- 360° Building Strategies for Communication in Contemporary Dance
- Act Your Age
- Choreoroam Europe
- COMMUNICATING DANCE
- CRISCO Crossroad of the Regions-fostering involvement of all citizens in local life to Improve Social Cohesion
- DANCING MUSEUMS
- Dancing Museums: Old Masters – New Traces
- Empowering Dance
- Migrant Bodies
- Migrant Bodies-moving borders
- Modul Dance
- Performing Gender – Dance makes differences
- Pivot Dance
- SHAPE IT
- SPRAY – Space Regeneration through Art by Youth
Dance Well supports the professional development of dance artists and dance organizations that engage people living with Parkinson’s, or other movement disorders, with dance. The project expands their skills, artistry, competences and knowledge to widen the possibilities of becoming meaningful for the societies they live in, contributing with their innovative approaches to wellbeing and social cohesion.
The project is led by Comune di Bassano del Grappa, K3 -Tanzplan Hamburg, Le Gymnase CDCN Roubaix, La Briqueterie CDCN Vitry sur Seine, Tanec Praha, Lithuanian Dance Information Centre, Fondazione Fitzcarraldo and Fondazione Università Ca’ Foscari of Venice. The project is supported by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The objectives of the project are:
1) developing and experimenting innovative dance practices, the implementation, transfer and dissemination of knowledge and experiences across European regions, to support the recovery of artists and dance organizations engaging people living with Parkinson’s and other mobility disorders, in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
2) contribute to the wellbeing and social cohesion and to the development of the culture of dance and its impact in civic societies.
Activities include: intensive training for Dance Well Teachers, Dance Well classes, creation and presentation of dance and audio-visual works, research and analysis, dissemination events.
Official website: www.dancewell.eu
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