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What is the best city to live in Poland?   

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Best is obviously debatable and depends on your specific needs and desires. But as somebody who has lived in 3 polish cities, Warsaw, Gdańsk and Kraków, and has visited all major cities, I’ve collected a series of pros and cons about them all. If you are ever thinking of going to live in Poland and […]

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Multiple timezones at a glance   

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Keeping track of your global team-mates' local time

Working in a globally-distributed team comes with a set of challenges, and timezone differences are a major one. I like to stay aware of what time it is wherever my co-workers happen to be. This is all the more imporant now with multiple companies around the world going fully-remote. For example: If I know a colleague has small children, I'd like to avoid grabbing their attention at bed-time, and let them focus on bedtime logistics.

At work, I want multi-timezone awareness at all times. Suprisingly enough, none of the mainstream productivity apps offer anything like this. Sure, google calendar lets you set up a 'secondary time zone', and apple calendar lets you switch between time zones, but these are meager solutions when your team is distributed across several time zones, not just two. I'm not going to be switching my calendar view four times everytime I want to know what's up.

So I asked myself this question: apart from the mac os menu bar (for which there are multi-timezone clocks available, but alas nothing free), what's the UI component that I most frequently look at, and which I am able to tweak?

The answer is the command line prompt, a.ka. PS1.

Some people like to really go wild with their CLI prompts. I like mine clean and minimal: no user/hostnames, no colors, no git branches, etc. Up unitl recently, my shell prompt was defined as:

PS1="\$(basename \$(pwd))$ "

which displays as:

p$ cd code/blog
blog$

In the interest of timezone-awareness, I decided to display all the labelled localtimes as the first item in my prompt:

PS1="\
YVR:\$(TZ=America/Vancouver date +%H:%M) \
ORD:\$(TZ=America/Chicago date +%H:%M) \
EZE:\$(TZ=America/Buenos_Aires date +%H:%M) \
LHR:\$(TZ=Europe/London date +%H:%M) \
WAW:\$(TZ=Europe/Warsaw date +%H:%M) \
\$(basename \$(pwd))$ "

giving:

YVR:12:35 ORD:14:35 EZE:16:35 LHR:20:35 WAW:21:35 p$ cd code/blog
YVR:12:35 ORD:14:35 EZE:16:35 LHR:20:35 WAW:21:35 blog$

This works, but the redundant display of minutes takes up a lot of space and attention. Also, since the number of places where my teammates are located is more-or-less constant, there's no need to label all the cities. I went through several iterations of visual layouts before settling on the following scheme:

  • Timezones are arranged from West to East (earliest time is left-most)
  • The first and last timezone have minutes displayed for context, the rest are just hours.

And so we end up with the following:

PS1="\
\$(TZ=America/Vancouver date +%H:%M)\
\$(TZ=America/Chicago date +%H) \
\$(TZ=America/Buenos_Aires date +%H) \
\$(TZ=Europe/London date +%H) \
\$(TZ=Europe/Warsaw date +%H) \
\$(basename \$(pwd))$

giving this effect:

12:37 14 16 20 21:37 p$ cd code/blog
12:37 14 16 20 21:37 blog$

I'm sure this scheme could be futher imporoved for legibility (with, say, country-flag emojis), but for now, it's given me enormous benefit for a 10-minute productivity hack.

If you're working in a very distributed team, try this and see if it helps with timezone awareness. Good luck and stay safe!


          

Climate change on the high school curriculum in Melbourne   

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Weather Stations is a global project which places literature and storytelling at the heart of the conversations around climate change. Launched in 2014, the Weather Stations project harnesses the transformative power of words to imagine, in the context of a threatened environment, how we might live our lives differently. Five partner cities are involved - London, Warsaw, Dublin, Warsaw and Melbourne. Each partner city selects a local school as a 'Substation' where students work with teachers and mentors to discover ways to develop as citizens with the knowledge, motivation and tools to fight for a more sustainable future.Footscay City College is the only school in Australia taking part. This week we hear from FCC students participating in the Weather Stations project and how this has affected their thinking and behavior around the issue of climate change.

          

Call for Entries - Warsaw Animation Film Festival - SUBMISSION DEADLINE - 10TH OF JUNE 2020    

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The 2nd Warsaw Animation Film Festival will take place online between the 27th of August and the 2nd of September 2020, and will be available for audiences in Poland. 

          

For Poles, easing US sanctions means little more than herring    

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America's ''slight easing'' of sanctions against Poland may conceivably put more herring, a very popular holiday meal, on the plates of Polish families this Christ-mastime - at least, more than last year.

It also has some importance for the Polish government.

Lifting the ban on Polish fishing fleets in United States waters - as Washington is about to do - is the first step to regaincc7ping a commercial facility formerly worth some $260 million a year.

Canceling the permits cost the Poles not only contracts with US food processors that earned Poland hard currency, but also vital supplies of fish meal for animal feeding and an annual quota of 10,000 tons of fish normally earmarked for Polish tables.

But this is, so to speak, only a fish in the ocean, and a minor step toward any real normalization of intense economic relations with the West, particularly with the US. These have been in virtual abeyance since sanctions were imposed in response to martial law in December 1981.

Nor will rescheduling part of Poland's $11 billion debt to Western governments make much difference to its overall economic situation while more damaging restrictions remain in force. And, judging from the words coming out of Washington this week and how it views the current situation in Poland, these restrictions seem likely to remain for some time.

The West Europeans were prepared to renegotiate since early this year. A month ago, the 15 states making up the so-called Club of Paris agreed the time had come to set a date for starting talks with the Poles.

The argument was one already adopted by Western commercial banks when they agreed in August to reschedule interest payments due this year. Without renegotiation, they said, or by putting the Poles in default, they risked getting back none of their money at all.

At that meeting, the banks also loaned as short-term credits 65 percent of what the Poles agreed to pay, which is what the latter would like their Western government creditors to do as well.

But making it easier for the Poles to pay part of what they owe will not mitigate the damaging effects of sanctions overall.

The financial and aid restrictions, President Reagan has said, will continue in force. So, too, will the ban on transfer of high technology, the stop on landing rights in the US for the state airline, LOT, and suspension of Poland's almost traditional most-favored-nation (MFN) trading status with the US.

The economic restrictions not only precluded credit-purchasing of US grain and stock-raising foodstuffs which Polish agriculture had depended on for years. They also cut off supplies of raw materials and components on which important industries were equally dependent, bringing many plants almost to a standstill.

Suspension of MFN, according to the Poles, has driven at least half of their products out of the American market and caused a fall in total Polish export from $320 million in 1981 to a mere $95 million in the first half of this year.

The technological controls have denied Poland equipment and licenses that had been the base of the development boom of the '70s - and whose continued availability, at least in terms of items like spare parts, remains an obvious essential to recovery.

A Warsaw statistical journal said in August that the stop on credit caused overall production loss in industry last year of some $13.3 billion and is expected to mean a further $7.5 billion loss this year. Between early 1981 and midterm this year, the NATO states' share in Poland's foreign trade fell from 23 percent to 14 percent in Polish imports and from 30 percent to 19 percent in exports.

Such figures pose politically significant questions for the future.

