more than 18 years. Maria Claudia Trucco Expertise in the Social Sector, CSR, Sustainability, Strategic Communications, Active Citizen. Change Agent through consulting services, volunteering and participation in boards of directors of social organizations with social impact. Elena Sterenberg Creator, pedagogue and researcher of the scene, with more than two decades of experience in formulation and direction of academic and artistic projects, founding member of El Colegio del Cuerpo. Work team May Posse Academic Subdirection Gisela Del Valle Executive Management Enilsa Vasquez Administrative Assistance Zoraida Guerrero General Services Dancers Mayerlis Romero Ana María Bermúdez Johan Gutiérrez Gina Carrasquilla Cristian Mogollón Mauricio Suárez Camila Silva Alexander Patrón ALLIES Ministerio de Cultura Programa Nacional de Concertación Cultural UP

  • Quienes somos | Colegio del Cuerpo

    EL COLEGIO DEL CUERPO •eCdC• •THE SCHOOL OF THE BODY• ​ Founded in 1997, in Cartagena de Indias by dancers, choreographers and pedagogues Álvaro Restrepo (Colombia) and Marie France Delieuvin (France), El Colegio del Cuerpo (The School of the Body) has become one of the pioneer proposals in Education for Peace through the Arts, in Colombia and the world. As a non-for-profit organization, it has contributed to the creation of spaces of social inclusion and innovation, to artistic, professional, and human development of more than 10, 000 children and youngsters from vulnerable populations, and to the formation the Talent Stratum, a converging methodological strategy of human diversity for the construction of Peace. FOUNDERS AND DIRECTORS Alvaro Restrepo Director ​ Is considered one of the pioneers of Contemporary Dance in Colombia and a referent of Latin American scenic arts. He studied Music, Philosophy, Literature and Theater before dedicating to Dance at the age of 24. His encounter in 1980, with the Italian priest Javier de Nicoló and with his work, focused on kids living in the streets, left him a lasting mark, not only because of the magnitude of the tragedy of Colombian abandoned children, but also due to the passion, generosity, and dedication of this extraordinary man. With a grant from the Colombian government, he went to New York where he studied with such emblematic figures as Jennifer Muller, Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham, and his most important master: South Korean Cho Kyoo Hyun. In 1986 he founded his creation nucleus Athanor Danza and premiered at La MaMa (New York) his first creation, a homage to poet Frederico García Lorca in the 50th anniversary of his assassination. He then returned to Colombia, where he created Rebis , his most emblematic solo, as part of his homage to Lorca, traveling around the world with this piece, and receiving important recognitions; amongst them, the Great Pegasus Award 1992, at Kampnagel Theater in Hamburg (Germany). In 1991 he was appointed as subdirector of Colombian Culture Institute and in 1992, as director of Superior Arts Academy of Bogotá (ASAB), where he created the first Dance program. His artistic work has been performed in more than 50 countries of the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. He has been invited as master and lecturer in several countries and has published numerous press articles in the national and international media. In I997 he founded with Marie-France Delieuvin, El Colegio del Cuerpo (The School of the Body) in Cartagena de Indias, which he considers his most important work of art and 'social sculpture'. ​ Marie France Delieuvin Co -Director French dancer, choreographer, and pedagogue. She received formation in Paris with Françoise and Dominique Dupuy, as well as with Jérôme Andrew. As a soloist of the company Les Ballets Modernes de Paris, she participated in all its creations, tours, and festivals. She received a scholarship from Harvard University (USA), and continued her formation as a dancer, studying the American techniques: José Limón, Merce Cunningham, Nadine Revene (American Ballet Theater), and being a soloist in Mathews/Masters Dance Company. She started her own choreographic work in Paris with companies Transit and Libre Parcours. As principal master of the Superior National Dance Conservatory of Lyon (France), she was appointed in 1991 by the Ministry of Culture of France, as Director of the Superior Contemporary Dance School of Angers, the first National Choreographic Center of the country, teaching in Europe, Africa, and Asia. In 1998, she received from the Ministry of Culture of France the honour: Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres. In 1997, she founded and co-directs with Álvaro Restrepo, El Colegio del Cuerpo. She is the creator of some of the pieces of Compañía Cuerpo de Indias, and associate choreographer of Álvaro Restrepo. Meet the board of directors, the work team and the dancers UP

