Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe, an international project strengthening dance criticism, will culminate in a playful critical writing seminar and panel discussion on slow work in art criticism at the Norwegian dance festival Oktoberdans.
Films premiered during the 59th edition of the Golden Prague International Television Festival, organized by the Czech Television, will raise the curtain on the lives of prominent Czech artists...
The Duncan Centre Conservatory is entering its fourth decade of existence. The 30th anniversary celebrations will begin with a three-day programme from 20 to 22 September 2022 at the conservatory’s building in Braník.
Apply to be one of the four writers who will participate in the seminar Playing Dance Writing happening in Bergen, Norway during Oktoberdans festival 20–24 October 2022.
Taneční aktuality is preparing a new, fifth Special edition, a printed publication focusing on one particular topic each year. In previous years, these have included Dance and the Audience or Dance and Education.
The Institute for Choreology of the Faculty of Music and Dance of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague announces a call for papers for an international conference Dance Research and its Institutional Background in the Contemporary Cultural and Social Context.
The project Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe, a collaboration of Czech Dance News and Performing Arts Hub Norway, organizes a three-day seminar for emerging European dance critics and writers during KoresponDance Festival in the Czech Republic.
Open panel discussion will take place 24th April in Prague and online. What is the status of a dance critic in Europe, what are the conditions, obstacles and pleasures of dance writing? What does dance writing mean to the development of dance?
Dance News‘ European breakthrough – first year of international project Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe
Having received funding from the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021 in 2020, Dance News was able to launch its first international project called Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe...
The POCKETART company in co-operation with Jaro Viňarský and Lucia Kašiarová with the support of Tanec Praha z.u. / PONEC – the dance venue are calling for professional artists for their new project with working title CORPORATE.
Taneční aktuality is launching an open call for papers for the 2022 Special Edition focused on TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE DANCING BODY
We are looking for authors and draft articles addressing current issues and exploring the subject of the human body and its reflection in the field of dance and movement.
Michal Štípa as the MTO ballet director to be replaced by the soloist of the NT in Brno and two Thalia awards winner Jan Fousek
Michal Štípa is going to quit his job as a ballet artistic director after three years. He announced his decision at the beginning of the current season...
Taneční aktuality’s bilingual print magazine, Special Edition 2021, which focuses on the subject “Dance and education”, is hitting the shelves of selected stores these days and is also available for purchase in a digital format.
On Tuesday, 28th September, 2 p.m. (CEST), the Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe project organises an open panel discussion that will address alternative performance and writing formats, and the relationship between dance and words.
Markéta Perroud, who has been a close associate of the PONEC founder Yvona Kreuzmannová, has become the new artistic director of the PONEC Theatre.
- Emerging critics
- Emerging critics