Soviet assistance, Poles say, cushioned the sanctions' ''worst effects.'' But only the worst. It reduced the former ''overdependence'' on the West, they say. The West is condemned as a major factor in Poland's economic breakdown, leading to the rise of Solidarity in 1980.

Imports of Western goods and services have fallen from a 1975 all-time high of 28 percent of national income to a mere 8.6 percent last year. For the first time in over a decade, Poland has a trade surplus with the West - but scarcely enough even to cover current debt servicing. There is no margin for buying new technology.

At the same time, Warsaw has run up an immense deficit with its bloc allies (principally the Soviet Union).

But to begin reducing debts and liabilities to either East or West, Poland has to increase and improve its exports. To do so, however, it will need fresh credit at least for the next few years before it can hope to be more export-effective in the hard-currency area where it counts.

There are no signs that more Soviet aid will be forthcoming.

Moreover, even if Western governments now negotiate over the debts, fresh credit is almost certainly not going to be any part of the deal. It is unlikely to come into the picture for some time.

In the meantime, Poland's dollar earnings will have to cover both debt servicing and the cash purchase of necessary items like the 3 million to 3.5 million tons of grain foreseen in next year's plan.

For the rest, Poland is counting on ''another year of respite'' from its allies. But the longer Western sanctions continue, the tighter the Eastern clamp on Poland fits.

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Focus on walking and cycling in Warsaw   

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Reducing cycle hurdles in Warsaw   

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Where are you from?   

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Where are you from? I’m from Gdańsk. I’m from Sopot. I’m from Wrocław. Where are you from? I’m from Warsaw. I’m from Cracow. I’m from Lublin. Where are you from? I’m from Toruń. I’m from Olsztyn. I’m from Katowice. Where are you from? I’m from Radom. I’m from Gorzów. I’m from Slupsk. ​ I’m from Lębork. [...]

          

Warsaw a city with a booming culture and economy and a message   

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Warsaw a city with a booming culture and economy and a message

          

Poland: Crackdown On LGBT Activists   

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Click to expand Image The Mermaid of Warsaw statue is seen holding the LGBT rainbow flag and wearing a pink mask with the anarcha-queer symbol in Warsaw, Poland July 29, 2020 in this image taken from social media. © Marta Bogdanowicz/@spacerowiczka via REUTERS

(Brussels) – Polish authorities should stop trying to silence activists who support lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people’s rights, and instead promote and protect the right to equality, Human Rights Watch said today. In recent weeks, the police have arrested LGBT rights activists for peaceful protest actions on the basis of an overly broad blasphemy law, violating freedom of expression and signaling the further deterioration of the rule of law in Poland.

On August 7, hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the Warsaw offices of the Campaign Against Homophobia, an LGBT rights group, to protest an order to arrest an activist named Margo accused of causing damage in June to a truck promoting false anti-LGBT propaganda. After about an hour of the demonstration, which was livestreamed on Facebook, police who had arrived to execute the order departed without Margo.

“Polish authorities should immediately stop targeting activists who exert their basic free expression rights,” said Kyle Knight, senior LGBT rights researcher at Human Rights Watch. “Scapegoating and targeting a vulnerable minority is becoming a routine and nasty part of the government’s playbook, with dangerous repercussions for human rights.”

A recent wave of arrests followed a campaign of placing rainbow flags on prominent public monuments. On the evening of August 3, 2020, Warsaw police grabbed Margo, who was with the Stop Bzdurom (stop nonsense) campaign collective, off the street, handcuffed her, and put her in an unmarked car. The next morning the police detained two other Stop Bzdurom activists with Margo for 48 hours, then released all three of them. The following day the police confirmed via Twitter that they were investigating the three activists for “insulting religious feelings and insulting Warsaw monuments.”

Margo was also arrested in July in connection with a public action on June 27, when a group of activists defaced a truck that was covered with and projecting from loudspeakers a series of anti-LGBT slurs. On July 14, police forcefully entered the apartment where Margo was staying with friends, took her away barefoot, called her anti-gay slurs, and questioned her overnight at the police station. The next day, the prosecutor requested three months pretrial detention for Margo on charges of participating in a riot, property damage, and physical assault, all of which carry multi-year prison sentences. The district court in Warsaw-Mokotów denied that request and released Margo. Prosecutors filed an appeal, and on August 7, according to activist reports, another court issued an order for two months pretrial detention for Margo on those charges.

Under Article 196 of Poland’s criminal code, a person who “offends the religious feelings of others by publicly insulting a religious object or place of worship” may face up to two years in prison. The government has defended the authorities’ actions against the activists, saying, “... certain boundaries [of tolerance] were crossed.” In May 2019, police invoked Article 196 when arresting an artist, Elżbieta Podlesna, over a picture she created of a religious icon with a rainbow halo.

Overly vague blasphemy laws such as Poland’s violate the guarantee of free speech under international human rights law, Human Rights Watch said. International rights bodies, including the United Nations Human Rights Committee, have underscored that only laws that protect against incitement to violence, discrimination, and hatred can justify criminal sanctions. Both the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights protect speech, including acts of protest, that may offend others. That protection is all the more important when the speech relates to advocacy for fundamental human rights, including rights to nondiscrimination and equality.

In recent years, Poland has been engulfed by anti-LGBT vitriol. The rhetoric has been largely fueled by the ruling Law and Justice Party, which has a history of scapegoating LGBT people and sexual and reproductive health activists for political ends, under the rubric of attacks on “gender ideology.” Senior party members have historically misrepresented efforts to advance gender equality and end discrimination as attacks on “traditional” family values, and used such arguments to undermine women’s and LGBT rights groups.

Andrzej Duda, a Law and Justice politician, was re-elected president in late June following a campaign that actively deployed anti-LGBT rhetoric as an election strategy, including calling “LGBT ideology” more dangerous than communism. Currently the Justice Ministry is funding work aimed at “counteracting crimes related to the violation of freedom of conscience committed under the influence of LGBT ideology.”

In July, the European Commission announced that it would withhold development funding for six Polish municipalities in reaction to their insistence of retaining the label of an “LGBT-Free Zone.” Authorities in one third of Poland’s cities have identified their localities as “LGBT Ideology Free Zones” although courts attempted in 2019 to curtail the pernicious anti-rights campaign. On August 6, an administrative court in Lublin annulled the anti-LGBT resolution of the Serniki Commune.

The European Union should set up a mechanism to ensure that the European Commission’s funding to member states cannot be misused by any country that persistently breaches fundamental rights norms that are core to EU membership. The European Commission and other EU member states should also broaden the scope of their scrutiny of Poland under Article 7 – which provides for sanctioning member states that breach core EU values – to address Poland’s breaches of the principles of nondiscrimination and tolerance.

“By targeting its own people and denying their basic rights, the government is flouting the principles of tolerance and nondiscrimination Poland committed to when it joined the EU,” Knight said. “Perpetuating the falsehood that LGBT rights threaten Polish society doesn’t protect anyone – it only feeds dangerous intolerance for which all of Poland pays the price.”


