Augusto Dalle Aste

Augusto Dalle Aste

Italy – CSC

Augusto Dalle Aste has a degree in  Economy of Arts and in double bass. Actually he tries to combine his passion for music and his university studies. The several musical experiences he had with orchestras and bands on different kind of music from opera to techno, have given him a large vision of the different actual musical scenes.

He is a neophyte of the contemporary dance reality but he would like to understand how he can contribute by putting himself on the line with curiosity and his abilities.

He is involved in “Migrant Bodies” as administrative manager for CSC – Bassano del Grappa.

Eva Zilio

Eva Zilio

Italy – CSC

Eva Zilio is a cultural operator and expert in editorial and language review.
She has a background in Language Studies, being graduated at Ca’ Foscari University (Venice, Italy) with a MA in European, American and Post-Colonial Languages and Literatures. Specialized in Balkan Studies, her research dealt with the role of theatre in contemporary Serbian society. As researcher she visited different European Universities, including the INALCO Institute in Paris and the Faculty of Dramatic Arts (FDU) in Belgrade.
After a one year collaboration with the production team of the Serbian independent theatrical company Reflektor Teatar (Belgrade), she enrolled the UNESCO joint master degree in Cultural Policy and Management, offered by the University of Fine Arts of Belgrade (Serbia) and the University Lumière Lyon 2 (France).
In 2018 she lived between Belgium and Germany, where she collaborated with ENCATC in Brussels (the European Network on Cultural Policy and Management) as Communication Manager Assistant and with the Performing Arts Centre EISFABRIK (Hannover) as Production Assistant in the framework of the dance Festival tanzOFFensive 2019.
Currently based in Bassano del Grappa (Italy), she is involved in the project “Migrant Bodies – Moving Boarders” as a specialist in editorial, language and text review.

Gwen Hsin-yi Chang

Gwen Hsin-yi Chang

Italy – CSC

Gwen Hsin-Yi Chang, Head of International Partnerships of the National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying), was born in Taipei and is based in Europe since 2010. Serving as a senior arts manager and producer, Gwen aims at creating fruitful links between artists, institutions and public in a global context, and at promoting partnerships between cultural institutions, public organisations and the private sector. She has initiated cross-cultural projects from 2004 to 2010, such as: productions on tour and outreach programme for Legend Lin Dance Theatre (Hymne aux fleurs qui passent and Song of Pensive Beholding) in France, Hong Kong, the United States, Mexico and Austria; programming of Taishin Arts Award and arts-led CSR initiatives for new immigrants in Taiwan sponsored by Taishin Bank Foundation for Arts and Culture; communication programme at Standard Chartered Bank’s Corporate Affairs department, and coordination with Institut Français à Taipei and Taipei Fine Arts Museum for the group exhibition Mobilité, sons et formes curated by GRAME – Centre national de création musicale, Lyon, France. With a wealth of experience in cultural exchanges, Gwen initiated the AxE Arts Management collective in 2011 to support artists and artistic developments.

Lamin Suno

Lamin Suno

Italy – CSC

Lamin Suno – I’m born on February 25th 1997 in Banjul, the capital city of Gambia, the country where I grew up. In Gambia I attended Kotu Senior Secondary School, where I was enrolled in the course “Visual Arts” for 2 and a half years. Unfortunately I couldn’t ,i don’t complete my final year to go to university. I decided to travel and I eventually arrived Italy on
January 29th 2017, in Sicily. I heard about Dance Well, so I decided to participate in the classes, because there are linked with the artistic work, which I am really interested in. After participating in several classes, I decided to take part in the Dance Well Teaching Course to become a Dance Well Teacher. I have successfully completed the course. Now i want to fulfill my dreams to work in the field of Arts.
I took part in the very first dance event of my professional career at the Civic Museum of Bassano. Later, I also worked in Arte Sella. On September 9th 2018 I danced with some colleagues for “I corpi di Schiele” in Feltre. On November 24th 2018, I also presented two choreographies, I created, at the Civic Museum of Bassano.

Elisabetta Docimo

Elisabetta Docimo

Italy – CSC

Elisabetta Docimo – Graduated in Archeology and Cultural Heritage she deals with historical-artistic dissemination, working as an educational operator/professional in museums and cultural associations.
At the same time she trains as a gymnastics instructor, a sport practiced since childhood, which leads her to explore more and more the different expressions of the body movement.
The approach to the language of dance takes place accordingly. She also studies modern and contemporary dance, she deepens her knowledge with a training course for teachers with Kataklo’ Giulia Staccioli Academy at Susanna Beltrami’s Dance Haus.
The connection between athletic movement and expressive gesture is the basis of her research. This interest led her to experiment as a choreographer with a group of former gymnasts working in a continuous dialogue between different disciplines.
She participated in projects for dancers promoted by the Opera Festival in Bassano del Grappa, thanks to which she had the opportunity to study with Sara Wiktorowicz, Sharon Fridman and many other choreographers.
She currently works as a teacher in the Dance Well project, movement research for Parkinson.

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