Tradition, Evolution and Diversity – Share Your Legacy (Dec 2018)

In this month's Editorial, John Taylor reflects on the historicity of dancing, and the notion of contemporaniety––as contextualised by a specific history. John turns to The Legacy Project––"[the] platform in which we can share what it means to be a contemporary dancer and dance teacher and learn to appreciate how the very concept of contemporary is dependent upon the context in which [it has] developed"––with a call to action, asking {us} to contribute; and by contributing "explore and share our global community and celebrate its diversity".

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The Legacy Project stands for a publicly available collection of video documents made by individual participants, often registered IDOCDE users. The Legacy Project is a community driven project. Everyone is welcome to contribute to The Legacy Project.

More updates regarding The Legacy Project are due January.

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With the IDOCDE Editorials we wish to bring you the most recent updates and news from across Europe on a monthly basis. Writers of the Editorials are MINDTHEDANCE researchers coming from IDOCDE's partner-institutions and Team IDOCDE aka Staff Members. Each month a different person takes the initiative to write about the state of their research, most recent ongoings in their homelands relating to any topic that might influence the life of a dancer. These might include updates regarding the socio-economic, or political climate, institutional or freelance opportunities or the lack thereof, etc. We hope you'll find your way to the IDOCDE Editorial.


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