Performer / Choreographer
Join here if your primary source of income comes from working as a dancer or choreographer.
Membership fee is €60
Why become a member?
- Deepen your connection to the Irish dance community
- Greater support for your creative practice
- Access to a vibrant network of dance practitioners, innovators and leaders
- Access to a range of unique opportunities, services and resources that promote creative, professional and critical engagement in dance at local, regional, national and international levels.
- View a list of our current membership benefits.
How do I become a member?
- Fill in our online form or download the form and return by email/post.
- Payment can be made by Paypal, EFT, or over the phone by debit/credit card.
The important details:
- Membership is offered on a 12-month rolling basis - you can join or renew at any time.
- You must be either Irish born or resident in Ireland.
- New memberships must be processed before payment can be made
- Performer / Choreographer members must submit an up-to-date CV with their application to the Dance Ireland Administrator.
- Membership fee: €60
Performer / Choreographer: Membership Benefits
- Advice on developing your career at national and international level
- Support on developing your projects, including advice and letters of support
- Subsidised rates for our training and development programmes
- Eligible to apply for a range of development awards
- Eligible to apply for Dance Ireland Residencies (up to 4 weeks in a membership year, subject to availability)
- Access to resource library of dance journals, books and videos
- Free use of ‘hot desks’ and meeting space in the Artists’ Resource Room (subject to availability)
- Insurance cover for R&D and rehearsals in DanceHouse
- Equipment hire at reduced rates
- Winging It: short-term, no-notice studio hire
- Propose projects such as seminars, events and workshops to the board
- Discounts at select venues and festivals
Stay in the loop
- Receive regular ebulletins
- Share your productions on DI social media