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Contredanse

Contredanse was set up in 1984 in order to support and stimulate choreographic creativity. The association was born out of the desire to bring Brussels-based dancers face to face with the big names in contemporary dance. It grew from a wish to provide the French-speaking community with a collective dance memory and to provide choreographers and dancers with tools and resources to enable them to li... Read More »

Round Table Meeting 2016, Berlin 1-2 Nov

This year’s Round Table Meeting will take place in Berlin on the 1st-2nd of November. This time meeting will overlap with a meeting of the On-the-Move association. Once more the meeting will facilitate the exchange about our members’ projects and current developments. Please find in the programme the following topics for expert input and discussions: Recent projects and developments wi... Read More »

PUBLICATION – Music Theatre in Flanders

The publication Perspective: Music Theatre aims to give an international audience an in-depth view of recent developments in the very diverse field of Flemish music theatre. The booklet starts with a landscape sketch by dramaturge Wannes Gyselinck that gives insight into the field’s organisation, historical developments, recent artistic trends and possible future developments. Following on this,... Read More »

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 suppor... Read More »

VTi (Vlaams Theater Instituut) becomes Flanders Arts Institute

Flanders Arts Institute is a new organisation that saw the light of day on 1 January 2015. Flanders Arts Institute serves the arts sector in Flanders and is a merger of VTi (Institute for the Performing Arts in Flanders), BAM (Flemish Institute for Visual, Audiovisual and Media Art) and Flanders Music Centre. Flanders Arts Institute is the new reference for all of your questions about art in Fland... Read More »

TRACKS – archive and collection preservation for artists and arts organisations

TRACKS, the toolbox and guidelines for the preservation of archives and collections in the arts can now also be consulted in English. http://www.projecttracks.be/en/home   Read More »

La Bellone

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Research on gender distribution in the Flemish performing arts sector

Four years ago Kaaitheater and the VTi, the institute for the performing arts, carried out a small-scale study: is the performing arts sector as feminine as it is generally assumed? Well, the results were disappointing! To give just one figure: of the 32 directors of civic theatres and arts centres only seven were women. Four of them worked in youth theatres. Together with the VTi and the Performi... Read More »

New Arts Flanders website online

Arts Flanders aims to become the international point of reference for information about the Arts and Cultural Heritage in the Flanders region and about artists from Flanders who are active abroad. There are specific subsections, one of which is devoted to the news about the Flemish performing arts with international relevance: http://artsflanders.be/performance Read More »

Virtual Study –online access to the databases, catalogues and digitised resources of the ATI

  The Virtual Study (ViS), which is operated by the Arts and Theatre Institute, is a comprehensive interface for accessing all of the Institute’s information databases. The study’s objective is to facilitate research, increase the informational value of database materials through their joint and interlinked publication, to provide access to materials that would otherwise be inacce... Read More »

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