Dance Artist, the ArtEZ modern and contemporary dance course, trains you to become a dance artist with your own position in the work field. In this age, it is more important than ever for a dance artist to be firmly based in a dance world that is always developing. At the top Dance Artist course at ArtEZ, you are trained as a (co)creating dancer and maker. Key to this is the development and embodiment of your own (artistic) identity as a dance artist. At the same time, your curiosity about other makers and your surroundings is nurtured: there is a lot of scope for collaborations and projects. After graduating as a Dance Artist in Arnhem, you may use the title Bachelor of Arts (BA). You can work independently as a dancer and maker at home and abroad for (inter)national production houses and dance companies.
Dance is an art form, which enables people to take a different look at themselves, others and the world. The curriculum of the four-year contemporary dance course at ArtEZ in Arnhem focuses on discovering what type of dance artist you are and how you can develop your own strong position in the world of dance. As a dancer or maker, you are the focus of the course. We monitor your individual and artistic development, but also what you need to fulfil your potential as a dance artist. In designing the curriculum, we therefore also try to establish the right balance between intensity and rest.
The Dance Artist course ensures that you can take your place as a dance artist in a rapidly changing world, so that you leave the school with an open and flexible mindset. You are given the resilience and tools to adapt to new circumstances. And above all, to create new contexts, dimensions and realities.
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- Full Time
International diploma, provided that the diploma is equivalent to a Dutch diploma (havo or mbo4) and Entrance examination/Audition.
For this program school admits only between 20 and 25 students every year.
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning