Artistic encounters in the Haut-Forez
Regards et Mouvements SUPERSTRAT
Set up to support artistic initiatives, the association is based in the area of Haut-Forez. It welcomes live performance artists (circus, street theatre, dance, object theatre, multi-disciplinary events, etc.) in the form of residencies in creation, research or training, mediation projects, shows, etc. In 2016, it began organising projects outside its walls, at different points around the region, often in places not dedicated to theatre.
Travelling in a caravan, the association organises artistic projects in new and often unusual places. The idea is for the presence of a team of artists to be an opportunity to meet the public as part of a participative, open event in which people are able to discover artistic creation in places not originally built for that purpose. Artistic projects are selected on the basis of a call for projects, the companies taking part in these local residencies organised close to the home base are live performers: open-air circus and visual art, aerial circus with a hot air balloon, choreography in public areas, equestrian theatre, acrobatics, clowns, etc… The shows take place in farms, a castle, a take-off field for hot-air balloons, a gym, a school. As well as using the site for its artistic activities, the association has a new caravan fitted out to serve as a place for meeting, debate and friendly discussion.
Location: Loire, Haute-Loire and Puy-de-Dome departments – Franceshare this project
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