“2013 Creative Program” calls for three categories: cross discipline arts; ecology and environment;community engagement. This program will provide three artists with either a free studio or accommodation space (a choice of only one) for up to two months.
Born in Marseilles in Southern France, Claude Aymon’s family emigrated from South America’s ancient French colony Guiana (Guyana). Claude Aymon learned the foundations of ballet from Eve Gonnet and Tessa Beaumont of the Paris Opera. He learned jazz dance from renowned European and American choreographers such as Milton Myers (New York), Ramon Oller (Spain), Patrice Valero, Anne-Marie Porras, and Gigi Cacciuleanu (France), among others. Though his main interests are in dancing, Claude Aymon is also an actor and musical performer.
Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS) select six national and international artists/groups in the program. It is expected that their projects will bring in new ideas and perspectives and their work will show the diversity of art in the world.