Dolce Revoəl – SNDO graduation [Parisa Madani & Paca Faraus]

JUNE 9-11 18h@ Tempel with works by:  
Parisa Madani  
Paca Faraus 

> 18:00: Gala Farucci Retrospective expo (walk-in between 18:00-18:45)
> 19:00- 20:00: “TANA” by Gala Farucci
>  20:00-23:00: “Paraíso Travesti*” by Parisa Madani (Friday until 02:00)

The graduating year of SNDO presents their final works in June 2022 across two venues – Tempel, Amsterdam and Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond, Amsterdam.

The 4th year students of the SNDO – School for New Dance Development graduate by creating two works next to writing a thesis and completing their internship. Public programs take place in venues outside the school providing the students with professional working conditions and the artistic context. In July the graduation works travel to Berlin, to be presented at Uferstudios. 

 Parallel to the student’s individual creation processes runs a collaboration with the Graphic Design department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. This initiative originated in 2017, through dialogue with SNDO partner institute If I Can’t Dance and it is with great pleasure that the alliance continues after a 2 year pause caused by the pandemic. Students of both educations receive an applied design assignment to work together in developing visibility material for the graduation show. 




€3 - 6

Production Manager: Charlot van der Meer;
Technicians: Martin Kaffarnik & Cesco van der Zwaag;
SNDO production: Chatal Mooij;
PR coordinator: Keerthi Basavarajaiah;
Graphic design: Hyoyeong Chu from the Graphic Design department, Gerrit Rietveld Academie;
Mentor SNDO 4: Ana Vujanović;
Artistic Director: Bojana Mladenović. 

This year’s SNDO graduates are Sofia Castro, Devika Chotoe, Paca Faraus, Antonella Fittipaldi, Valeryia Le, Parisa Madani, Nazar Rakhmanov and Peter Scherrebeck Hansen.  

The Gerrit Rietveld Graphic Design graduate is Hyoyeong Chu.  

The program is made possible in collaboration with our venue partner Tempel, Amsterdam, which is hosting this year’s performances alongside Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond, Amsterdam.