Join conversations in Aarhus, Prague, Budapest or elsewhere!

On 1-2 October 2020, IETM invites the global performing arts sector to its very first Multi-location Plenary Meeting, which will combine participation in both online and physical activities in more than twenty different locations in the world - including EDN members Tanec Praha (Czech Republic), Trafó together with SIN Arts and Culture Center (Hungary) and Bora Bora with Lene Bang (Denmark).

You can to travel to a physical meeting hosted by an IETM member on the one hand, and benefit from both digital content and an exciting on-site programme surrounded by your peers on the other hand! Additionally most of the programmes will be livestreamed, which will enable you to attend conversations in other locations.

Note: it is necessary to register online by 17 September to take part in the Multi-location event. Online attendance is free!

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TDP Hotspots Laboratory

7-10 October 2020

Transnational laboratory without travelling

This Tipperary Dance Platform initiative is an international place for investigation and research, without travelling. A brand new way to work together: ten venues, organisations and festivals across Europe, eight dance studios, nine mentors host eight groups of dancers.


IETM Multi-location

1-2 October 2020

Online & Onsite meetings

In place of a large plenary, IETM gathers members and non-members online and on-site in more than twenty locations around the world - including some EDN members


Job opportunity at Dance City

Deadline: 30 September 2020

Maternity cover in Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)

Dance City is looking for a manager for its National Dance Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) programme.


Curating in Context

Resources from the International Summer School

Over the course of the summer, EDN member Lokomotiva (North Macedonia) conducted the first edition of its International Summer School. We highly recommend diving in the resources made available online by Lokomotiva to reflect on contemporary practices of performing arts in relation to activism, social movements and self-organization.


Rescue the arts

Plea to national governments

In the face of the crisis, together with IETM, Circostrada, ETC and In Situ, we call on the national governments to take measures to safeguard the long-term viability of the cultural sector.