Kuo-Shin Chuang / Pangcah Dance Theatre
“sakero” (aborigine language) is Kuo Shin Chuang’s first international residency. sakero is the word to describe how tribes move during the celebration of Harvest Festival in Pangcah aborigine culture, and it is also the term that is generally considered to be the closest to the description of dance. The residency is looking through sakero’s angle, express through both traditional Scottish and Taiwanese aborigine dancers, exploring the significance of the Pangcah aborigine’s body language and its interpretation in the contemporary way.
Company Class | Tuesday 18 & 25 June | 10.00 – 11.30
Kuo Shin Chuang the choreographer will lead the body movement of Taiwanese aborigines dance, participants will also have a chance to explore the creative of the new Pangcah production called “sakero”.
Company Showing | Friday 28 June | 16.00
Supported by The National Culture and Arts Foundation (NCAF), Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP), Overseas Community Affairs Council (Taiwan, R.O.C.), Indigenous Peoples Cultural Foundation