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Between Heaven, Earth and Family: Tali Eviatar on Shira Eviatar

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As her sister, and specifically because of the issues Shira chooses to work with (roots, family, origins, etc.), I always feel a particular closeness, an intimacy with the subject of the work, maybe more than other audience members. I’m always really excited to see my little sister on stage- suddenly she’s huge, she creates something so big that touches so many people.Read more

Between Heaven, Earth and Family — בין שמיים, ארץ ומשפחה

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The first time I saw Eyal dancing in a performance was at the end of first year at Kol Atzmotai Tomarna School, and the truth is that it was a pretty tough experience… It was in a small and closed studio in which twelve men had been dancing all day… We sat in a circle around them and, for me, it was way too close and intimate. Since then, I’ve been to many shows. They’ve been moving, exciting, beautiful and something about that intimacy and closeness, about being on stage with the dancers, received new power and refinement for me.Read more

Between Heaven, Earth and Family

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On November 2, the 8th annual Between Heaven and Earth Festival will kick off in Jerusalem. This year’s theme is Intergenerational Transfer. In a very special collaboration between the festival’s director, Ronen Itzhaki, and Creative Writing, we reached out to family members of presenting choreographers. We gave them a short questionnaire and asked that they share their thoughts and feelings about accompanying the choreographer throughout their journey. In the coming days, we will post their answers here.Read more

Artist and Audience: Who needs who?- Thoughts from Bassano del Grappa

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At the end of the day, we need that audience more than they need us. Without us, they will continue to run their businesses and serve their civic duties.

Without an audience, our performance art becomes art. Art done alone in a studio or home. And that is not our medium. Our form requires viewers and artists spend a great deal of time, effort and money attempting to ensure that those people will exist. That they will show up. They make our art come alive.

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