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It's time to train for our 5 Dance Makers! Next Training Week will begin in soon in 's-Hertogenbosch: check out the programme.
We're spreading Performing Gender - Dance makes differences project with further activities to enlarge the beneficiaries and to pursue local objectives. See what has organised City of Women last June.
At the end of each Training Week there is a Final Sharing, an actual exchange among Dance Makers, Dramaturgs, dance professionals, LGBT communities and public. See what happened during the Bologna Training Week.

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Ready for the Dutch touch? The last training week

The best moment to be in ‘s-Hertogenbosch: Theaterfestival Boulevard, international artists & audiences. The city...

Who's going where? The workshop pairings are done!

Performing Gender - Dance Makes Differences project has started almost one year ago and within the 2018 summer will end the...

A second workshop with City of Women in Ljubljana

Between the 18th and 22nd of June 2018, an additional workshop was organized in Ljubljana by the City of Women with the purpose...
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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.