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Love Rituals
The third workshop in Tilburg will try to arrive through performative practices to a body and to an organism of bodies which perform a transfiguration in which gender is no longer perceived. Find out more about it
We're spreading Performing Gender - Dance makes differences project with further activities to enlarge the beneficiaries and to pursue local objectives. See what happened during the last Gender Bender Festival Edition.
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.

Lately From Performing Gender

Peggy Olislaegers and Vanessa Kang at Gender Bender Festival in Bologna

Peggy Olislaegers, mentor of Performing Gender project, dance dramaturg and European activist together with Vanessa Kang,...

Tilburg workshop, how to combine individual experience for a collective creation

Performing Gender moves to the Netherlands, in Tilburg with Nina and Roberta the focus will be on the creative process strategies  The...

The Tilburg dancers: Here are the components of "Love Rituals"

We are moving to the Netherlands for the third workshop of Performing Gender, that will run in Tilburg, from the 26th October...
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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.