Posted 2 March, 2014 by-Ministry of Culture and Sports in Uncategorized

Call International Dance Day


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In order to meet the artists and students involved with dance in Guatemala, to commemorate and preserve the International Dance Day and within the framework of National Dance Festival 2014, is SUMMONS a emerging choreographers and groups to participate in the Choreographic Exhibition that will be held this 23 April in the Chamber Theatre Cultural Center Miguel Angel Asturias.

Bases of choreographic Shows:

a) Submit a choreography of any gender dancístico no longer 5 minutes. It is important not to spend the time allotted by the other participants respect and good performance of the activity.

b) Participation will be group (2 people or more) for all participants.

c) Fill registration form. No part who does not complete and return the sheet with the information and requirements and use the music.

d) They will be given a date and instructions for early delivery of their music later.

Those interested should submit a proposal to participate, filling the registration form and submitting the information are asked to attach, later than the day 24 March of 2014 e-mail to the address diadeladanza.guatemala @ gmail.com or delivery directly to the offices of SUPPORT ARTISTIC CREATION, National Palace of Culture, tertiary (6ª. Street between 6th and 7th Avenue, area 1, tel.: 2239-5001 ext. 83 and 84). Out of respect for individuals who meet the requirements, Proposals will not be accepted later than the date specified.

Activities will be held on Wednesday 23 April 2014 of the 19.00 a 21.00 pm in Room Hugo Carrillo Chamber Theatre Cultural Center Miguel Angel Asturias. The schedule will be released from 11 April.

Due to the characteristics of the event, participation is VOLUNTARY ECONOMIC AND WITHOUT COMPENSATION.

Admission is free on 23, 24 and 29 April. The 28 have a value of Q10.

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