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Bintou DEMBELE, Albane GUINET-AHRENS, Cathy BOUVARD, Renan BENYAMINA
A training program that is quite innovative for France, initiated by a very well known choreographer (choreographer of a very innovative form of the piece "Les Indes Galantes" at the National Opera of Paris) who aims to promote artistic practices coming from street culture and whose common point is to declare themselves self-taught. The program proposes pedagogical methods that use the body, the relationship to origins and peer learning.
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|Clichy-sous-bois Montfermeil, Paris, Les mureaux, Pantin
|3 weeks each year
|Institution of affiliation
|Compagnie Rualité, La Belle Ouvrage, Ateliers Médicis
|French Ministry of culture (Direction Générale de la création artistique)
AFDAS (financial support for training in cultural sector)
Centre National de la Danse
A set of different resources that can help discovering, explaining and analyzing the connection between entrepreneurship and street culture
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