Ice Hot will be held in Oslo between 14–18 February 2024.
Seventh edition will continue presenting both emerging and established names of Nordic contemporary dance and choreography.More
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
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!
More information: ietm.org/en/multi-location.
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The festival also offers a discursive programme with talks, book presentations, a film program, and the release of a new publication to mark the tenth anniversary of the festival.More
The DeVIR Meetings festival has been running since 2012 and is organized by DeVIR/CAPa.More
Kondenz is a festival of contemporary dance and performance that has practiced collaborative curation and alternative production models for 15 years. It is also the site for Balkan collaborations through the Nomad Dance Academy network and its (Non)Aligned Movements project. Kondenz supports European dance encounters shaped by networks such as apap - Feminist Futures and Dance On, Pass On, Dream On.More
Tanssin talo announces the first premieres in the framework of their SPARKS project. The rest SPARKS works will be seen later in Dance House Helsinki in spring and autumn 2023.More
Festival focuses on bringing together feminist movements, creating a platform for artistic practices and research concerning intersectional feminism in Europe, South West Asia and North Africa.More
Amongst participating institutions which will report on touring models, EDN members Mercat de les Flors, Danshallerne, The Place and Le Gymnase CDCN will present country-specific themes and ideas.More
Since 2006, the Question de danse festival has allowed the discovery of choreographic projects in progress. With En compagnie de Bagouet, Michel Kelemenis pays tribute to the French choreographer and dancer Dominique Bagouet. Both events will take place between 7 October - 9 December 2022.More
Digital guidebook "Soft Skills in Dance" supports dance practitioners in reflecting on their own practice, with regard to soft skills. The guidebook was developed by seven European partners and their teams, including EDN members CSC - Centro per la Scena Contemporanea (Bassano del Grappa, Italy), Dansateliers (Rotterdam, Netherlands), HIPP - Croatian Institute for Movement and Dance (Zagreb, Croatia), K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg / Kampnagel (Germany) and La Briqueterie CDCN of Val-de-Marne (Vitry-sur-Seine, France).More
EDN Think-In and General Assembly will take place in Barcelona on June 28-29, 2022, hosted by Mercat de les Flors during the Grec Festival. The Think-In will also be the opportunity for the members to actively contribute to EDNext’s campaign during a Research and Advocacy Meeting.
EDN Think-In and General Assembly in Barcelona is for EDN members only.More
The board of Aerowaves is seeking to appoint an outstanding CEO/Director to lead the network into the next phase of development as Aerowaves Founder John Ashford steps down after twenty-five years.More
The policy statement was drafted by IETM and endorsed by Circostrada, EDN - European Dancehouse Network, EFA - the European Festivals Association, EAIPA – the European Association of Independent Performing Arts and The European Theatre Convention (ETC).More
European Dancehouse Network is pleased to announce we have been selected for the European Union funding (Network Strand) with the project EDNext 2022-2024. Find a summary of the objectives and the upcoming activities below. This granted funding would not be made possible without the input of our members and their constructive ideas.More
EDN endorses policy paper, co-drafted by IETM and EAEA - European Arts and Entertainment Alliance and endorsed by Circostrada, EFA - the European Festivals Association, TEH - Trans Europe Halles and EDN.More
Both full paper and executive summary are available for download.More
In 2021, European Dancehouse Network commisioned partner organizations and researchers to investigate the key trends and relations between dance and well-being, dance and mobility, digital shifts in the dance field before and post-pandemic time, as well as how dance could contribute to EU’s external relations. All papers are available for download.More
The online forum co-organized by EDN and The Place & Sadler's Wells will invite artists, producers, promoters, and other dance professionals from all over Europe for online discussions.More
Both full paper and executive summary are available for download.More
In the frame of the dance festival “Dancing About”, TANZPAKT Dresden, HELLERAU and Villa Wigman will be hosting an EDN Atelier with the topic “Mobility of Artists, Mobility of Ideas”.More
The report brings together the main learning points the Consortium have drawn from the Perform Europe process, since its start in December 2020.More
More than 100 organisations have signed the letter, which calls for a reduction of obstacles to obtaining visas and work permits in order to support greater cultural exchange between the EU and US.More
This call is open to all performing arts producers (organisations, companies, artists, collectives) and presenters (venues, festivals and any type of organisation offering a presenting context) based in all the Creative Europe countries and in the UK. We are particularly trying to reach out to all the professionals who belong / feel like they belong to an underrepresented group within the performing arts landscape.More
In the open letter published by the group of 110+ pan-European networks, coordinated by Culture Action Europe, the European cultural community call on the Member States and the European Commission to secure a future for culture and cultural life in Europe.More
Acknowledging the challenges the European dance sector is facing, EDN’s online conference provides insights into adaptive measures across Europe, emerging practices and current needs, envisioning a renewed dance ecosystem after a period of crisis.More
Perform Europe supports experiments with more sustainable ways in cross-border physical and digital distribution of the performing arts in the 41 Creative Europe countries with a view to designing future support schemes for the sector.More
During the General Assembly held in Barcelona at the end of June 2022, Korzo theater (The Netherlands) and Le Gymnase CDCN were unanimously voted in as new members of the European Dancehouse Network.More
EDN member CND – Centre National de la Danse published the first edition of the online CN D MagazineMore
In July 2022 Trans Europe Halles launched “Rebuilding to Last'' project together with twelve diverse organisations from across Europe, including European Dancehouse Network as an associate partner.More
The Solo Tanz Theater Festival Stuttgart will provide an overall view of the latest trends in the solo-dance-theatre scene.More
Tiago Guedes succeeded Dominique Hervieu on 1 September 2022.More