  • enelVerde Project | Colegio del Cuerpo

    Become our ally! enelVerde Act Now INQUIRE HOW TO MANAGE YOUR ALLIANCE enelVerde EL COLEGIO DEL CUERPO B.O.R.N. TERRITORY BODY • EDUCATION • ART• NATURE• El Colegio del Cuerpo (The School of the Body), based in Cartagena de Indias (Colombia), has celebrated 25 years after having initiated, in September 1997, its work in the most socially and economically unequal city of the country. Emblematic city, alternative capital of Colombia, it simultaneously displays UNESCO´s designation as Historical and Cultural Patrimony of Humanity. More tan 10,000 children and youngsters from what we have called Talent Stratum have participated during these years in the different projects and programs of our two methodological strategies: Education for Dance (artistic professional formation) and Education with Dance (integral body education for non-artists). In 2008 El Colegio del Cuerpo received from the Mayoralty of Cartagena a 9.884 acres land based in Pontezuela, semi-urban township, where we initiated in the midst of Master Pandemic, the construction of our definitive site. Download or read online here the complete document of the d escriptive memory of the Architectural Project Architecture as an Extension of our Body The architect Leopoldo Javier Combariza, founding member of El Colegio del Cuerpo, has designed a project that in a masterful and coherent way reflects the pedagogical philosophy of our institution: from the beginning of our work in 1997, the issue of the dignity and suitability of the spaces became an essential pedagogical tool. The contact with beauty, pulchritude, thermo-accustic conditions for concentration and – I insist – in the notion of dignity, inspire and transform the behaviour of youngsters and children. Architecture is nothing more and nothing less than a prolongation of our body, or, as the architect Leopoldo Combariza Díaz (father of our founding member), calls it: “Architecture is our third skin”. View from the East ARCA – General Warehouse – Already built. Strategic Alliances Route In the following document we have formulated a proposal of long term strategic alliances with Enterprises, Universities, Foundations and Corporations based on a convergence of values and objectives by means of a win-to-win scheme of enormous impact on the local, national and international level, based on the trajectory and prestige of eCdC, as well as on the solidity and ethic civic principles of the enterprises and institutions that would join this Alliance. The pioneer Enterprise to join this common effort is SURA. This emblematic enterprise of our country, guided not only by social enterprise responsibility , but above all, by a humanistic and committed posture with the highest values of concern, respect, conviviality and co-responsibility with the common wellbeing: a new citizenship and a notion of richness linked with integral wellbeing and plenitude, not only with material goods and finantial results. Download or read online here the complete document ARCA – General Warehouse – Already built. Descriptive memory of the architectural project LOCATION OF THE PROPERTY The land on which El Colegio del Cuerpo is being built is located near the town of Pontezuela, a small semi-urban and/or semi-rural agglomeration that is part of the District of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. This town is 16 kilometers from the city of Cartagena. ​ PROPERTY AREA 40,000 m2 TOTAL BUILDING AREA ON THE FIRST FLOOR PERMITTED BY CURRENT POT RULES 4000 m2 TOTAL OCCUPANCY AREA ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE SCHOOL OF THE BODY: 3088.82 m2 ​ Download or read online here the complete document Or visit this gallery for more information by clicking on each image Know the plans of the project enelVerde Click on the images to enlarge them enelVerde Park Museum The pedestrian trails that permit access to each point of the terrain and interweave the edifications conform a circuit enelVerde, that will thread an itinerary of the visit to the place, becoming a real Botanical Garden and an open-air Museum. Thus, the visitor, student or master will be able to appreciate along his wandering, the installations and works of art that are being desiplayed from now on in the place, whose autor is the founder Álvaro Restrepo, as well as many other artists and masters who shall display – in a transitory or permanent way – their talent in this Cultural Park. https://goo.gl/maps/wZ3r1NWpLnRQMpZb8 UP

  • More information Contact | Colegio del Cuerpo

    Contact for more information ecdc@elcolegiodelcuerpo.org El Colegio del Cuerpo Cartagena de Indias * Colombia * South America

