XLIII. TÁNCHÁZTALÁLKOZÓ • 2024. április 5–7.
Webinárium angol nyelven, 2023. május 25. és 27.
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Transmission Methods for Traditional Dance Culture – The Hungarian Dance House Model

The Dance as ICH: New models of facilitating participatory dance events (Dance – ICH) project focuses on dance as ICH and the relationship between local dance heritage communities, museums, heritage institutions, and the public. The international project brings together nine partners from six countries (Norway, Slovenia, Greece, Romania, Belgium, and Hungary) with the aim of exploring the contemporary impact and relevance of the adaptation of dance tradition in museums and the mutual presentation of good practices. Dance and music researchers, museologists, and heritage experts work together in the project. The project will conclude with a joint participatory exhibition on dance as intangible cultural heritage.

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The meeting will take place in Hungary, Szentendre in the Hungarian Open Air Museum on 25th–28th May 2023 with two streamed sessions. Our focus is the transmission method of traditional dances, in particular the Hungarian dance house method, which was selected on UNESCO's register of good safeguarding pracHces.

25 May 2023, Thursday
General introduction about the dance house method

Moderator: Dóra Pál-Kovács PhD
15:30–15:50 – Anna Székely
Research and movement.
16:00–16:20 – Ildikó Sándor PhD
Dance houses – Changing scenes
16:30–16:50 – Eszter Csonka-Takács PhD
Networks for Safeguarding the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary
16:50–17:10 – Discussion

27 May 2023, Saturday
Dance House Method all over the World

Moderator: Vivien Apjok PhD
09:30–09:50 – Sweden: Anna Björk
The dance house method – moving from Hungary to Sweden
10:00–10:20 – Greek: Chariton Charitonidis
The formation of a dance community: The case of the Greek dance-house in
10:30–10:50 – Norway: Siri Maeland PhD
Multitrack transmission in the spirit of social dance events
11:00–11:20 – Break
11:30–11:50 – Romania: Raluca Ioana Andrei PhD
The Role of Lads’ Groups in Transmitting Traditional Dances in Romania
Case Study: The Group of Carolling Lads from Rucăr
12:00–12:20 – Slovenia: Rebeka Kunej PhD
Experiences of dance houses in Slovenia
12:30–13:00 – Discussion

Contact person: Dóra Pál-Kovács PhD (palkovacs.dora@skanzen.hu)