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Are you a dance professional? A gender studies researcher? Do you want to replicate our model or to be inspired by our capacity building activities? We've put together all the useful resources expressely for you.
Dissemination
We're spreading Performing Gender - Dance makes differences project with further activities to enlarge the beneficiaries and to pursue local objectives. See what will happen during the next Encounters Festival in Leeds, from 27th to 29th June 2019.
Closing Event in Bassano
12th & 13th April 2019 there was a Symposium with the protagonists of the project aimed at the development and professionalization of a wide audience of European artists, research fellows, and passionates

Lately From Performing Gender

Encounters Festival & Performing Gender

Sergio and Hannah will bring some of their Performing Gender work through a 2 day workshop during the 2019 Encounters mini...

The Bologna Conversation

"Today, me, Roberta, I’d like to take responsibility and commit to build a thicker network, with our colleagues for instance."...

The Spanish Conversation

"We must be able to dance who we are, to dance our gender, being free to shift at any moment as we relate to each other."...
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What is Performing Gender?

The partners

Performing Gender – Dance Makes Differences exists thanks to 6 partner organisations in 5 European countries.

The artists

5 dance makers, 5 dramaturgs and 50 young dancers at a turning point of their career.

The calendar

A two year capacity building programme with intensive training weeks, workshops, and a residency on LGBTI identities and dance.