 


          

Poland: ICJ intervenes before European Court in case of surveillance of lawyers and human rights defenders   

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The ICJ intervened today in the case of the potential surveillance by Polish secret services of Mikołaj Pietrzak, lawyer and chair of the Warsaw Bar Association, Dominika Bychawska-Siniarska et Barbara Grabowska-Moroz of the Helsinki Foundation of Human Rights, and Wojciech Klicki and Katarzyna Szymielewicz of the foundation Panoptykon. The five applicants applied to the European […]

          

Młodsza Pielęgniarka praca 5400 zł brutto Piaseczno pilnie! (mazowieckie)   

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Prowork.PL - Opublikowano: 12 sie 2020
Praca dla absolwentów pielęgniarstwa! Klient ProworkPl MED, prywatny ośrodek opieki i rehabilitacji długoterminowej w Piasecznie zatrudni pielęgniarza/ pielęgniarkę absolwenta na umowę o pracę. Wynagrodzenie dla Młodszej Pielęgniarki 5400 zl brutto. Pracuj w nowoczesnej placówce opiekuńczo - rehabilitacyjnej i zdobywaj doświadczenie! Kończysz studia pielęgniarskie? Rozpocznij karierę w pracy jako pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka Warszawa PIASECZNO pilnie od czerwiec/ lipiec 2020. ProworkPL MED aktualne oferty dla pielęgniarek - zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl i aplikuj na wybrane oferty. Podaj swoje preferencje i oczekiwane warunki zatrudnienia - pomożemy Ci znaleźć zaufanego pracodawcę. Klient ProworkPl MED, nowy prywatny ośrodek rehabilitacyjno opiekuńczy zatrudni absolwentów pielęgniarstwa na pełny etat/ umowę o pracę. Wynagrodzenie od 5400 zł brutto. Obowiązki obejmują świadczenie opieki pielęgniarskiej nad pacjentami placówki - pacjenci z chorobą Aizmheimera / inne schorzenia w opiece długoterminowej. Pracodawca zapewnia pracę zgodnie z nowoczesnymi procedurami i możliwość dalszego rozwoju i finansowanie kursów kwalifikacyjnych szkoleń zawodowych dla pielęgniarek/ pielęgniarzy. Mile widziani kandydaci rozpoczynający karierę pielęgniarską! Podejmij pracę jako młodsza pielęgniarka w nowoczesnej klinice opieki długoterminowej! Złóż aplikację z ProworkPL MED i zdobywaj doświadczenie pielęgniarskie jako Młodszy/a Pielęgniarz/ Pielęgniarka Piaseczno. Rozmowy kwalifikacyjne zdalnie - przez telefon. Sprawna procedura rekrutacyjna i podpisanie umowy o pracę bezpośrednio z pracodawcą. Mile widziani kandydaci gotowi do relokacji i przeprowadzenia się do Warszawy/ Piaseczna! Termin rozpoczęcia pracy dostosujemy elastycznie do preferencji kandydata.   Warunki - pracodawca oferuje dla pielęgniarek zatrudnienie na podstawie umowy o pracę na pełny etat zmiany 8 godzinne/ 12 godzinne (do wyboru) - indywidualny grafik pracy - Wynagrodzenie dla Młodszej pielęgniarki/pielęgniarza na pełny etat od 5400 tys zl brutto. - praca w nowo otwartej nowoczesnej placówce opieki długoterminowej, - system szkoleń zawodowych w tym płatne kursy specjalistyczne dla pielęgniarzy/ pielęgniarek - pakiet prywatnej opieki medycznej - bezpieczna rekrutacja zdalna i sprawne zatrudnienie!       Procedura rekrutacyjna W przypadku zainteresowania pracą jako pielęgniarz/pielęgniarka w prywatnej klinice Piaseczno Warszawa lub w innych rejonach w Polsce, zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl i dołącz swoje CV. Aplikuj na aktualne oferty dla pielęgniarek/ pielęgniarzy w Polsce . Wybierz i negocjuj najlepszą ofertę i podpisz umowę o pracę bezpośrednio z pracodawcą. Szukasz pracy jako pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka w Polsce czy w UK? Skontaktuj się z ProworkPL MED, pomożemy Ci umówić spotkanie bezpośrednio z zaufanym Pracodawcą i wynegocjować najlepsze stawki dla Ciebie!   O firmie ProworkPL MED recruitment Warsaw, Poland. Profesjonalny dobór personelu medycznego. We recruit Doctors, Nurses and Care staff ul. Warecka 8/46, 00-040 Warszawa, www.prowork.pl Wpis do rejestru podmiotów prowadzących agencje zatrudnienia - certyfikat nr 9116 (www.kraz.praca.gov.pl). Nie pobieramy żadnych opłat od osób starających się o pracę....

          

Night Care assistant praca 9.50 gbp/godz Anglia w Devon Lipiec 2020 (zagranica)   

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Prowork.PL - Opublikowano: 11 sie 2020
NIGHT care assistant praca dom opieki Anglia w Paington DEVON - stawka od 9.50 gbp/ godz! Klient Prowork.PL, pięknie położony nadmorski dom opieki w Anglii/ DEVON pilnie zatrudni opiekunów do pracy na zmiany nocne do pracy z osobami starszymi. Stała praca plus zamieszkanie w pięknym nadmorskim mieście Paignton w Anglii. Praca Opiekun Anglia PILNiE LIPIEC 2020. Zarejestruj sie na ProworkPL i aplikuj najnowsze oferty pracy w Anglii dla Opiekunów i Pielęgniarek. Wybierz pracodawcę i lokalizację w Anglii.   Klient ProworkPL, nadmorski dom opieki care home zatrudni opiekunów care assistant na zmiany nocne do pracy z osobami starszymi. Dom opieki/ residential care home ulokowany jest w pięknym nadmorskim Paignton w południowe Anglii. Oferowana praca na zmiany NOCNE na pełen etat z opcja pracy w nadgodzinach. Pracodawca zapewnia dobre zamieszkanie służbowe w pobliżu pracy - koszt ok 100 funtów/tydz/ single room z opłatami i wifi. Oferta skierowana do osób przebywających w Polsce jak i tych mieszkających już w UK. Rozmowa kwalifikacyjna z pracodawcą brytyjskim przez Skype.       Warunki Stały kontrakt (etat 36 godz + nadgodziny opcjonalnie) umowa o pracę jako opiekun osoby starszej Wynagrodzenie: od 9.50 funtów brutto /godz na zmiany nocne ( stawka 9 funtów + 50 pensów dodatek zmiany nocne) Kontrakt podpisywany bezpośrednio z pracodawcą brytyjskim Możliwość wielu szkoleń i podwyższania kwalifikacji zawodowych w systemie brytyjskim NVQ Zamieszkanie: w pobliżu pracy zapewnione przez pracodawcę   Procedura rekrutacyjna Jeśli chcesz pracować jako opiekun osoby starszej w Anglii/ care assistant, nursing assistant - pomoc pielęgniarki, czy pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl i podejmij pracę BEZPOŚREDNIO w wybranym domu opieki, zaufany pracodawca i klient ProworkPL. Do wyboru praca w opiece medycznej różne lokalizacje w UK. Doświadczenie w opiece nie jest wymagane jesli znasz angielski i jesteś gotowy/a podjąć pracę jako opiekun osoby starszej/ care asisstant i pomagać innym. Po otrzymaniu Twojej rejestracji na www.prowork.pl i Twojego CV, skontaktujemy się z Tobą i umówimy Cie na rozmowę Skype bezpośrednio z pracodawcą brytyjskim. ProworkPL pomaga w załatwieniu wszystkich formalności, nie pobieramy żadnych opłat od kandydatów poszukujących pracy. Pracuj w Anglii jako opiekun i wyjedź do UK jeszcze na starych zasadach po Brexicie! Zobacz aktualne oferty pracy w opiece UK na wyjazdy w 2020, różne terminy.   O firmie ProworkPL MED recruitment Warsaw, Poland. Profesjonalny dobór personelu medycznego. We recruit Doctors, Nurses and Care staff ul. Warecka 8/46, 00-040 Warszawa, www.prowork.pl Wpis do rejestru podmiotów prowadzących agencje zatrudnienia - certyfikat nr 9116 (www.kraz.praca.gov.pl). Nie pobieramy żadnych opłat od osób starających się o pracę....

          

Praca klinika Pielęgniarka/arz praca Garwolin od 5400 zl brutto (mazowieckie)   

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Prowork.PL - Opublikowano: 11 sie 2020
Klient ProworkPl MED, prywatny ośrodek opieki długoterminowej w rejonie GARWOLINA zatrudni pielęgniarza/ pielęgniarkę na umowę o pracę lub kontrakt. Wynagrodzenie dla Pielęgniarki od 5400 zl brutto + dodatki zmianowe. Rozpoczęcie pracy jako pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka Garwolin pilnie od Sierpień 2020. ProworkPL MED aktualne oferty dla pielęgniarek - zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl i aplikuj na wybrane oferty. Podaj swoje preferencje i oczekiwane warunki zatrudnienia - pomożemy Ci znaleźć zaufanego pracodawcę.   Klient ProworkPl MED, prywatny ośrodek rehabilitacyjny i opieki długoterminowej zatrudni pielęgniarki na pełny etat lub umowę kontraktową. Wynagrodzenie od 5400 zł brutto + dodatki zmianowe ( wyższe stawki weekendy/ świeta) w zależności od kwalifikacji kandydatów. Ośrodek specjalizuje się w rehabilitacji i opiece długoterminowej nad pacjentami w starszym wieku, w tym z Alzheimerem . Obowiązki obejmują świadczenie opieki pielęgniarskiej nad pacjentami. Pracodawca zapewnia pracę zgodnie z nowoczesnymi procedurami i możliwość dalszego rozwoju i szkoleń zawodowych. Mile widziani kandydaci z doświadczeniem pielęgniarskim na oddziałach szpitalnych, geriatrycznych, opiece długoterminowej! Mile widziani absolwenci pielęgniarstwa zainteresowani rozpoczęciem pracy w zawodzie. Złóż aplikację z ProworkPL MED i podejmij nową pracę jako pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka Warszawa oraz Garwolin. Rozmowy kwalifikacyjne bezpośrednio z pracodawcą pilnie sierpień br. Warunki - Pracodawca oferuje dla pielęgniarek zatrudnienie na podstawie umowy o pracę na pełny etat zmiany 8 godzinne/ 12 godzinne (do wyboru) lub umowa kontraktowa b2b - indywidualny grafik pracy - Wynagrodzenie pełny etat umowa o pracę od 5400 zł brutto ( + dodatki zmianowe) - praca w nowoczesnym ośrodku opieki długoterminowej, system szkoleń zawodowych. Opcjonalnie zatrudnienie na kontrakt / umowa zlecenie   Procedura rekrutacyjna W przypadku zainteresowania pracą jako pielęgniarz/pielęgniarka w prywatnym ośrodku opieki długoterminowej rejon Garwolin lub w innych rejonach w Polsce, zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl i dołącz swoje CV. Aplikuj na aktualne oferty dla pielęgniarek/ pielęgniarzy w Polsce i w Wielkiej Brytanii. Wybierz i negocjuj najlepszą ofertę i podpisz umowę o pracę bezpośrednio z pracodawcą. Szukasz pracy jako pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka w Polsce? Planujesz się przeprowadzić z rodziną z UK /EU i szukasz pracy w Polsce? Skontaktuj się z ProworkPL MED, pomożemy Ci umówić spotkanie bezpośrednio z zaufanym Pracodawcą i wynegocjować najlepsze stawki dla Ciebie! ProworkPL MED recruitment Warsaw, Poland. Profesjonalny dobór personelu medycznego. We recruit Doctors, Nurses and Care staff ul. Warecka 8/46, 00-040 Warszawa, www.prowork.pl Wpis do rejestru podmiotów prowadzących agencje zatrudnienia - certyfikat nr 9116 (www.kraz.praca.gov.pl). Nie pobieramy żadnych opłat od osób starających się o pracę....

          

Praca Lekarz Radiolog z angielskim prywatny szpital Dolnośląskie (dolnośląskie)   

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Prowork.PL - Opublikowano: 12 sie 2020
Klient ProworkPl, prywatny szpital zatrudni lekarza Radiologa z angielskim. Pracodawca, nowoczesna klinika i szpital wysokospecjalistyczny poszukuje lekarzy specjalistów radiologii do pracowni MR i TK - wspólpraca na pełny etat lub ustalonym wymiarze godzin/ dni miesięcznie. Mile widziane doświadczenie zawodowe za granicą. W przypadku przeprowadzki do Polski, pomoc pracodawcy w relokacji. Miejsce pracy rejon Wrocław - Jelenia Góra. Aktualne oferty pracy 2020 dla lekarzy - prywatne kliniki i szpitale w całej Polsce - aplikuj www.prowork.pl Klient ProworkPl, prywatny szpital w woj dolnośląskim zatrudni lekarza Radiologa z angielskim do pracowni MR i TK. Praca na pełny etat lub w dowolnym wymiarze godzin/ dni w miesiącu. Szpital wykonuje wysokospecjalistyczne zabiegi/ chirurgia małoinwazyjna. Z oferty szpitala korzystają pacjenci z Polski i z wielu krajów UE. Pracodawca oferuje atrakcyjne wynagrodzenie negocjowane indywidualnie i możliwość międzynarodowych szkoleń i pracy pod kierunkiem uznanych lekarzy specjalistów. Mile widziani kandydaci - lekarze z praktyką zawodową w Wielkiej Brytanii/ innych krajach. Wymagana dobra znajomość angieskiego do pracy z pacjentami z zagranicy. Ze względu na lokalizację kliniki na dolnym Śląsku w rejonie atrakcyjnych terenow górskich (Karpacz, Szklarska Poręba) - mile widziani kandydaci gotowi do relokacji z rodziną i zamieszkania w rejonie pracy. Zapewniona pomoc pracodawcy w relokacji.   Warunki Współpraca na podstawie umowy kontraktowej lub umowy o pracę Praca w zespole doświadczonych lekarzy specjalistów - możliwość współpracy zdalnej Systematyczne szkolenia zawodowe dla lekarzy Praca z wykorzystaniem nowoczesnych technologii medycznych i sprzętu Atrakcyjne warunki zatrudnienia negocjowane indywidualnie Pakiet benefitów pracowniczych, w tym prywatna opieka medyczna   Procedura rekrutacyjna W przypadku zainteresowania pracą jako lekarz/ różne specjalizacje zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl. Aplikuj na aktualne oferty dla lekarzy i pielęgniarek / pielęgniarzy w Polsce i krajach UE. Podaj swoje kryteria -wybierz najlepsze oferty dla lekarzy prywatne kliniki i szpitale cała Polska. Wybierz najlepszą ofertę i podpisz kontrakt bezpośrednio z pracodawcą prywatny sektor usług medycznych.   O firmie ProworkPL MED recruitment Warsaw, Poland. Profesjonalny dobór personelu medycznego. We recruit Doctors, Nurses and Care staff ul. Warecka 8/46, 00-040 Warszawa, www.prowork.pl Wpis do rejestru podmiotów prowadzących agencje zatrudnienia - certyfikat nr 9116 (www.kraz.praca.gov.pl). Nie pobieramy żadnych opłat od osób starających się o pracę....

          

Praca Pielęgniarka/arz kontrakt Garwolin 45 zl/godz brutto (mazowieckie)   

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Prowork.PL - Opublikowano: 10 sie 2020
Klient ProworkPl MED, prywatny ośrodek opieki długoterminowej w rejonie GARWOLINA zatrudni pielęgniarza/ pielęgniarkę na pełny etat lub kontrakt. Wynagrodzenie dla Pielęgniarki kontrakt ok. 45 zl brutto godz PILNE. Bezpieczna rekrutacja zdalna dla pielęgniarek! Rozpoczęcie pracy jako pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka Garwolin pilnie od września 2020. ProworkPL MED aktualne oferty dla pielęgniarek - zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl i aplikuj na wybrane oferty. Podaj swoje preferencje i oczekiwane warunki zatrudnienia - pomożemy Ci znaleźć zaufanego pracodawcę.       Klient ProworkPl MED, prywatny ośrodek opieki długoterminowej zatrudni pielęgniarki na pełny etat lub umowę kontraktową. Wynagrodzenie kontrakt 45 zl brutto, w zależności od kwalifikacji kandydatów. Ośrodek specjalizuje się w opiece długoterminowej nad pacjentami w starszym wieku, w tym z Alzheimerem . Obowiązki obejmują świadczenie opieki pielęgniarskiej nad pacjentami . Pracodawca zapewnia pracę zgodnie z nowoczesnymi procedurami i możliwość dalszego rozwoju i szkoleń zawodowych. Mile widziani kandydaci z doświadczeniem pielęgniarskim na oddziałach szpitalnych, geriatrycznych, opiece długoterminowej! Mile widziani absolwenci pielęgniarstwa zainteresowani rozpoczęciem pracy w zawodzie. Złóż aplikację z ProworkPL MED i podejmij nową pracę jako pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka Warszawa. Rozmowy kwalifikacyjne bezpośrednio z pracodawcą pilnie maj br. Warunki - Pracodawca oferuje dla pielęgniarek zatrudnienie na podstawie umowy o pracę na pełny etat zmiany 8 godzinne/ 12 godzinne (do wyboru) lub umowa kontraktowa b2b - indywidualny grafik pracy - Wynagrodzenie kontrakt 45 brutto - praca w nowoczesnym ośrodku opieki długoterminowej, system szkoleń zawodowych. - Szybki proces rekrutacyjny - rekrutacja zdalna dla pielęgniarek i pielęgniarzy! Proste formalności związane z podjęciem pracy!   Procedura rekrutacyjna W przypadku zainteresowania pracą jako pielęgniarz/pielęgniarka w prywatnym ośrodku opieki długoterminowej rejon Garwolin lub w innych rejonach w Polsce, zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl i dołącz swoje CV. Aplikuj na aktualne oferty dla pielęgniarek/ pielęgniarzy w Polsce. Wybierz i negocjuj najlepszą ofertę i podpisz umowę o pracę bezpośrednio z pracodawcą. Szukasz pracy jako pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka w Polsce ? Skontaktuj się z ProworkPL MED, pomożemy Ci umówić spotkanie bezpośrednio z zaufanym Pracodawcą i wynegocjować najlepsze stawki dla Ciebie! Szybki proces rekrutacyjny - rekrutacja zdalna dla pielęgniarek i pielęgniarzy! Proste formalności związane z podjęciem pracy!   O firmie ProworkPL MED recruitment Warsaw, Poland. Profesjonalny dobór personelu medycznego. We recruit Doctors, Nurses and Care staff ul. Warecka 8/46, 00-040 Warszawa, www.prowork.pl Wpis do rejestru podmiotów prowadzących agencje zatrudnienia - certyfikat nr 9116 (www.kraz.praca.gov.pl). Nie pobieramy żadnych opłat od osób starających się o pracę....

          

Praca Pielęgniarka RGN nurse w Walii Wielka Brytania (mazowieckie)   

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Prowork.PL - Opublikowano: 11 sie 2020
PIELĘGNIARKA RGN nurse praca Walia Pilnie wrzesień 2020! Praca dom seniora w Walii ! Klient ProworkPL, prywatny dom opieki w Aberystwyth zatrudni pilnie pielęgniarkę RGN nurse. Stawka od 16.30 funtow/ godz. Pracuj w Walii jako pielęgniarka! Pracodawca zapewnia zamieszkanie koszt 300 funtow/ miesiac + bezpłatne zamieszkanie 1 miesiąc. Rozmowa z pracodawcą SKYPE i praca od zaraz lub/ w następnych tygodniach. Szukasz pracy jako pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka w Walii? Zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl i rozpocznij pracę w Wielkiej Brytanii juz teraz, skorzystaj z pełnego wsparcia zaufanego pracodawcy i zamieszkaniu w pobliżu miejsca pracy!   Brytyjski pracodawca, klient Prowork.PL, prywatny dom opieki zatrudni RGN registred nurse -pielęgniarkę na pełny etat 40 godzin/tydz. Lokalizacja piękny nadmorski rejon Aberystwyth w Walii. Wymagane doświadczenie pielęgniarskie i aktualny PIN number. OPCJONALNIE zatrudnienie jako PRE- REGISTRED NURSE pielęgniarka/ pielęgniarz planujący/a rejestrację lub w trakcie rejestarcji i przygotowania do egzaminu językowego IELTS do pracy w okresie przejściowym w trakcie oczekiwania na PIN number. Po uzyskaniu rejestracji NMC, zapewniona praca jako pielęgniarka/ RGN nurse. Zatrudnienie i praca bezpośrednio pracodawca brytyjski. Warunki Stanowisko: RGN NURSE pielęgniarka w domu opieki Walia Godziny pracy: etat 40 godzin pracy tygodniowo + możliwość dodatkowej pracy Wynagrodzenie: od 16.30 funtów/ godz. brutto Zamieszkanie: pracodaca zapewnia zamieszkanie koszt 350 funtów/miesiac / lub do wyboru własne zamieszkanie + przelot do UK opłacony przez pracodawcę + zamieszkanie 1 miesiac bezpłatnie. Kontrakt z pracodawcą: roczny kontrakt podpisywany bezpośrednio z pracodawcą brytyjskim. Szkolenia: zapewnione szkolenia NVQ w branży opieka podczas pracy Ponadto dostępne na www.prowork.pl inne oferty pracy w branży opieka medyczna na terenie całej Wielkiej Brytanii jako opiekun osoby starszej, support worker/opiekun osoby niepełnosprawnej (z prawem jazdy). Oferty skierowane są do kandydatów mieszkających w Polsce jak i przebywających na terenie UK.   Procedura rekrutacyjna Jeśli chcesz pracować jako pomoc pielęgniarki, pre-registred nurse, pielęgniarz/ pielęgniarka czy opiekun osoby starszej w Anglii /care assistant zarejestruj się na www.prowork.pl i rozpocznij pracę w UK w branży medycznej. Praca opiekuna - doświadczenie w opiece nie jest wymagane jeśli znasz angielski i jesteś gotowy/a podjąć pracę jako opiekun osoby starszej i pomagać innym. Po otrzymaniu Twojej rejestracji na www.prowork.pl i Twojego CV, skontaktujemy się z Tobą i umówimy Cie na rozmowę Skype bezpośrednio z pracodawcą brytyjskim. ProworkPL MED recruitment Warsaw, Poland. Profesjonalny dobór personelu medycznego. We recruit Doctors, Nurses and Care staff ul. Warecka 8/46, 00-040 Warszawa, www.prowork.pl Wpis do rejestru podmiotów prowadzących agencje zatrudnienia - certyfikat nr 9116 (www.kraz.praca.gov.pl). Nie pobieramy żadnych opłat od osób starających się o pracę....

