explore dance – TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund

explore dance – dance for young audience network is the joint project by Focus Dance – Dance and Schools association Munich, fabrik Potsdam and K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg and will close a national gap in the cultural offer for children and young people, as it aims at the long-term consolidation and artistic development of dance for young audiences. In the next three performance seasons, established choreographers within the national German network will be invited to Potsdam, Munich and Hamburg to develop and present new works for young audiences. Reciprocal guest performances will enable the pieces to be seen at different places. The new productions will be brought together in an annual festvial in one of the three partner cities and offer the opportunity to meet organisers, artists, the young audiences, educators and parents. A subsequent symposium on the theme of dance for young people will boost the exchange of information, ideas and experience at the national and international level.  The festivals will take place in Hamburg in 2019, in Munich in 2020 and in Potsdam in 2021. Each of the three institutions will also be establishing long-term co-operations with local schools in order to integrate the target group directly into the artists’ work processes. The project will thus lay the foundation for a sustainable, continuous and high-quality event and transfer programme in contemporary dance for children and young people, aged from 5 to 15, and strengthen the visibility of contemporary dance as an art from in the field of performance arts for young audiences.


SAVE THE DATE: explore dance #1 - Festival for young audience

30.04. - 04.05.2019  K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg Kampnagel

explore dance – dance for young audience network is a co-operative project of fabrik moves Potsdam, Fokus Tanz / Tanz und Schule e.V. München and K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg. Funded by TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund with the support of the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, the Municipal Department of Arts and Culture Munich and the BLZT, financed by the Bavarian Ministry for Arts and Education, as well as the city of Potsdam and the ministry for science, research and culture of the federal state of Brandenburg.