Hidden Dance Walk steps it out in Ljubljana
October 02 2015
Aerowaves partner Spanski Borci Cultural Centre in Ljubljana, Slovenia, held a Hidden Dance Walk as part of the events to mark the beginning of its autumn 2015 season. The Hidden Dance Walk involved dozens of participants from a variety of dance and community groups and dance schools from across Ljubljana performing in unusual locations in the vicinity of the theatre and around the city.
From majorettes with a full brass band to ballet with an outdoor orchestra and from B-boying on the steps of a high-rise apartment block to swing dance on a basketball court, the local dancers shared their short performances with a travelling audience -- led by the devisor of the project, Honne Dohrmann. The roving audience grew in size as it travelled from the banks of the river to city streets - with spectators joining in to learn some swing moves from the pros before gathering at Spanski Borci to watch some contemporary dance too!
Check out these photos from the event - all images (C) Andrej Lamut.
Audience at Spanski Borci Cultural Centre
Honne Dohrmann leading the Hidden Dance Walk around Ljubljana
Majorettes and a brass band at a shopping centre on the Hidden Dance Walk
Contemporary dance in studio at Spanski Borci
Learning to swing dance - audience members on the Hidden Dance Walk
This initiative was funded through an Aerowaves Audience Development grant.