Together with the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich, every year since 1991 JOINT ADVENTURES has organized TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA – a workshop for new ideas and aesthetics in contemporary dance and performance and hot spot for choreographers, teachers and professionals – for all people who take great delight in dancing. The audience comes from Munich, Bavaria and the whole world.
Summer Dance Classes for professional & amateur dancers
This summer again, TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA offers you a diverse and high-class workshop program: There are contemporary dance classes for total beginners and advanced dance enthusiasts, contact or partnering workshops, as well as special repertory classes – there is something for every level and every body!
Check out the program 2018 and register for your summer dance class!
The next edition takes place from August 1st to 11, 2018 in Munich.
Call for Open Stage
You are doing a workshop at TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA and have choreographic material that you would like to show? In this Open Stage, you are given the opportunity to show your piece or choreographic material to Munich’s audience, as well as all artists and participants!
Your work shouldn’t be longer than 10 minutes. You are participating in TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA. The team of JOINT ADVENTURES will make the selection. The Open Stage will take place on August 6, 2018, 20.30 H, at the Muffathalle.
What we offer:
> Participation at a TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA workshop free of charge
> Rehearsal studio for your preparation
> Per diems for a maximum of five days
> Festival pass for the TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA events
> Support for finding private accomodations in Munich
> Support in research/applying for travel grants, visa applications, etc.
We are looking forward to your application per e-mail with a short biography, relevant video link as well as a technical rider. Deadline: June 4, 2018. Please direct your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 2011, the theoretical framework at TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA has been set by a two-day symposium in which well-known scientists and theoreticians address questions about artistic practice in choreographic art.