Rok Vevar is a writer, dramaturge, theoretician and historian of contemporary dance and theatre, living and working in Ljubljana (Slovenia). He’s been publishing articles on dance and theatre in different daily, weekly newspapers and magazines as well as in the scientific periodicals. Founder of The Slovene Temporary Dance Archives (among its different presentations at Harvard Univeristy, Cambridge, MA, USA in 2014), since 2009 member of Nomad Dance Academy (regional and local organization), co-curator of CoFestival (NDA SLO, Kino Šiška Ljubljana). A dramaturge he collaborated with choreographers Sinja Ožbolt, Jana Menger, Goran Bogdanovski, Andreja Rauch Pozdravnik, Snježana Premuš, Kaja Lorenci etc. and in the recent years in Mladinsko theatre with Oliver Frljić, Ana Vujanović, Saša Aasentić etc. Between 2013-2015 he’s been assistant professor at Academy For Theatre in Ljubljana (Theatre Criticism) and Academy for Dance Ljubljana (Dance History – 20th Century, Drance Analysis, Dance Dramaturgy). Books: Deadline – Selected Articles and Essays (2011), 500 dramskih zgodb (Mladinska knjiga, 1997).
Core team: Gregor Kamnikar, Gisela Müller, Dejan Srhoj, Rok Vevar and guests
CoTeaching is a format that understands the teaching act as a learning act. It provides multiple perspectives and asymmetrical organization of teaching processes which facilitate (re)active teaching and learning experiences. It is a way of creating knowledge in which two, three or more teachers teach the same dance training or a workshop.
Co-Teaching creates a space for dialogue, openness and constant negotiation in order to step into the unknown which allows us to find new possibilities and strategies in our practice. The Rules of the training are specified through certain scores which are adaptable to specific situation, participants and intention of the work to be done.
Co-Teaching is a format that was developed within the Nomad Dance Academy Network and has been realized in the last years in Slovenia, Macedonia, Croatia.