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© Georg Oberweger
© Georg Oberweger

What does the danceWEB Scholarship Programme stand for?

Every year, the danceWEB Scholarship Programme offers a scholarship comprising participation in all workshops, research projects as well as attendance at performances of the ImPulsTanz festival plus artistic accompaniment by a coach to dancers and emerging choreographers from more than 40 countries. In 2019, the mentors are Anne Juren and Annie Dorsen in dialogue with Mette Ingvartsen. Click here to find out more.

How can I apply for the danceWEB Scholarship Programme?

The online application is available from November on until mid’ December each year on the Life Long Burning website. For detailed information and more details about the application process please click here.

Which costs have to be paid by the scholarship recipients themselves?

If selected for the danceWEB Scholarship Programme, the scholarship recipients still need to find a financial contribution of 2,150 euro to their total scholarship expenses from national / regional funding institutions in their home country / country of residence in order to secure their participations.

What is ATLAS – create your dance trails?

Founded in 2014, the training programme allows young artists to intensively deal with contemporary dance over a period of one month. By providing among others a comprehensive workshop programme, individual coaching and a presentation platform, ATLAS encourages and supports the creation of own work during the festival. ATLAS Coach 2019 is the dance dramaturge Guy Cools.

How can I register for ATLAS – create your dance trails?

The registrations run until about mid’ April of each year and go directly to All important and current information will be published on our website under ProScene / EducationClick here to find out more about the conditions and information regarding the registration process.

How much does the ATLAS participation fee cost?

The registration fee is 2,600 euro.
The registration is valid only after an advance payment of 800 euro.
We also offer a discount to groups of five or more people for a reduced participation fee of 2,000 euro per person.

What does IDOCDE stand for?

IDOCDE is a project designed to develop and document practices of contemporary dance education, to improve networking among contemporary dance educators and to increase visibility of this vibrant art form. From 26th to 28th July IDOCDE offers for the 7th time now a Symposium on Contemporary Dance Education with the title Tracing Forwards intersecting (somatic) legacies and future (art) practices in the frame of ImPulsTanz. This year you can for the first time also apply for two residencies. Click here to find out more.

How can I apply?

The application deadline for the IDOCDE Symposium is usually in the beginning of April. Anyone wishing to apply as a lecturer for the symposium or as residency participant will find all the necessary information on the IDOCDE website. Registration for participation in the symposium will be handled directly via However, if you have any questions please contact

How much does the participation fee for the symposium cost?

€50 for IDOCDE members
€0 for the 10 Symposium Scholarships (IDOCDE members only / letter of motivation to
€0 for volunteers
€0 for lecturers

How much does the participation fee for residency and symposium cost?

€100 for IDOCDE members
€0 for 2 Residency Scholarships 



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Fashionable goodies of the last festivals are available HERE

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Everything about our previous festivals you find HERE

final workshop showing 2019 ©


Sneak previews of our current performances, or sweet memories of our workshops and past festival events can be watched HERE.

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