As part of the EU project European Video Dance Heritage, leading dance houses, information centers, artists' groups, archives and dance film festivals have joined forces for the first time in Europe to launch the presence of dance in new media. The EU project was coordinated by the Maison de la Danse in Lyon, France.
Participating partners included:
La Maison de la Danse, France
Study Centre of the Teatro Stabile Torino, Italy
Fábrica de Movimentos, Portugal
Instituto Universitario de Danza Alicia Alonso, Spain
International Music and Media Center (IMZ), Austria
National Audiovisual Institute, Poland
Zbigniew Raszewski's Theater Institute, Poland
Loikka Dance Film Festival, Finland
Vlaams Theater Instituut, Belgium
German Dance Film Institute Bremen, Germany
German Dance Archive Cologne, Germany
Dachverband Tanz Deutschland was involved in the implementation of a symposium held in Düsseldorf from September 13-15, 2013, and has since maintained a collaboration with the multimedia dance platform numeridanse.tv.
Numeridance.tv is managed and coordinated by the Maison de la Danse, in Lyon, and was created on the initiative of director Charles Picq, who worked closely with the French National Center for Dance (CDN) to develop the platform.
The digital platform provides free access to a diverse video database of productions, documentaries, interviews and other footage related to the theme of Tan. It is available in English and French.