Excentriques returns with a full festival program, including L’atelier des revues, a professional workshop open and dedicated to dance writers and editors of dance magazines.

The workshop will be held on the 26th September, 2:30-6pm, at la briqueterie. First of the series L’atelier des revues, it is entitled "What dance magazines in Europe? Overview and perspectives of cooperation". 

L'Atelier des revues is meant as a meeting space open to all professionals involved in dance writing: editors, critics, journalists are invited to take part and contribute to a shared reflection on the challenges of editorial practices in the dance field.

This workshop is thought as a think-tank: an opportunity to share knowledge and discuss our editorial practices in an informal and contained format. What’s the current state of the dance press? What are the challenges, in light of its different formats and distribution options available and of its readership? 

The workshop will be in English and French. In the evening, the new edition of Cahiers de danse, the dance magazine edited by la briqueterie, will be publicly launched.

This event is part of Excentriques, la briqueterie's annual dance festival which this year starts on the 26th September and last until the 7th October.

More info and the full program available here.


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