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Queer Tango dance workshop

Free

Location

Date

Aug 20 2021 12:00 - 13:00

Description

🗣 This event is held in Swedish with available translation to English and Spanish.

(SWE) 
Workshop om Queer Tango dans. Tango är en av de mest inkluderande populära danserna, som dansas i hela världen. Tango som improvisationsdans utvecklar kreativitet och rörelsefrihet samt högt värderad interaktion mellan båda deltagarna i paret. Tango som social dans tillåter möte med människor över hela världen utan gränser eller begränsningar. Enligt Queer-perspektivet kommer vårt tillvägagångssätt att vara att länka idén om att leda och ledas som ett kontinuum att genomföras av båda deltagarna, och till och med samordnas i ett utrymme där andra par upplever samma lika interaktion.

(ENG) Workshop about Queer Tango dance. Tango is one of the most inclusive popular dances, worldwide danced. Tango as improvisation dance develops creativity and freedom of movements as much as highly valued interaction of both participants in the couple. As a social dance allows encounters with people all around the world without boundaries or limitations. According the Queer perspective our approach will be to link the idea of leading and be leaded as a continuum to be executed by both participants, and even coordinated in an space where other couples are experiencing the same equal interaction.

www.marcelatroncoso.com

Organiser

Welcome to Copenhagen 2021, the most significant LGBTI+ event in 2021 combining WorldPride, EuroGames, an eclectic arts and culture program, and an historic LGBTI+ human rights forum. And #YouAreIncluded!

Twenty-five years after the first Copenhagen Pride, we will host WorldPride to celebrate and advocate for LGBTI+ equality worldwide. We’ll bring thousands of LGBTI+ people to Copenhagen and Malmö (in Sweden, just a 20 minute journey across the iconic Øresund Bridge) for the most important LGBTI+ event ever held in Scandinavia.

Venue

Malmö Live Wooden Decks Malmö Live Wooden Decks, Dag Hammarskjölds torg 4, 211 18 Malmö

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