          

Under Construction Arts: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Creative Process Through Dance   

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Daily Recap: Thursday

Thursday, the final day of the Under Construction Arts residency, was focused on new creation, reorganization as well as the Facebook livestream that evening.


The morning began with Megan Bridge and dancer Tyra Jones-Blain arriving before everyone else to choreograph a new solo for Tyra to be used that evening. Megan wanted to add the solo because it allowed her to introduce some of the material that appears later in the work and allows the audiences to more properly enter the evening.


 A note received from a viewer of the Wednesday night Livestream spurred Megan to rethink the order of the pieces that had been created for The Alt.terre. She realized starting with the pieces that focused more on presence allowed the night to flow in a more logical way. It became a more deliberate and gradual flow for the night. This required time to practice the new order and build transitions.

Megan worked with the technical team on lighting, camera angles and music transitions in preparation for the final Livestream which went off successfully. The final presentation showed all the work created over the last week and ended with a moderated dialogue about the whole experience with Megan and the dancers.


A major storm had run through Annapolis during the performance and we were all greeted with a stunning rainbow when we departed Maryland Hall for the final time.

A very special thank you to the performers from Fidget and the Annapolis community for participating in this inaugural Under Construction Arts residency.

Daily Recap: Wednesday

We opened Wednesday morning with another interview recording. This time we focused on one of the major underlying themes of The Alt.terre: presence and altered states of consciousness. The conversation flowed through the research done for the piece and Megan’s own history of exploring presence in her choreographic practice.

A majority of the day’s work was spent preparing for that evening’s work in progress live stream. Megan worked with the dancers to hone in specific movements and made sure they felt comfortable with the material that was created throughout the week. Two distinct worlds of The Alt.terre have taken shape over the residency and in preparation for the showing, Megan and the dancers created a choreographed segue between the two sections to create one cohesive structure.

As the rehearsal day came to a close, Fidget and the Maryland Hall tech team experimented with lighting, camera angles and music transitions for the livestream.

The evening’s Facebook Livestream went off without a hitch. Audiences were encouraged to watch the work created and look specifically to see how they felt about the transition between the two distinct worlds and whether they noticed any of the performers really embodying a state of presence during the performance. The evening closed with a brief discussion about the evening’s showing and Fidget’s reaction to the presentation.

 

Daily Recap: Monday/Tuesday

Under Construction Arts kicked off Monday morning with another interview with Megan Bridge. This time we discussed more in depth what she is trying to accomplish this week in the residency.​

After the interview and dancer warm ups, the Fidget team spent the morning in some structured improv activities in order to build the movement worlds that will inhabit the piece. The worlds have taken the names of ‘particle lines’ and ‘quivering/bouncing’. Each world has a different energy that the dancers inhabit and each world has its own structure and rules the dancers use to create.

They closed the morning exercises by expanding on pieces that were created for The Alt.terre in January/February of this year.

Monday afternoon was spent expanding on the work done earlier in the day. Fidget has found a balance between moments of intellectual/structured development and improvisational work, finding that switching between these different creative energies allows the dancers to balance their energy while both building movement and exploring presence.

On Tuesday Megan encouraged the dancers to build a phrase on their own. She showed them three movement ideas and told them that she wanted them to travel in space, exhibit certain movement qualities (weight and momentum) and asked them to build it for 16 counts. This is what the dancers created:

After lunch the dancers and the Maryland Hall team did a Facebook Live test to prepare for our scheduled livestreams on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Not only did this allow us to practice our sound and camera angles, the dancers were able to watch a video of their work and learn from it.

We closed the day out by working specific movement sections to allow different dancers to inhabit different roles in the piece.


Daily Recap: Saturday/Sunday


The Fidget dancers arrived in Annapolis early Saturday evening. After checking into the Westin, the crew met at Maryland Hall for a walking tour of downtown.


After strolling down to city dock, the artists enjoyed Dinner Under the Stars at Tsunami on West Street before turning in for the night.

Megan Bridge, Co-Director of Fidget, arrived at Maryland Hall first on Sunday morning to record an interview about her company and the project, The Alt.terre she will be developing in Annapolis this week.

Here is a quick introduction to the team that is visiting. All performers engaged in the Temple University Dance program. The Alt.terre is a part of Megan’s MFA thesis.

 "Royalty Free Music from Bensound"


The rehearsal day was split into two blocks. One in the morning and one in the afternoon. The morning workshop was focused on improvisational play and trying to embody different movement worlds.

A special thank you to Preserve Restaurant for providing lunch and dinner for the artists during their stay in Annapolis.

Afternoon rehearsal was focused on building structure for the dance. Instead of Megan choreographing the movement for the dancers, the collective worked collaboratively through a structured ‘game’ to develop content.

 

The day wrapped with the development of about 4 minutes of material that the company can use and refine for The Alt.terre


Under Construction Arts: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Creative Process Through Dance

 

Photos from Fringe Arts by Kevin Monko

This week we are launching a new program at Maryland Hall called Under Construction Arts, a week-long residency that will become an annual and ongoing project to celebrate the artistic process.

In this inaugural developmental residency, we will work with Philadelphia based company Fidget, a platform for the experimental, collaborative work of Megan Bridge (choreographer) and Peter Price (composer/video art). Fidget is a think tank for research and discussion, offering historical, political, and philosophical access points for a deeper understanding of the art. Maryland Hall will share their development process on a new artistic piece, The Alt.terre, with our community and provide opportunities for you to connect with the creative process.

Under Construction Arts focuses on the artistic process, hosting and highlighting work in progress in order to build a deeper connection between artists and audiences. There will be opportunities for digital interaction with dancers through feedback on performances and daily group conversations.

