MASDANZA - CERTAMEN CHOREOGRAFICO INTERNACIONAL DE GRAN CANARIA
Danza Urbana has been collaborating since 2010 with Masdanza, one of the most important international choreographic competitions dedicated to the emerging scene.
The Festival, through the Masdanza Platform section, offers visibility and promotes some of the awarded artists.
COORDINAMENTO FESTIVAL BOLOGNA
Danza Urbana has activated with Gender Bender, Scie Festival, ZED Festival a collaboration for a coordinated programming in September of the respective initiatives for a strong and varied dance offer of the dance festivals in Bologna.
IL RUMORE DEL LUTTO
Da quest’anno il Festival avvia una collaborazione con Il Rumore del Lutto, un progetto culturale, che intende offrire un’occasione di dialogo e riflessione sulla vita e sulla morte, attraverso il colloquio interdisciplinare e trasversale fra differenti ambiti.
The Festival organises a laboratory of critique and journalism curated by Altre Velocità, targeting younger participants, 13 to 19 years of age, with the goal to create an active and intensive experience in the field of journalism, one that can transform the act of watching the shows into a collective narration, by experimenting with transmedia narration as well as with the various potentials of writing, by contributing to the blog danzarelacitta.danzaurbana.eu.
The initiative is developed within the project Bod/y-z Bologna Dance/Y&Z generations, financed by the European Union - European Structural and Investment Funds, within the EU response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Operational Programme on Metropolitan Cities 2014-2020 REACT EU - “La città che danza” (The dancing city) Bo7.1.1g.F34H22001280006
SHARE & TRAIN BOLOGNA
From this year on, Danza Urbana will meet the community Share & Train Bologna, a project for the exchange of artistic practices, organised by dancers, performers, dance professionals, and performance art professionals, and targeting their own community. The goal of the initiative is to promote the dialogue among the artists who live in Bologna and in the surrounding areas, thereby strengthening the existing community and widening the network by including the proposals of professionals who transit through the city. Share & Train Bologna is a project curated by Riccardo De Simone, Martina Delprete, Francesca Siracusa, and Gaia Centamore, created in synergy with the national network of sharing training. Mapate Sako, Iliyes Triki, and Antoine Danfa will meet the community of Share & Train Bologna for a shared training session with a 2-hour duration on the 8th September from 10am to 12 noon. For information and registration write to: firstname.lastname@example.org