Stary Browar Nowy Taniec is a multilevel dance programme run by Art Stations Foundation at Stary Browar Art Center in Poznań, Poland. The main mission and goal of the programme is to strongly support the development of Polish choreography.

Guiding principles

With its general interest in art of choreography, its creative process as well as in wider discussion on its history, theory and future, programme Stary Browar Nowy Taniec makes Stary Browar a creation space where conscious, open-minded and adventurous dance audiences become challenging partners for contemporary (not only young) choreographers – a unique spot on the map of Polish dance.


Stary Browar was created to popularise, promote and present to local audiences the art of contemporary choreography (especially its avant-garde trends). It is the first regular dance space in Poland; a meeting point of international dance community and Polish artists and a platform of artistic dialogue, research, creation and choreographic reflection. Following the mission of the project and next to presentations of both renowned and young international works, from the very beginning Stary Browar Nowy Taniec constantly supports young Polish dance artists succeeding in introducing to the Polish scene a whole new generation of ambitious and talented dance creators.

ul. Kopernika 6/6

Culturescapes - Poland festival

30 November to 1 December 2019

Art Stations Foundation goes to Switzerland

Focus on Polish choreographers at Muzeum Susch in Zernez, Switzerland, joining the 15th anniversary celebrations of Grażyna Kulczyk's Art Stations Foundation in Poznán (known as Old Brewery New Dance).


Choreografia: Polityczność

December 2018

Contemporary artistic practices as political practices

Choreografia: Polityczność (Choreography: Politicality) is a Polish publication discussing contemporary artistic practices as political practices.


Grand (Re)Union

20 June 2020 - 10:30pm CET

Documenting, cultivating and transmitting, relevant knowledge and practices honed in dance, movement, and choreographic reflection and creation.

From being a ten-day in-person gathering it changed into a two-year platform for commissioning, collecting and archiving the wisdom of our fields - starting with an online event on 20 June.


Dancehouses in May and June

May - June 2020

Join EDN members remotely

While many EDN members are still closed for public, activities continue to take place remotely - both for artists and audiences! We bring to you plenty of shows, trainings, celebrations, reflections. Take your peak!

Activities EDN

From Art Stations Foundation to Mercat de les Flors

Project Coordinator / Performative Program at Art Stations Foundation Poznań Marta Harasimowicz reports on her visit to Mercat de les Flors.

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Modul-dance was a multi-annual cooperation project with the participation of 20 European dance houses from 16 countries. Its main aim was to support development, mobility and exchange for dance artists.

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Building a dancehouse

Many dancehouses in Europe have been created over preexisting buildings: convents, factories, industrial sites, brick houses, distilleries, to name some examples. This Atelier at CSC Bassano del Grappa took place in a series of meetings aimed at considering and tracing the European, as well as the international, dancehouses history.

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EDN joins efforts with Grand Re Union: how can we re-design our thinking and our projects, how can we - still stay creative and how can we co-imagine a new, better, future for our local and global communities and societies.

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