danceWEB Europe

danceWEB Europe is a non profit association of dance organisations based in Vienna, Austria led by "danceWEB/Vienna". Funded under the "Culture 2000 programme of the European Union"[1] in 2002 to 31 May 2005 with a community grant of €900.000,00[2] and in 2005 up to 31 May 2008 with a community grant of € 900.000,00 .[3] to develop contemporary dance throughout Europe and to link the international dance scene and education, enhancing dialogue between cultures.[4]



Country City Dance organisation
Austria Vienna danceWEB
Austria Vienna ImPulsTanz Vienna International Dance Festival
Belgium Brussels ROSAS
Belgium Brussels Ultima Vez
Belgium Antwerpen De Singel
Bulgaria Sofia The Red House/Center for Culture and Debate
Cyprus Limassol Omada pelma
Czech Republic Prague Ctyri Dny
Denmark Copenhague Danish National School of Theatre and Contemporary Dance (Skolen for Moderne Dans)
Finland Pyhäsalmi Full Moon Festival
France Montpellier Centre chorégraphique National de Montpellier
France Tourcoing Le Fresnoy
Germany Berlin Tanzwerkstatt
Greece Athens State School of Dance
Hungary Budapest Mühely Alapítvány
Iceland Reykjavík Dansleikhús med Ekka
Ireland Dublin International Dance Festival Ireland
Italy Venice Biennale di Venezia - Settore Danza
Lithuania Vilnius Lithuanian Dance Information Center
Luxembourg Luxembourg Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois
Norway Oslo Danse- og Teatersentrum
Netherlands Amsterdam Julidans
Poland Poznań Towarzystwo Gimnastyczne
Portugal Lisbon Culturgest
Portugal Lisbon RE.AL
Portugal Porto Rivoli Teatro Municipal
Romania Bucarest Solitude Project
Slovakia Bratislava Bratislava in Movement
Slovenia Ljubljana maska
Sweden Stockholm ccap
Sweden Malmö Dansstationen
Turkey Istanbul Tal-Dans
United Kingdom London Southbank Centre


  1. Culture 2000 programme of the European Union
  2. Culture 2000, 2002 approvals
  3. Culture 2000, 2005 approvals
  4. About danceWEB Europe

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