We have selected the artists whose works will be featured on Mind Your Step in Paphos, on 8 and 9 April, together with our invited artists Elena Antoniou and Francesca Foscarini and they are… Dimitris Chimonas with this is it and Harry Koushos and Ody ICON with coast to coast Congratulations! Much loveRead more "Our Valentine’s Day gift for you is…"
Dear friends, the deadline for the open call to take part in Mind your step #Pafos on 8 and 9 April has been postponed until Friday 3 February. We would like you to tell us how you interpret the connection between your arts and the area of Pafos/Mouttallos. You can be a Cyprus-based choreographer, dancer, […]Read more "Deadline for open call postponed: 3 February"
Dear friends, we have decided to postpone the deadline for our open call by a week. So… You will have time until the 27 January, at 12 noon, to submit your proposals. We want to look at Paphos through your eyes. Looking forward to it!Read more "Open call: deadline postponed!"
Dear Mind your step followers, we hope you are spending wonderful holidays. We are here to give you our Christmas present. Ready? Mind your step in Pafos on 8 and 9 April 2017 will feature two Cypriot artists selected through the open call we issued three weeks ago and two more artists Giulia Galvan, the curator […]Read more "Our Christmas gift for you"
OPEN CALL: MIND YOUR STEP Application deadline: 21 January 2017, 12noon Can dance get into a dialogue with urban planning? Mind your step is a 2-day event, on 8th and 9th April 2017, which aims to explore the connection between choreography, live performance, walkscapes and urban planning. Endeavouring to enlarge the audience for dance and […]Read more "Open call for #Pafos is out! – deadline: 21.1.2017"
Mind your step will come to Paphos on 8 and 9 April 2017. Join us!Read more "Mind your step #Pafos"
Mind your step has always been thought of as an ongoing research, therefore it needs to be nurtured by encounters, experiences, new places. We have recently met the researcher Geert Vermeire, of Milena principle. He has been dealing with wandering and walking as creative instruments, so MYS has a lot in common with his approach. Here are a few videos […]Read more "New paths"