Online Gatherings with Members

DI will host Zoom calls each month with Members

Keeping in contact with the dance sector and supporting our DI Members is important to us. It's all essential that we all keep connected.

Our next meeting will be on the 20th of November at 12pm.

We will be jpined by CEO Sheila Creevey, who will talk about the organisation’s recent response to public health restrictions, and how we are continuing to invest our time and resources in ensuring that artists are supported and that the art form continues to thrive.  

Sheila will also provide an update on the efforts of Dance Ireland to advocate for dance on a national and international level, and we will then open for questions from Members. If you have a specific question you would like to ask, do let us know ahead of the meeting and we will do our best to answer. 

If you would like to attend, please email Andrea on and she will send you Zoom details.

Previous Meetings/Discussions

15 Jan- 'Company Creation- with Junk Ensemble'

20 Feb- 'Let's Talk Fringe'

10 March- 'Meet the Venues'

27 March: General Member Check In                                 

3rd April: General Memeber Check In

10 April: General Member Check In                                   

17 April: Welcome To Sheila Creevey, CEO & Check In

24 April: Member Check in & What's Next                               

1 May: Rural Artists Discuss: What's Changed

8 & 11 May: Communicating Dance with Jeanette Keane         

15 May: Spotlight on Dance Ireland

22 May: Dicussion- Dance Artists & Older People                   

28 May: 'Creation & Social Distancing: how things will flow?'

5th June: 'Your Daily Practice'                                                 

12th June: 'Experiences of Screen Dance'

19th June: 'Pre Professional Dancers: Let's Talk                      

10th July: General Member Check in

24th July: General Member Check In                                   

 28th August: Meet your Peers- Breakout Sessions

23rd October- ‘Dance in an Irish Education Setting- exploring the Creative Schools Programme’