The folk dances are one of the best elements of transmission of different cultures through the ages, because "the natural art and dance as essential, par excellence, has a universal value and symbolic, because it expresses a feeling, a state of soul ".
The purpose is to bring people the idea that music and dance are a complex social phenomenon, and as such responds to human needs, and serve specific purposes, as that is the essence of art. In that sense, it seeks to develop musical skills and knowledge of people through the interpretation of dances in different styles and technical, melodic, harmonic and rhythmic.
Through art we approach the Other in the diversity, the intercultural dimension. We propose to address Intericulturalism through dance, while not neglecting other crucial aspects such as music, food, clothing, customs and so on.
We will offer to children, adults of all ages the opportunity to experiment, to live ..., different speeds, different clothes, different music ... through simple dances (couple, group, run), approaching the knowledge of different cultures, understanding the dance, always, as one of the most motivating ways of expression and cultural exchange generator.
Currently there are more people from other countries with whom we interact in our daily reality, this leads us to wonder about the cultures from which they come, given that they all must be respected and therefore requires us to make decisions and develop action strategies to allow, enable and promote education in coexistence.
"Even before man found formal artistic means to express himself, he learned to enjoy the sensation of stepping, spinning, rocking, rocking, stomping, and jumping, simply because there are an infinite joy of dancing. Dancing is a means to channel their abundant energy, is a supreme way of expressing themselves. " WALTER SORELL
Scope and Tools
- To respect, value and enrich the body language as a means of expression and communication.
- Discover and respect different ways of being, living, thinking, feeling and acting through the dance.
- To respect, value and promote diversity, starting from their own culture and are present in the community in which we live.
- Use the resources we offer dance as a way to improve the interpersonal, communication and respect for diversity.
- Expand our culture, emotional, musical and rhythmic ... through the dance.
- To respect, value and foster dialogue as a means of understanding body space and others.
- Involve families in the implementation of the project.
- Build a space of intercultural encounter and exchange fun and festive.
- Use of the dances as a means to explore and identify your own body sensations and perceptions are.
- Generation of the positive attitude towards differences, identity and characteristics of other cultures.
- Using dance as a means to learn about different traditions, religions, etc. ..., From different cultures.
- Action Protocols and Good Practices.