The current lockdown gives you the opportunity to take part in dance classes, attend performances, dive into written and multimedia content set up by our members and others in the dance community. Check out this growing resource page about activities in March and April 2020.
While the global lockdown is putting many activities of the dance sector on hold, artists and venues are connecting online. You can be a professional dancer or trying to find creative ways to be active at home - more and more resources are available every day.
In the sections below you can find an overview of video platforms, projects, dance publications and more. Resources from our members are marked with an *.
Please feel free to email us to share links you know about - let's make this list grow together!
Updates are listed in bold. Last update on 2 April.
Worth noting this special open call for South-East England.
Coronavirus in the dance sector
From 1-day exclusives to online video platforms and festivals, dance performances are coming to you! Check here below a "first" selection:
Interesting also to look back at the 2017 edition of Repères, the dance magazine of La Briqueterie* on Video-dance - in french only.
These blogs are in written and/or video formats.
Digitally or in person, mark these dance & performing arts events in your calendars for the months to come!
Picture: Nepřestávej by Tereza Hradilková (2018). Dramaturgy: Lukáš Jiřička. Costume: Marjetka Kürner Kalous. (c) Divaldo Ponec
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