You will be able to follow the entire process here, on this blog, with daily recaps, videos, and more. We will also be sharing throughout the week on our Facebook and Instagram accounts.

  

(left) Photo by Kevin Monko from Fridge Arts (middle) Photo by Ryan Collerd, courtesy of Philadelphia Museum of Art (right) photo by Kevin Monko from Fridge Arts


Save the dates for two Facebook Live events:

Wednesday, June 24 at 6:30pm we will share a work in progress showing and solicit your feedback on different aspects of the work.
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Thursday, June 25 at 6:30pm we will present a final look at what Fidget created in their time in Annapolis as well as discuss the importance of supporting the creative process now more than ever
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Under Construction Arts is a part of how Maryland Hall envisions gathering people together again in our new environment. We encourage you to read our Call for Artists and see how we plan to activate our space through the summer and into the fall.


 

Photos by Kevin Monko from Fridge Arts

The Alt.terre - The Alt.terre is a multi-sensory performance experience that uses dance, music, video projections, and architectural lighting design to construct an uncanny world. Performers dance along the line where deeply embodied movement practices tip into alternate states of consciousness. Tension grows between the warm, generous presence of the dancers and a crisp, post-human aesthetic.

The Alt.terre Concept & Background
Dance and performance can catalyze altered states of consciousness, for both performers and audience. Many dance practitioners talk about performance presence as if they are brought “to another place” in the moment of performance, and share stories of profound or life changing experiences through the act of performance. Where do dancers “go” when they enter an altered state of consciousness? What happens, and what is brought back? Where do audience members go when they experience being profoundly moved or have an epiphany in response to a performance or any artistic experience? The Alt.terre grows out of all of these questions.

The Alt.terre creates a holistic experience for audience members—sonically immersive, visually inviting, and relational. The concepts of hospitality, generosity, and presence are central concerns in this work.

The Alt.terre is also a play on the words “altar” as a place of reverence, focused attention, and worship, and “alt-“ (meaning other) and “terre,” the French word for ground or earth. Magic, artificial or other-worldly intelligence, and the uncanny are all conceptual underpinnings of this work.


About Fidget

Founded in 2008, Fidget is a platform for the experimental, collaborative work of Megan Bridge (choreographer) and Peter Price (composer/video art). Bridge and Price have created more than twenty original works that involve live performance, sound, and visual design. Fidget is a think tank for research and discussion, offering historical, political, and philosophical access points for a deeper understanding of the art. In 2009, Bridge and Price opened Fidget Space, a warehouse live/work space and experimental performance venue in Kensington, Philadelphia, which serves the arts community by providing education, space, production support, employment and internship opportunities for local artists. Central to Fidget’s mission is decreasing the distance between art and life, and between theory and practice.

 

(left) Photo by Ryan Collerd, courtesy of Philadelphia Museum of Art  (right) photo by Daniel Kontz

 

 


Megan Bridge (choreographer) is an internationally touring dance artist, producer, and scholar based in Philadelphia, USA. Her choreography presents formalist structures that are populated by somatically generated, often improvisational movement material. She is particularly interested in the historical lineages and discursive frameworks that situate her work. Bridge has worked with choreographers and companies such as Group Motion, Steve Paxton and Lisa Nelson, Jerome Bel, Willi Dorner, Lucinda Childs, David Gordon, and Susan Rethorst. Deborah Hay, Manfred Fischbeck, Brigitta Herrmann, Erin Manning, and Merian Soto have been major influences. Bridge is currently a graduate fellow in the Dance Department at Temple University in Philadelphia, where she is pursuing her MFA.  

Meghan Frederick (performer) is a dance artist based in Philadelphia, PA. Her choreography has been presented and supported by creative residencies throughout New York City and the Northeastern United States, most recently by VOX POPULI and Leah Stein Studio in collaboration with Kate Seethaler; Space Gallery (ME), Movement Research (NYC) Brooklyn Studios for Dance (NYC), Arts on Site (NYC), Center for Performance Research (NYC), STUFFED Dinner and Dance (NYC), and The Living Room (ME). Meghan teaches dance to children and adults, as a Guest Artist at Summer Festival of the Arts (ME), and at institutions throughout the Northeast. Meghan was a member of the Brian Brooks Moving Company from 2008-2014 and has recently performed with Liz Lerman, Carlye Eckert, Maya Orchin, Catherine Galasso, and Kendra Portier, and as a guest with SUBCIRCLE Dance Company.

Tyra Jones-Blain (performer) is a recent graduate of Temple University’s dance program. She is currently working as a teaching and performing artist throughout the Philadelphia area. By her sophomore year, she began teaching children and hosting her own adult workshops at local studios. Jones-Blain also participated in Philadelphia's first non-binary performance competition, Mx. Everything. In this 12-week competition, she went head to head with drag queens, magicians, contortionists and ended up taking home the grand prize. She has presented original works in Temple shows, and performed for choreographers including: Dara Meredith, Merian Soto, Laura Katz, Marion Ramirez, Megan Bridge, and Dinita Clark. Dance for Jones-Blain has always been second nature. It exists within her habits, how she talks, how she interprets; It is her soul's playmate. She discovers new things about herself and her environment everyday through the act of dancing, and she loves to share her discoveries with the world.

Rachel DeForrest Repinz (performer) is a New York based dancer, choreographer, teaching artist, and creative director. Rachel received her BA in Dance from SUNY Buffalo State College, and is an MFA candidate in Temple University’s Dance Performance and Choreography program. Rachel has presented her work nationally and internationally, at venues including the biennial Decolonizing Bodies: Engaging Performance conference at UWI Barbados, the 2018 NDEO conference held in San Diego, the 2019 NDEO conference held in Miami, DaCi’s 2017 national gathering, the Institute of Dance Artistry and more. In the past year, Rachel has been honored to perform premiere works by Dr. S. Ama Wray using Embodiology techniques, Merian Soto, Awilda Sterling-Duprey, and as a principal dancer for Enya Kalia Creations among others. Rachel has created works for the UN’s World Water Day, Utah All State Dance Ensemble, the Buffalo State Dance Theatre Company, and more. Most recently, Rachel has returned from Tokyo, Japan, where she conducted fieldwork research on pedestrianism as improvisation in preparation of her upcoming MFA thesis concert, All You Can Eat! 

Peter Price (music) is a composer, electronic musician, video artist and media theorist who creates sonic and visual environments for live performance. His musical compositions, dance films, multi-media productions, and lectures have been presented in Bogota, Warsaw, Kraków, Tokyo, New York, Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, Philadelphia, Istanbul, Johannesburg, Zurich, and the Universities of Basel and Lausanne. Peter’s deepening engagement with digital media technologies/practices and critical theory/continental philosophy led him to study at the European Graduate School (EGS) where he earned his MA and PhD. Peter has published two books of music philosophy with Atropos Press: Becoming Music: Between Boredom and Ecstasy with in 2010, and Resonance: Philosophy for Sonic Art in 2011.

