top of page

Osnat Kelner

About the Workshop |

In the workshop we will deal with the topics that led to the production of "expecting", through learning repertoire, dismantling and slaughtering. We will be asked how we are burdened with stress and emotional overload, how much freedom of expression we allow ourselves and whether it is important for us to be clear and direct. We'll dance full and have fun.


Date and Location |



DCC Studio, 1 Toseret Ha'aretz st., Tel-Aviv

About the Artist |

Osnat Kelner is a choreographer, a visual artist and a costume designer, born in Israel 1980. 
She has a BFA from Betzalel Art Academy in Jerusalem, and studied at The Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki as well as costume design in Shenkar College for Engineering & Design, Israel. 
Osnat has created stage works for main dance festivals in Israel, as well as for dance companies in Israel, Switzerland, and The Netherlands. 
In her work Osnat deals with the plasticity of the body and material, humour, and popular cultural references.
Osnat has danced with Ensemble BatSheva Dance Company and later worked as their rehearsal director. She worked extensively as a performer with theater director Ariel Efraim Ashbel, and as a freelance dancer with various Israeli choreographers.
Osnat works as assistant choreographer for both Sharon Eyal and Barak Marshall and stages their repertory with dance companies around the world. She will start her position as rehearsal director of Göteborgs Operans Danskompani this summer. She gives workshops revolving around her creative work for various dance institutions and companies.

A movie/book that inspires you |

Book - If you go out to wonderful places - Doctor Suss

A quote that inspires you |

Never eat more than you can lift (Miss Piggy)

bottom of page