The Art to Dance Community
The Singing Body
At the interface of art, therapy, and social work, this strategic partnership brings together organizations from Germany, France, Portugal and North Macedonia to exchange good practices and develop innovative methods. Co-founded by the European Union, we will explore the potential of dance and music as a tool to promote social inclusion by merging African musical traditions, contemporary art, and holistic pedagogy. Within the intercultural approach, the physical body becomes the “common ground” on which diversity and transformation can not only be experienced but celebrated!
Under the title „The singing Body- physical empowerment for European values“, organizations in artistic, social and intercultural spheres of activity located in Germany, Portugal, Bulgaria, Spain and Italy are partnering, to establish together a interdisciplinary project in the dance pedagogy for empowerment. The transnational intercultural project plan wants to give artists a place of exchanging practices in dance and pedagogy and to expand their network. Innovative methods will help to deepen together the artistic practice.
How can we create dance pedagogy offers that promote intercultural awareness, personal development, and community-building?
During the creative phase, employees from all partner organizations will meet in Portugal to jointly develop new methods regarding dance and live music.
Within the mobility various teaching and learning activities, workshops, and interactive concerts will take place with multiple ways to participate on a theoretical or practical level…
Dance of Cultures is made possible by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. It’s co-funding allows various organisations from all over the world to meet in the common effort to develop and spread high level education for everybody.
The different projects focus on the exchange of good practices and the development of innovative methods within the field of art education and form a common ground and basis for longterm concretion across borders and disciplines. Despite focusing on different subjects, all activities give plenty of room for interdisciplinary and intercultural encounters regarding dance and music as a tool for social inclusion while actively promoting European values…