documentary resource centre
With the objective of educating and organised along various themes, BNMDOC opens up the Ballet National de Marseille’s extensive archives from when it was first set up to its latest productions. Since 1972 its choreographic directors and guest artists have created more than one hundred shows for the Ballet National de Marseille.
The Ballet National de Marseille maintains very strong links with its past while continuing to create for the future.
BNMDOC also has the latest news about the repertoire, features themes across a variety of disciplines and includes activities developed in association with the artistic approach of Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten.
This digital platform, which opened during BNMFEST, can be found in the lobby of the BNM where tablets and headphones are freely available.
with Geneviève Vincent
based on the work of Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten
An audience seeing a show is an essential part of the act of citizenship, which leads a person to go out and share the time of a performance and a space of sensibility with others. It is about extending the moment of the performance, analysing the artistic work, attempting to put feelings into words, leaving traces, trying to understand what affects us and what leaves us indifferent.
Objectives to produce a collection of writing developed during workshops that will form the subject of a talk open to the public and may well be published.
Eligibility to participate in this workshop certain conditions must be met: commitment to participate in all the workshops, availability for rehearsals and the shows of the Ballet National de Marseille, proficiency at word processing. Participants will be selected on the basis of these conditions.
Arrangements information meeting and submission of applications to the BNM by 6 pm on 30 Octobber
Workshops 6 workshops during the season, from 6 pm to 8 pm.
Public talk 18 June 2018
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The Ballet National de Marseille helps its dancers manage their physical and mental wellbeing more autonomously as well as prevent risks of physical injury during their professional career. The dancers continue to benefit from paramedical care with the BNM, which is rounded off by an evaluation of their motor patterns in order to establish physical preparation tailored to each dancer.
The BNM undertakes to involve dance teachers who are particularly aware of the necessary convergence between dance and health. A cycle of monthly training in connection with the National Dance Centre (CND) and the health centre at the Écoles Supérieures de Danse in Marseille and Cannes has been launched, as well as partnerships with IML (Institut du Mouvement et de l’Appareil Locomoteur) and the Technosport department at the University of Aix-Marseille.
A health scheme is also being set up for all technical and administrative staff at the BNM.
Programme supported and co-funded by Harlequin Floors
The BNM is committed to corporate social responsibility (CSR) and is involved in a public CSR initiative in the PACA region. The company has set itself three objectives for the next three years:
to reduce its energy footprint : through actions designed to reduce energy use, improve responsible purchasing, reduce and treat waste, encourage soft modes of transport for employees and raise people’s awareness of eco-gestures
to optimise support to employees: throughout their career: health, wellbeing, prevention of professional risks, skills management, supporting dancers to retrain
to boost its outreach activities among all kinds of audiences: with a full programme of activities for all, educational activities and outreach programmes.