Creating a stronger dance sector
Dance is a highly collaborative art-form that transcends borders and boundaries. We engage at home and abroad to forge the relationships, find the opportunities and create the connections that inspire dance artists and our programme.
We value the role partnership and collaboration plays in the creative process and in promoting engagement with dance. Much of our success to date has been achieved through working in association with others. This is why we will continue to prioritise creating and encouraging connections between people, places and practices, nationally and internationally.
We work in partnership with a range of artists and organisations to provide training, artist development, opportunities to participate in dance and events that bring artists and communities together around a shared interest in dance.
2021/22 Programme Partnerships
Black Canvas (with Tobi Balogun)
First Fortnight Festival 2022 (in partnership with Galway Dance Project (with curation by choreographer Karen Gleeson))
Dance2Connect Festival (International Lab)
Lighting Design for Dance (with Liz Roche Company and The Lir)
Catalyst Residencies ( with Dublin Circus Project)
The Floor is Yours (Age & Opportunity and Dance Theatre of Ireland)
Where Dance Meets Circus (with ISACS)
National Dance Residency Partnership (Dance Cork Firkin Crane, Dance Limerick , Tipperary Dance and Galway Dance Project)
Dublin Youth Dance Residency (Partnership and support)
Dancer from the Dance Festival (talks, screenings and masterclasses with Irish Modern Dance Theatre)
TD International Festival- Masterclass Programme (with Tipperary Dance)
Dublin Dance Festival 2022 Festival-( partner on events with Dublin Dance Festival)
Irish National Youth Ballet (partnership and support)
Tyrone Guthrie Residential Residency (with the Tyrone Guthrie Centre)
Wicklow Screen Dance Lab- (with Wicklow ScreenDance Festival)