keðja – connecting the Nordic-Baltic contemporary dance community

The keðja project began in 2008 initiated by 6 dance organisations in the Nordic and baltic countries. Since then 10 Encounters (conferences/seminars) have taken place in 8 countries and self governing areas. From 2012 – 2015 more activities were added, – Wilderness residencies, two Think Tanks, Writing Movement activities and a Mentoring Scheme.
The project has twice received support from EUs Cultural Programme 2007-2013. From mid 2015 several of the activities are continuing, funded by national and Nordic funding bodies.

Watch the videokeðja – connecting the Nordic-Baltic dance community. Mariehamn 2014 from keðja – dance activities on Vimeo.

Website: www.kedja.net

keðja partners 2012-2015:

 

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Dansehallerne is a vital hub and national center for dance as an art form. The purpose of Dansehallerne is to strengthen, develop and disseminate dance as an art form and to ensure the visibility of dance and its location in culture life. Dansehallerne presents national and international dance and choreography on the three stages in the house and provides a framework for the professional contemporary dance community through knowledge center, studies and artistic development. Additional Dansehallerne offers dance as an art form for and with children and young people in partnership with municipalities and schools. The headquarter of Dansehallerne is located in Carlsberg City and has a small office in the heart of Aarhus. Dansehallerne is an independent institution with an operating grant from the Ministry of Culture and the Municipality of Copenhagen.

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