In partnership with Birmingham Dance Network (BDN), we are running regular dance classes suitable for professional dance artists from Spring 2014.
Centre for Advanced Training for South Asian and Contemporary Dance recruitment dates announced.
We have four class cancellations coming up over the next two weeks
We are seeking expressions of interest from experienced dance artists who live/work in our priority neighbourhoods
After last week's official festival launch in The Patrick Centre, the countdown to IDFB 2014 has begun.
DanceXchange is offering paid internship opportunities for two bright, motivated individuals interested in embarking on a career in the arts.
Are you a regional dance artist who wants to improve your fundraising and application writing skills?
Join us for a fun day of dance and culture, and gain your first Arts Award!
At DanceXchange our aim is to bring dance to more people in Birmingham and the West Midlands region, through performances, productions, classes and community outreach.
As we look to our long term future, we want to continue this work and we want to keep dance alive in the region. As a registered charity, we receive core funding from Arts Council England and Birmingham City Council, along with a range of trusts and foundations.
But we also need support from individuals and businesses to make this happen. By supporting DanceXchange, you will help us fulfil our core objectives: to produce exceptional work; to bring outstanding performances to Birmingham; and to enable people of all walks of life to engage in dance either as a participant, performer or audience member.
How you can support us:
For more information, please contact Katie Scott, Development Manager on 0121 689 1082.