  • Compañia Cuerpo de Indias | Colegio del Cuerpo

    Compañía Cuerpo de Indias • Professional Nucleus of El Colegio del Cuerpo • Directed by choreographers Álvaro Restrepo and Marie France Delieuvin, Compañía Cuerpo de Indias has been recognized as one of the emblematic proposals of Latin American contemporary dance in the world, having performed in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. A new identity of dance has emerged from the artistic vision of its directors and the diverse mixture of ethnic, cultural, socioeconomic, and artistic origins of the dancers. Some of them have been trained at eCdC since childhood; and some come from traditional folk dance, others from classical ballet, hip-hop and/or contemporary techniques. Dancers ​ Ana María Bermúdez, Gina Carrasquilla, Johan Gutiérrez, Cristian Mogollón, Alexander Patrón, Erick Pérez, Mayerlis Romero, Camila Silva, Mauricio Suárez, Piter Velásquez. ​ Pieces of the repertoire ​ Creations conceived and created by Álvaro Restrepo Associated Choreographer: Marie-France Delieuvin Dos Volcanes (y un laberinto) (2019) - Two Volcanoes (and one labyrinth) - Animal family (2019) sacrifiXio: la consagración de la Paz (2017) - sacrifiXe: the rite of Peace - Stabat Mater (2017) And birds are still (La quietud de los pájaros) (2017) NEGRA/ANGER (2016) INXILIO: El sendero de lágrimas (2010) - INXILE: The trail of tears - 7 Visiones del Amén (2012) -7 Visions of Amen - Conception and Direction: Álvaro Restrepo Choreography: Marie France Delieuvin / Álvaro Restrepo palabrademar (2009) - wordofthesea - Cuarteto para el Fin del Cuerpo (2005) - Quartet for the End of the Body - El camino hambriento C.H.A.T. (2002) - The famished road - A Dios El Mar (2000) Reconquista (1997) - Reconquest - Conception and Direction: Álvaro Restrepo Choreography: Marie France Delieuvin / Álvaro Restrepo ​ ​ Fr(ágil) ¿Por qué me pega? (2021) Conception and Creation: Álvaro Restrepo/Marie-France Delieuvin Choreography: Álvaro Restrepo / Marie-France Delieuvin / Compañía Cuerpo de Indias Flowers for Kazuo Ohno (and Leonard Cohen) (2014) Conception and Creation: Álvaro Restrepo Choreographers: Marie France Delieuvin / Álvaro Restrepo / Ricardo Bustamante ​ Creations Conceived and Directed by Marie-France Delieuvin Las Coronadas (2018) - The Crowned - Mar Adentro (2010) - Sea Inside - FUEGOS (Feux) (2011) - FIRES - (Feux) El otro apóstol (2006) - The other apostle - Videos of the works Meet the dancers of the Experimental Pilot Group RISE

  • Research and Publications | Colegio del Cuerpo

    “ "I am often plagued by the disturbing question of how it was possible, in this Colombia that is bleeding and wavers on the brink of the abyss, that an artist like Álvaro Restrepo, son of our time and of our agonizing circumstance, has managed to create with such certainty and serenity a work of such quality and rigor, without ever falling into the anecdotal nor in a sterile preciousness, both temptations common to so many of our artists blindly entrusted to the easy proposals of a talent that renounces reflection and discipline from the beginning ". ​ ​ Alvaro Mutis Álvaro Restrepo: Vision and revelation El Espectador 1992 "I feel blessed personally to have experienced such an inspirational day yesterday. Seeing you and hearing you speak about what you have created was fantastic. I am in admiration for what you have done. The entire day was unique... impassioned. What a joy!.. It will create a memory to last forever. Your dancers dance with such energy and passion. Fantastic!" ​ Jennifer Muller choreographer In this paragraph you can share content with the user. Click "Edit Text" or double-click to add your own text and make changes to the font. ... Why call a dance school college of the body? Because it evokes a greater dimension for an institution whose purpose is to treat the body with dignity in a country that does it with violence…, Restrepo said… ” ​ Anna Kisselg off Latin America brought talent and pain to France New York Times “Álvaro, your work is a confirmation of what Watermill stands for and what I believe in. Thank you for being a part of Watermill and doing what no one else is doing. I am proud to know you.” ​ Robert Wilson ​ Watermill Center ​ “Powerful and disturbing, this work ( Quartet for the End of the Body ) It is not only a remarkable achievement – it is also a remarkable work. Created - like the music of Messiaen ( Quartet for the End of Time ) -, in extreme circumstances, it shows that there should not necessarily be concessions between social values and the artistic ones; in other words, between doing good and do it right." ​ ​Sanjoy Roy Marrying Artistic and Social Agendas Through Dance in Colombia “Leonard is very pleased and touched, he says the work is excellent, he rarely gives such praise. We are ready to support your work.” ​ Robert Kory Manager Leonard Cohen Flowers for Kazuo Ohno (and Leonard Cohen) ​ “I found the entire evening totally original....no one on the New York dance scene uses this kind of imagery...and so integrated with the range of movement the dancers executed with such commitment. This may sound like shorthand...but to me, the evening offered a form of Magic Realism.” ​ Anna Kisselg off ​ Dance Critic New York Times ​ Álvaro Restrepo - Publications in See all publications in El Espectador Academic Theses The Role of Artistic Education in the Reinvention of Identity The Colombian Case: El Colegio del Cuerpo - The School of the Body - 2010 Marcelo Rueda, BA, MFA Le Collège du Corps 2011 Angela Losada When the Body is Oppressed, or MA Project, Dancing a New Collective Story (Participatory Research on Communication for Social Change) 2011 Carolina Novella Discipline & Happiness 2012 Gabriella Windsor Art in the Construction of a New Political Theology for Peace, A theological reading of the El Colegio del Cuerpo de Cartagena 2021 Nilson Jair Castro Laverde SJ Download Download Download Download Download Printed books and pedagogical model about El Colegio del Cuerpo See post. Pedagogical model. Body: Territory MA*Estro** See post. Log Body: Territory MA*Estro** See: Body sketch Model RISE Check here the Tax Information for the years 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021

