Venetsiana Kalampaliki works as a dancer and choreographer. She is a graduate of the School of Political Sciences (Athens), the Greek National School of Dance and holds a M.F.A from the Athens School of Fine Arts. Her collaborations extend in the fields of contemporary dance, digital and visual arts, performance and disability arts. Ιn 2021-22 she was in residence at K3 Tanzplan Hamburg and was awarded by Artworks Fellowship Program, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, for the year 2022-23. Her practice focuses on the integration of accessibility services within a creative process and outcome of a choreographic work. She is involved in the “Dance-Well” research programme for people with Parkinson’s where she will be holding classes that invite the participants to connect with their own bodies and with the others, as well as with music and rhythm discovering the potential of dancing.
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