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AT Congress® Berlin 2022

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Event Details

Portrait Wolfgang Weiser

Wolfgang Weiser
Gotland, Sweden

Closing Celebration

Join Wolfgang Weiser, Rossella, Andreas and the Congress Team to share some highlights from the past week, celebrate our experience and to thank people who made it great for all of us and to say goodbye.
As you find out about the next Congress, let’s think together about what are you going to bring home from this one. There will be some fun performances, questions like “what do you bring home with you?” and ” is there anything you are going to do differently or change”? To share with new and old friends.
We were finally together for a week, we learnt, thought, explored, played and saw new things.
Let’s share our experience, to consolidate our memories, to nurture own work and celebrate the feeling that we’re part of a community and to say see you soon.

About Wolfgang Weiser

Wolfgang Weiser, Balance educator & artist trained as an AT teacher in England and Germany between 1993-97 and became over the last 15 years an internationally recognised AT teacher, with qualified educations as well in theatre, circus, ergonomics and pedagogics. He is a member of ATVD, STAT & ATME, has taught the AT at the Theatre University in Stockholm and worked with actors, dancers and musicians all over Sweden. Prior experience includes working as a performer, actor, dancer and juggler since 1984. Now, based on the island Gotland, Sweden he is together with Anna E Weiser running a residential summer project and building an educational art centre for sound and balance. When not standing on his hands or teaching, Wolfgang is doing research about sustainable movement education, where he recently started his PhD studies.

at@weiser.se

See also: Wolfgang Weiser – Presenter Detail Page

Keynotes-Plenary Sessions
Sunday, 28 August 2022
11:30 h - 13:00 h

View from the stage in the Main Auditorium of TU Berlin
Main Auditorium

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