Tiana Sanders (Performer) is a dancer and choreographer from Wilmington, Delaware. She is currently an undergraduate student at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a dance major, and Delaware Technical Community College as a business major. She trained at Christina Cultural Arts Center also in Wilmington, Delaware, under Dara Meredith. She attended the DCNS Summer Dance Intensive where she’s taken numerous Master Classes with Nationally and World-Renowned choreographers. In 2015, she joined Eleone Connection, under Charon Mapp, and was a part of this company for two seasons. She also taught an introduction to modern and two hip hop classes with Christina Cultural Arts Center’s HeArt Under the Hoodie Program.

Mijka Smith (performer) is a dancer and choreographer from Elverson, Pennsylvania. She has been dancing since age three, primarily trained in ballet, contemporary/modern, and hip hop techniques. She spent her junior and senior years of high school as a dance dual enrollment student and company member at West Chester University while continuing to study, teach, and choreograph at her home studio, Remix Dance Collective LLC in Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Mijka is now studying at Temple University where she pursues a BFA in dance. Since coming to Temple in 2018 she has had the opportunity to perform various works, some of her favorites including Megan Bridge’s Malo as part of the Grounds that Shout! project and Marion Ramírez’s kNots and Nests. Now working as an Administrative Assistant for Fidget, Mijka continues to study, perform, and choreograph as she enters her final year at Temple.

Under Construction Arts is Supported by:

Sallie Findlay and Gene Nelson

Food for artists provided by Preserve Restaurant

Housing for artists provided by The Westin Annapolis

Recording and streaming made possible by the Goldstein-Cunitz Center for Film & New Media

Logistical support for Call for Artists and reopening provided by Katcef Brothers Inc.

Special thanks to Wiley H. Bates Middle School for providing the dance floor

   

Safety

In preparation for the Under Construction Arts residency, the six Fidget artists decreased their non-essential activities for a period of two weeks before their arrival and showed no symptoms of COVID 19 during that period. Maryland Hall has established a separate section of our facility for the activities associated with this effort including a separate entrance for arrivals and departures from that of current building users and contractors working in the space. The Maryland Hall technical team will maintain safe social distancing procedures in addition to other measure to provide a safe environment for these artists to create. The dancers will be performing together in a way they feel comfortable and have mutually agreed to.


          

The Warsaw HUB, czyli najbardziej innowacyjny projekt Ghelamco spod kreski Chołdzyńskiego   

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The Warsaw HUB – to najnowszy i największy z dotychczasowych projektów Ghelamco Poland, znany wcześniej jako Sienna Towers. Projekt nowej warszawskiej inwestycji powstał w renomowanej pracowni architektonicznej Andrzeja M. Chołdzyńskiego – autora m.in. stacji centralnego odcinka II linii metra czy siedziby Giełdy Warszawskiej.

          

Warsaw Trade Tower goni nowoczesne biurowce na Woli   

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Warsaw Trade Tower chce dogonić nowoczesne biurowce powstające obecnie na warszawskiej Woli. Dlatego w biurowcu pojawią się: nowa przestrzeń kulturalno-biznesowa na 35 piętrze, cieplejsze lobby, więcej żywej zieleni wewnątrz budynku, wspólna jadalnia...

          

Warsaw Trade Tower wciąż zachwyca architekturą i rozwiązaniami technicznymi   

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Warsaw Trade Tower na wiele lat zdominował panoramę Warszawy. Projekt pracowni Wyszyński, Majewski, Hermanowicz i RTKL jest przykładem dobrze zaprojektowanej i wykonanej architektury, którą doceniają nowi najemcy.

          

Warsaw Trade Tower wciąż zaskakuje   

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Warsaw Trade Tower na wiele lat zdominował panoramę Warszawy. Projekt pracowni Wyszyński, Majewski, Hermanowicz i RTKL jest przykładem dobrze zaprojektowanej i wykonanej architektury.

          

Google Campus Warsaw rośnie w siłę   

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Campus Warsaw zmienił siedzibę w obrębie kompleksu Centrum Praskie Koneser w Warszawie. Nowe biuro to niemal 2,5 tys. mkw. nowoczesnej przestrzeni coworkingowej. Przy projekcie współpracowała firma doradcza CBRE (zarządzanie projektem), Massive Design (projekt architektoniczny), Dyskret (wykonanie prac aranżacyjnych) oraz Arup (projekt instalacji sanitarnych i elektrycznych).

          

Wygra ten, kto wyprzedzi trend?   

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Firma Ghelamco rozpoczęła niedawno budowę kolejnej inwestycji - The Warsaw HUB.  Projekt nowej warszawskiej inwestycji powstał w pracowni Andrzeja M. Chołdzyńskiego.  - Będzie to największe dotychczasowe przedsięwzięcie Ghelamco w Polsce - uważa Jarosław Zagórski, dyrektor handlowy i rozwoju Ghelamco Poland.

          

The Ocean geben Tourdaten bekannt   

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Anlässlich ihres neuen Albums "Phanerozoic I: Palaezoic" liefern The Ocean uns die Daten für ihre kommende Tour. Von Ende Oktober bis Ende November sind die Atmo-Sludger in Europa unterwegs und werden dabei von Rosetta (Atmospheric Sludge) aus den USA und Årabrot (Noise Rock) aus Norwegen unterstützt.

Letztere haben erst Anfang September ihr neues Album herausgebracht und konnten damit schon einige Kritiker überzeugen. Rosettas letzte Scheibe erschien in 2017. Der Support könnte also fast nicht besser sein. Aber eben nur fast. Denn im Dezember, genauer gesagt zwischen den Feiertagen, geben The Ocean vier weitere Konzerte in Deutschland. Auch hier wurden starke Support-Acts aus dem Konsortium gezogen, nämlich keine Geringeren als LLNN (Atmospheric Sludge) aus Dänemark und Briqueville (ebenso) aus Belgien. Beide haben in jüngerer Vergangenheit ebenfalls je eine dufte Scheibe herausgebracht und werden dem Publikum vor Ort ordentlich vor den Latz liefern. Wer sich diese Konzerte nicht gibt, verpasst also die erste Garde der neueren Sludge-Szene und das wär doch wirklich schade. Nachfolgend noch einmal alle Konzertdaten gerafft:

Mit Rosetta und Årabrot:

 31/10/18 DE – Karlsruhe – Dudefest
 01/11/18 FR – Paris – Backstage
 02/11/18 UK – London – The Dome
 03/11/18 UK – Leeds – Damnation Festival
 04/11/18 NL – Eindhoven – Effenaar
 05/11/18 DE – Münster – Sputnikhalle
 06/11/18 DE – Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
 07/11/18 CH – Sion – Le Port France
 08/11/18 IT – Milan – Santeria Social Club
 09/11/18 DE – München – Strom
 11/11/18 SK - Bratislava - Randal
 12/11/18 RO - Cluj-Napoca - Form Space
 14/11/18 RO - Bucharest – Control Club
 15/11/18 RO - Timisoara – Reflektor
 16/11/18 HU – Budapest – Blue Hell
 17/11/18 CR - Zagreb - Mochvara
 18/11/18 PL - Krakow - Zet Pe Te
 19/11/18 PL - Warsaw - Proxima

Mit LLNN und Briqueville:

 27/12/18 DE - Rostock - Mau Club
 28/12/18 DE - Jena - Kassablanca
 29/12/18 DE - Nürnberg - Club Stereo
 30/12/18 DE - Berlin - Lido


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