Modul-dance facts and figures

Monday, March 02, 2015

Modul-dance ended in December 2014. We are pleased to share with you the hard facts and figures regarding the activities of this European cooperation project devoted to support the development of dance art artists. 20 partners 16 European countries 52 selected artists 44 research modules 120 residency modules 53 production modules 346 presentation modules 13 […]

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Md final book cover

Modul-dance final book

Sunday, March 01, 2015

After four-years-and-a-half of development, modul-dance arrives to its end. Twenty dancehouses from sixteen countries had the chance to cooperate in a project with the aim to support development, mobility and exchange among dance artists under the umbrella of the European Dancehouse Network. We are very proud of the work developed in the framework of this […]

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Europe, an artist’s-eye view: City Guides collection

Saturday, December 27, 2014

One of the modul-dance project key elements is the promotion of mobility, so that artists receiving its support follow itineraries across Europe to develop their creative work and present it to different audiences. Modul-dance presents a collection of modul-dance city guides. Each of the guides in this collection shows a city from the viewpoint of […]

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Dance Gate Lefkosia Cyprus

Focus on dancehouses: Dancehouse Lefkosia

Friday, December 12, 2014

Dancehouse Lefkosia is a new infrastructure organization founded officially in August 2012, by three organizations Dance Gate Lefkosia, Dance Lab and Lefkosia Youth Ballet. Dancehouse Lefkosia’s purpose is to bring together the whole dance community in Cyprus , for the development and promotion of the art of dance on a local and international level. Its […]

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Dansehallerne Copenhagen

Focus on dancehouses: Dansehallerne Copenhagen

Friday, December 12, 2014

Dansehallerne is a vital hub and national competence center for dance as an art form. The purpose of Dansehallerne is to strengthen, develop and disseminate dance as an art form and to ensure the visibility of dance and its location in cultural life. Dansehallerne presents national and international dance on the two stages in the […]

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Mercat de les Flors © Román Yñan

Final modul-dance conference in Barcelona

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Conversations provide the title to the conference that closes the four years and a half of the modul-dance project that will take place at Mercat de les Flors (27-29 November). Artists and partners involved in the project will stay together for 3 days in order to share and dialogue. The conferece is set up like […]

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Daniel Abreu

Spanish National Dance Award for Daniel Abreu

Thursday, October 23, 2014

The modul-dance selected artist Daniel Abreu has received the Spanish National Dance Award for “for his personal language and the creation of a particular universe supported by an original, innovative and risky code”. He was selected in 2010 for the project to develop the piece Animal. Daniel Abreu was born in Tenerife, which is where […]

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Guy Cools and Mala Kline present “The Ethics of Art” in Vienna

Monday, October 20, 2014

Published with the support of modul-dance, the book The Ethics of Art. Ecological Turns in the Performing Arts includes the contents of the 3rd modul-dance conference Ethics is Aesthetics? For an Ecology of the Arts of both Environment and Body, that took place in Tilburg in October 2012. Guy Cools (book compilator and curator of […]

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Dansens Hus Stockholm

Focus on dancehouses: Dansens Hus Stockholm

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Dansens Hus is Sweden’s largest venue for contemporary dance and closely related performance art from Sweden and around the world. Located in central Stockholm, Dansens Hus has two stages with 750 and 140 seats respectively. We present around 35 performances a year and have between 60,000 – 90,000 visitors on an annual basis. Dansens Hus […]

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DeVIR/CAPa Faro © Luis da Cruz

Focus on dancehouses: DeVIR/CAPa Faro

Sunday, October 19, 2014

We started off in 1994, with the launch of an international contemporary dance festival – “a sul” (south bound). In 2001 we created CAPa – the Algarve Centre for Performing Arts – a multidisciplinary venue in Faro/Portugal, without permanent artists, but instead, dedicated to support creative artistic work. CAPa’s main activity it’s the artistic residency […]

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