  • 2022 CALENDAR | Colegio del Cuerpo

    2022 Calendar Compañía Cuerpo de Indias APRIL 7 eCdC 25th Anniversary Celebration Centro Ático, Javeriana University. Bogotá 8 – 9 Ibero-American Theater Festival Bogotá William Shakespeare Theater 4 presentations Dos Volcanes y un laberinto ​ 12 – 13 Contemporary Studies in Dance Auditions 18 Starting date formation students of Contemporary Studies in Dance 25 Latimpact Event ​ 26 Compañía Cuerpo de Indias travels to New York City ​ ​ 28 – 29 La MaMa Moves Festival - Flowers for Kazuo Ohno (and Leonard Cohen) JUNE may 30 to june 19 Residency in Colombes (Paris – France) Artistic – pedagogical activities Institution Jeanne d’Arc and Music and Dance Conservatory 8 – 12 Performance Compañía Cuerpo de Indias Flowers for Kazuo Ohno (and Leonard Cohen) Café de la Danse (Paris 4) 17 – 18 Performance at Eco Festival Colombes may 26 a jun 2 Residence on the Earth eCdC territory in Pontezuela / Temple Without Religion Seminar for 20 persons from Comfama – Medellín ​ AUGUST Month of August Creation of the piece with Symphonic Orchestra of Bogotá 24 to 28 Project - Comfama Park in Medellín 4 performances Compañía Cuerpo de Indias ​ OCTOBER 21 – 22 Graduation 2022 Contemporary Studies in Dance DECEMBER 13 – 14 Performances Compañía Cuerpo de Indias Chapel - Hotel Santa Clara MAY april 30 to may 6 Residence in New York -Workshops Parrish Museum - Southampton 5 La MaMa Theatre 60th Anniversary Gala - Homage to Álvaro Restrepo and 4 other artists. -It has been postponed- 7 Beginnig Enel Foundation Project - Children from Saint Francis of Assisi School - Arroz Barato neighborhood. 9 Beginning of workshops cycle for 154 employees of Santa Clara Hotel – 20 sessions from 05/09 to 07/25 27 Performance Compañía Cuerpo de Indias – Formation Centro de Formación de la Cooperación Española 29 Compañía Cuerpo de Indias travels to Paris JULY 2 End of the Residence on the Earth ​ Month of July Creation process for the project with the Symphonic Orchestra of Bogotá. ​ SEPTEMBER 4 to 11 Rehearsals and premiere of creation with the Bogotá Symphony Orchestra And Cuerpo de Indias Company 9 – 10 Premiere of the piece in Bogotá New Theater Delia Zapata 23 El Colegio del Cuerpo - 25th Anniversary Celebration 28 Performance Compañía Cuerpo de Indias Chapel - Santa Clara Hotel NOVEMBER 6 Performance Compañía Cuerpo de Indias Chapel - Santa Clara Hotel ​ 29 – 30 El Colegio del Cuerpo 25th Anniversary Celebration. Cartagena de Indias Conventions Center

  • eCdC 25 years | Colegio del Cuerpo

    Marie France Delieuvin, Amada Tinoco and Álvaro Restrepo The first generation of dancers, members of the ’Pilot Experimental Group’, graduated in 2008 from the Basic Dance Education program of Antioquia University through a covenant signed with El Colegio del Cuerpo, Technological University of Bolívar and the Ministry of Culture of Colombia. RISE

  • Education FOR Dance | Colegio del Cuerpo

    Education for Dance ​​ ​ Contemporary Studies in Dance ​ Intensive pre-professional level formation process in Contemporary Dance with emphasis on interpretation, investigation / composition, and pedagogy, aimed at young dancers between 18 and 24 years old, with previous formation or empirical experience in any of the dance genres and from diverse socioeconomic and cultural origins. ​ ​ Education for Dance Groups The formation process is aimed to children and teenagers who were initiated within the strategy Education with Dance. They have voluntarily chosen dance according to their talent, vocation, and clairvoyance for a future professional realization path, after they participate in the preprofessional level of Contemporary Studies in Dance. Formation intensity: 7 hours a week. The participants are students at public schools in Cartagena, whose pedagogical process is accomplished during their free time from the academic school schedule including Saturdays, with the support from public and private entities, such as Enel Foundation, among others that have contributed throughout time, as well as from generous donors and benefactors. ​ ​ ​ More information gcarrasquilla@elcolegiodel Cuerpo.org 1/1 RISE

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