Space for intercultural encounters, dance and theater as well as body therapeutic procedures
"The ability to express oneself artistically is every man available. Let us appreciate this privilege, cultivate and celebrate it."
The poem is the place to which one's preoccupations go.
Within the mind it is a preoccupation;
emerging in language it is a poem.
The emotions are stirred and take form in words.
If words are not enough, we speak them in sighs.
If sighs are not enough, we sing them.
If singing is not enough,
then unconsciously our hands dance them
and our feet tap them.
(From "The Great Preface" to the Book of Songs, Chinese poems dating from the 10th to 7th century BC)