Korzystając ze strony internetowej teatrrozbark.pl są Państwo jej użytkownikami. Spełniając prawny obowiązek zgodnie z art. 13 ust. 1 i ust. 2 ogólnego rozporządzenia o ochronie danych osobowych UE 2016/679 z dnia 27 kwietnia 2016 r. informuję, że:

  • 1) Administratorem Danych Osobowych jest Bytomski Teatr Tańca i Ruchu ROZBARK, ul. Kilara 29, 41-902 Bytom, reprezentowany przez Adriana Lipińskiego - Dyrektora.
  • 2) Wyznaczyliśmy inspektora ochrony danych, z którym można skontaktować się poprzez e-mail: iod@teatrrozbark.pl w każdej sprawie dotyczącej przetwarzania Pani/Pana danych osobowych.
  • 3) Pani/Pana dane osobowe przetwarzane będą w celu prowadzenia działalności statutowej Bytomskiego Teatru Tańca i Ruchu ROZBARK, poprzez stronę internetową na podstawie art. 6 ust 1 pkt. a. RODO.
  • 4) Dane osobowe Pani/Pana będą przetwarzane na czas trwania działalności statutowej Bytomskiego Teatru Tańca i Ruchu ROZBARK, w Bytomiu.
  • 5) Posiada Pani/Pan prawo dostępu do wszystkich przekazanych i przetwarzanych danych osobowych dziecka oraz prawo ich sprostowania, usunięcia, ograniczenia przetwarzania, prawo do przenoszenia danych, prawo wniesienia sprzeciwu, prawo do cofnięcia zgody w dowolnym momencie bez wpływu na zgodność z prawem przetwarzania, które wyrażono na podstawie zgody przed jej cofnięciem.
  • 6) Przysługuje Pani/ Panu także prawo wniesienia skargi do organu nadzorczego zajmującego się ochroną danych osobowych, gdy uzna Pani/Pan, że przetwarzanie danych osobowych przez Bytomski Teatr Tańca i Ruchu ROZBARK, narusza przepisy Rozporządzenia.
  • 7) Korzystanie ze strony internetowej jest czynnością dobrowolną.

Outreach Projects

For many years art has not only been a form of expression for artists, but it can also have a therapeutic impact for people who are very often marginalized and excluded from society. Bytom Dance and Movement Theater ROZBARK, recognizing the inestimable value of social actions as well as willing to be strictly connected with the community, in which it will be functioning, wishes to create a full range of social actions, which will not only help in the therapy of excluded or disabled persons, but will also stimulate the citizens of Bytom to take common actions. And thus the social activity gratuitous to participants should include such social groups as: patients of hospitals and rehabilitation centers, disabled persons, the elderly, residents of social care centers, youth detention centers, or orphanages. We are also planning projects for deaf and blind persons, realized in cooperation with foreign dance groups, which have great experience in working with people who are disabled in this way. A challenge for us will also be an attempt to introduce art therapy to penitentiary centers and an attempt to integrate with the very strongly developed Romani community in Bytom. Certainly, children from poor or pathological families, or disadvantaged communities will remain the addressees of our actions.

Owing to the egalitarian nature of dancing, it is indeed through therapeutic classes for people who are usually excluded, not only they are helped in normal life, ensured a springboard from everyday reality, or their disability is minimized, but – what is equally important – a sort of social community is built that is focused around dancing. Often, participation in such projects or workshops is a turning point in the life of their members, which makes them decide to totally change it and which discovers the potential residing in them, which nobody (including themselves) would suspect. Changing of life for the better, even of one person, is the greatest and priority value of conducting social activity based on dancing.

The uniqueness of the ROZBARK Theater is also based on large-scale social and educational activities. Since the beginning of the Theater's existence (2014), the only Integrative Dance Theater INTEGRA has been operating in Eastern Europe, bringing together full and disabled dancers. The group has five performances ("Others", "Dream", "Don't limit me...", "Fantasy", "Find yourself"), which are appreciated by critics and viewers. It is worth mentioning that INTEGRA is not only local activities, but above all international cooperation. At the special invitation of the ROZBARK Theater in July 2015 and 2019, the group of Hungarians visited Bytom. The meeting was the beginning of a Polish-Hungarian project involving the exchange of experiences and the creation of a joint spectacle. In addition, participants of both groups took part in workshops led by dancers-educators of the ROZBARK Theater. In 2017, for the first time, she took part in the Festival of Small Art Forms presenting the performance "Others", where she won the first place in the category without barrier-adults. Another year is also participation in the same Festival, where the performance "Don't limit me ..." was presented and the group also won the first place in the category without barrier-adults.