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Dancing in your shoes!
Dancing in your shoes is the third edition of the european project Performing Gender. Discover the key actors and the goals of the new edition in this page.
Partners
Performing Gender - Dancing in your shoes is a large scale cooperation project supported by Creative Europe. Learn more about the 11 partner organisations among 8 european countries and the staff working on this project.

9 dancing communities

Hundreds of different people are dancing in your shoes!

Communities are based in Bologna, Leeds, Ljubljana, Madrid, Marseille, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Tilburg and Umeå

NEWS

City of Women tales: representative objects

The community dance practices of City of Women is a 6-month research and educational process in the field of modern performance...

DansBrabant tales: building a community starting with individuals

Building a community starting with individuals Presumptions and set backs In Tilburg, DansBrabant took the motto of Performing...

Theaterfestival Boulevard tales: shared embodied heritage of mutual history

Through dance practices and other activities, Theaterfestival Boulevard is working on building a community with people from...

Key actors of Performing Gender

Partners

Performing Gender – Dancing in your shoes connect 11 partner organisations in 8 European countries: France, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, United Kingdom.

Communities

The 9 local communities are involved in a co-design process throughout training weeks, workshops, and a residency on gender identities and dance.

Dance makers

8 rooted dance makers, 8 travelling dance makers involved in building strong and innovative connections with communities.