As part of Dansehallernes international profile there has been several meetings and collaborations during the years.

ICE HOT CPH 2016
In November 2016 Dansehallerne was hosting the ICE HOT Nordic Dance Platform.
This is a collaboration project between all five Nordic countries. ICE HOT – NORDIC DANCE PLATFORM aims to present high quality and diverse Nordic contemporary dance from both established groups and newcomers.

daCi
In July 2015 Dansehallerne was hosting daCI – the13th World Congress of Dance and the Child International.

IETM
In 2012 Dansehallerne was hosting the Plenary Meeting of IETM: International Network of Contemporary Performing Arts. Dansens Hus and the other partners in Dansehallerne at Carlsberg hosted more than 700 international guests from the performing arts community at the IETM plenary meeting in Copenhagen 28–31 March. Under the headline RIGHT? the participants were offered meetings and workshops on current issues within the performing arts and plenty of possibilities to network.

Modul-dance
Dansehallerne has been a part of the EDNs EU-funded collaborative Modul-dance, a multi-annual cooperation project (2010-2014) with the participation of 20 dancehouses from 16 European countries.
Modul-dance focused on the development of independent professional dance artists.

Look at the pages below for more info about our international events and collaborations.

 

  • daCi

  • ICE HOT CPH 2016

  • Modul-dance

The World Congress daCi was held in Copenhagen July 5-10 2015.

The theme of identity in dance was explored as it is experienced in formal, non-formal and informal settings of education.
It was a unique opportunity for everyone interested in dance and young people to meet, dance, share, present and discuss issues related to the Congress theme across age levels and professions.

The program had a variety of activities and presentation formats such as Nordic Dance Flavour workshops, invited keynotes, Creative Meeting Points, Twinning Labs, Youth Forums, Professional Forums, papers, panels, roundtables, research and dance workshops, project dialogues, lecture sharing, performances of young people and professional companies.

Here you can see the Copenhagen Declaration

The Congress explored
How can we comprehend and describe identity in the 21st Century?

What kinds of identity are experienced and expressed in dance practice of young people around the world today?

What role does dance play for young people to define and perceive their own and others’ identities?

How do professionals working with dance and young people comprehend and articulate their own professional identity?

Twist & twin – the approach
Throughout the Congress the participants was  involved in processes of ‘twinning’, which implicate two or more partners coming together about a common issue. This is not only sharing ideas, but creating new knowledge together.
Twinning creates new possibilities for collaboration between people, new friendships, new dance experiences and for developing understanding about each other, our identities and cultures.
Twinning can be virtual, or in the same space and can take place over a longer time – before, during and after the Congress.
Twinning can be encompassed and expressed in multiple ways, for example culturally, methodologically, pedagogically, across age groups, and between professions, institutions and communities.
Twinning can be part of the proposals, developed before the Congress; or it can occur during the Congress.

More info
Here you find the Program Book for the congress in CPH

Here you find a summary of the Twist and Twin congress

daCi 2015 / Photo: Jens Hemmel

Dansehallerne collaborates with an extended network of national and international partners.

In November 2016 Dansehallerne was hosting the ICE HOT Nordic Dance Platform.
This is a collaboration project between all five Nordic countries.

ICE HOT – NORDIC DANCE PLATFORM aims to present high quality and diverse Nordic contemporary dance from both established groups and newcomers.

During the days of ICE HOT in Copenhagen, November 30th – December 4th 2016, the program consisted of live performances off-stage presentations, artistic presentations, discussions and meetings with artists, directors, producers, organisers and cultural operators.

For more information check:

www.icehotnordicdance.com

Facebook page for ICE HOT

 

Dansehallerne is part of EDN – European Dancehouse Network and has been a part of the EDNs EU-funded collaborative Modul-dance, a multi-annual cooperation project (2010-2014) with the participation of 20 dancehouses from 16 European countries.

Modul-dance focused on the development of independent professional dance artists.
Its aim was to create the optimum production conditions for artists, dancers and choreographers throughout Europe in order to facilitate their mobility and promote the dissemination of their work.

52 choreographers were supported by the project and approximately 500 artists participated in international exchange.

modul-dance.eu