Inna Aslamova is a dancer, choreographer, teacher and organizer of some art-events in field of contemporary dance in Belarus. Born in Kazakhstan, she studied at a music school and artistic gymnastics school. Graduated as a physicist from Gomel State University (Belarus) she started learning contemporary dance technique, composition, contact improvisation, Action Theater and solo performance improvisation visiting ADF training in Moscow as well as many other workshops in different countries. Special thanks to teachers: Douglas Nielsen (USA), Miroslava Kovarova (Slovakia), Joe Alter (USA), Rosalind Crisp and Andrew Morrish (Australia). In 1994 Inna Aslamova formed a Contemporary Dance Group “Quadro”. She has created performances and projects which were presented in different countries of Europe, South Korea and UK. From 2001 to 2008 Inna was the Head of the Contemporary Dance Department of the Children Dance School in Gomel. It was the first experiment in Belarus and she elaborated a program of teaching for 6-year educational course. Inna was awarded with special prizes “Best Choreography” (IFMC, national contest, 2002) as well as for the dance piece “In the Face of the Sky” (IFMC, international contest, 2004). She also won in nominations for “Best dance teacher” and “Best choreographer” (national contest, 2004). In 2004 she won in the choreographers contest at the Children’s Ballet Festival “BBF-4” (Daugavpils, Latvia). Inna has taught contemporary dance technique, improvisation and composition to children and adults as part of festivals and educational programs in Belarus, Poland, Moldova, France, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden and Germany. She was an initiator and co-creator of the projects such as “Unusual Theater Night” (Gomel, since 2011), “Summer Art School of Mark Chagall Museum / Young dancers and artists’ workshop” (Vitebsk, Belarus – 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011; Nienburg, Germany – 2012). Together with Daniil Belkin (Ukraine), Inna created the educational project The LAB Center (since 2017) and ID Dance Project (artistic context). Inna Aslamova is the artistic director of Festival of Physical Theaters Plastforma (Minsk). The international festival Plastforma is one of the most important art-event for development of contemporary dance and physical theaters in Belarus. Since 2017 she also works as a teacher for College of Art named after Sokolovsky (Gomel).