Lass springen! Cause dancing is for everyone!
Not only is dancing much fun and awakens your zest for life, it also strengthens your capacity for empathy, self-confidence and cognitive skills – Casinos Austria share the same opinion and therefore donated 30 ImPulsTanz workshops to economically disadvantaged children and teenagers. Together with you and Lass springen!, we hope to be able to give the chance to take part in a workshop to many more children. Any donation to Lass springen! will be doubled by ImPulsTanz – so your contribution is worth twice as much! The workshops financed through these donations will be provided to SOS-Kinderdorf and the NGO Flucht nach Vorn. MORE
Are you interested in working with the future of dance and choreography?
The Department of Dance at DOCH/Stockholm University of the Arts is now looking to fill two key positions:
- Assistant Professor of Choreography (60 %) with responsibility for the Master programme in Choreography
- Assistant Professor of Dance (100 %) with responsibility for the Bachelor programme in Dance Performance
Application Deadline: 31 August 2019
Eszter Salamon wins Evens Arts Prize 2019
We are happy to announce that Eszter Salamon, who we are proud to call one of our companions over the last few years, will tomorrow receive the Evens Arts Prize 2019. Congratulations!
This biennial European award established by the Evens Foundation honours artists who engage with contemporary realities in Europe and envision perspectives for shaping our common world. The laureates were selected by an independent jury, who chose from a list of 45 internationally acclaimed artists, nominated by representatives of major European cultural institutions.
Click here to find out more about the Evens Arts Prize.
The exhibition, organised by the Theatermuseum in cooperation with the Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien (MUK), attempts to inscribe significant female dancers into Vienna’s great historical narrative.
21 March 2019–10 February 2020
Open every day except Tuesday from 10:00-18:00
Dance & visual impairment – For an accessibility of choreographic practices, produced by Centre national de la danse and Cemaforre-European Centre for Cultural Accessibility in the frame of the THE HUMANE BODY EU project, raises questions of how our senses are used in dance teaching practice. In considering how we might develop a more inclusive teaching methodology for blind and partially sighted learners it also exposes other questions: how might traditional ocular-centric teaching models be denying the potential for everyone of a more multi-sensory approach to learning dance? What possibilities might there be for a pedagogy that embraces touch and hearing as equals with vision?