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2013-09-03

MAKT students from abroad



Barbara Żarinow (Poland)
She is student of  polish philology with specialization on Theatre studies at the Uniwersity Marii Curie – Skłodowskiej in Lublin, which is her home town. She is the editor of student magazine “5ściana” (“5thwall”), which is issuing during every theatre festivals in Lublin. Her interested in dance theatre when she first started going to dance workshops leading by dancers from Lublin Dance Theatre. She take a part in Poznan and Lublin edition of MAKT.



Marta Seredyńska (Poland)
She studied Theater Studies at Adam Mickiewicz Univesity in Poznań. Currently she is studying Interactive Media and Spectacles at the same University. She publishes article about dance and theater performances primarily on website. She participated in workshop of theater critism, which organizes theatrical newspaper Didaskalia. 
She was the curator of interdisciplinary project for seniors during the festival Nowa Siła Kuratorska, which is organized by students. She also worked in the organization of various festivals, such as Malta Festival or events in  the program Old Brevery New Dance by Art Stations Foundations. She was assistant choreographer Mikołaj Mikołajczyk in the performance Now is the time.







Oleksandr Manshylin (Ukraine)
Dancer, choreographer, teacher of Dance technique, the History of Contemporary Dance and Repertoire in universities of Kyiv, dance critic in magazines Proscenium, Dance in Ukraine and in the World. Doctoral student in Kyiv Theatre, Cinema and Television University researching methodologies of modern dance from Rudolf Laban to Merce Cunningham. Member of MACT sessions in Poland (2012).














Valeria Castellaneta (Italy)


is graduated at the Ca' Foscari University in Venice and specialised in arts management at the Paolo Grassi advanced School for art professionals in Milan. She completed her theatre and dance studies at the University of La

Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris). From 2004 to 2007, she worked as company manager (production,communication and tour manager) for the contemporary dance company Corte Sconta, co-founding and organising the first edition of Festival Opplà - Solo Dance international festival (2006) in Teatro Out Off, Milan. From 2007 to 2013, she worked as company manager and tour manager of TPO Company (Teatro Fabbrichino-Prato), an interactive dance company for young audience. In December 2012, she collaborated with Festival Exister, a contemporary dance festival in Milan. Since then, she has set up her own company specialising in European project management in the arts field, while continuing to collaborate with different companies both in Italy and France.



I am Barbara Siemaszko, student History of Art and Theater Science at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan.  I ve studied Theater Science at Jagiellonski University in Cracow (2011) and last  four mounths I have spent at  University of Belgrade at History of Art and Archicture's department. 
During my studies I am trying to gain an experience with my theoretical education. That is why I have co-operated with some foundations, redactions (for example: Art Station Foundation Old Brewery/New Dance in Poznan, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw, also I have served an internship in the editorial office "Theater". Because of my interesting I belong to The Mobile Academy of Dance Criticism. This is new Jadwiga Majewska' s project. 
My studies give me sufficient theorethical background in the area of contemporary art, also new media area but for me the most important is independent visiting many exhibitions, spectacles, and many others cultural events which happen around me. That is why so important is traveling, meeting other people, get to know another culture,  observing and getting conclusion. 

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