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Tuntu Dance Workshop

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Dance workshop for 0 to 6-year-old visually impaired children and their parents. Held on Sunday 29 Jan 2017 at 14:00–15:00 in the dance classroom (tanssiluokka) at Annantalo (Annankatu 30, Helsinki). Sign up.


4 Sep 2016

Päivi Aura’s lecture at Young ID Zug Festival

Päivi Aura gives a lecture at Young ID Zug Festival about “Nonverbal behaviour and children under 6 years”. The lecture takes place on Sep 10 2016 at 11:00, at Siebachsaal in Zug, Switzerland.

22 Aug 2016

Auraco at EARS on Helsinki panel discussion

Our project manager Amigo Yeung is taking part in a panel discussion at EARS on Helsinki about Art for Kids, on Friday August 26 at 13:30–14:30. The event is held at Maria Startup, Lapinlahdenkatu 16, Helsinki.

The panel discusses the following theme: In East Asia, there’s a high focus on education and investing in children’s development – and in performing arts for kids. What works, what doesn’t, and what are the possibilities for international productions?

1 Jan 2016

Päivi Aura at ASSITEJ Korea Winter Festival

Päivi Aura will participate in a round-table discussion about international cooperation at the ASSITEJ Korea Winter Festival on 8 Jan at 11:00–13:00. The venue is Multipurpose Hall (B2), Marronnier Park.

Päivi will also hold a workshop for teachers and theatre professionals with the theme “movement in silence” on 12 Jan at 16:00–18:00, also in Multipurpose Hall (B2), Marronnier Park.

29 Sep 2015

Auraco at Performing Arts Market in Seoul

Dance Theatre Auraco takes part in Performing Arts Market in Seoul in South-Korea from October 5th to 9th. Auraco is there at the booth of Diverse Arts Management and Dance Info Finland with a group of other Finnish dance companies and artists. See you at PAMS!

10 Sep 2015

Mr. Kookaburra and Kukkaroo premiere ticket revenue to Unicef

Auraco wants to help the world’s children in need and donates its part of the ticket revenue from the premiere of Mr. Kookaburra and Kukkaroo to Unicef.


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