Update on the FEDORA Education Prize's Winner 2021

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21 January 2022

Ghent / Belgium



Belgium - 21.01.22

Winner of the FEDORA Education Prize 2021

On 20 January, the FEDORA Team attended a performance of the Goldberg Variations in Bruges, a piece choreographed by Michiel Vandevelde which stars Oskar Stalpaert a dancer of the programme "Dance training for people with a disability" led by Platform-K, winner of the FEDORA Education Prize 2021. 

This moving and inspiring programme challenges our society’s generic notion of beauty on stage and claims how dancers with disabilities are an added value to the contemporary dance scene. The next day we attended one of the training programme and met with the teachers and dancers and got to discover how they work. Learn more about the project here.

Golberg Variations in Cultuurcentrum Brugge

Workshop in Vooruit Ghent

Awarding the FEDORA Education Prize Trophy

On 20 January, after the performance, Edilia Gänz, FEDORA's Director and Bernard Foccroulle, Chair of the Jury, bestowed the FEDORA Education Prize's trophy to Oskar Stalpaert, Dancer and to Inge Lattré, Artistic Director of the project, on behalf of FEDORA's President, Jérôme-François Zieseniss, of the Prize's Sponsor, a private foundation.

From left to right: Edilia Gänz, Bernard Foccroulle, Ingé Lattré, Oskar Stalpaert

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