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Story: Inclusive Dance

The Inclusive Dance symposium held in October 2017 is the first short story on the Conservatoires Arts & Culture platform.
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During the master programme, you will diversify your perspective on dance practices and research to rediscover what it means to be a dance artist today. After your training, you will be able to question and shape the working field.

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Throughout the bachelor's degree, you develop the skills and the network to autonomously shape your career, content, and direction. By graduation you have a developing artistic voice, are willing to share that voice and are able to choose a personal trajectory. As an embodied dance artist, you can use your qualities in performances and creations, as well as in other sectors such as the social-artistic and educational field. 

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Master in Dance

The Master in Dance is a two-year part-time programme delivered in 6 modules for a total of 60 ECTS-credits. Each module consists of 2 courses and lasts two to three weeks focussed on collective time, guided by guest lecturers and artists.

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Bachelor Dance

The bachelor programme Dance is a balance between skill building and exploration, and knowledge and research.

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The Royal Conservatoire Antwerp and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp (the two Schools of Arts of AP Hogeschool) develop their research policy in close collaboration.

Master in Dance

Are you an artist and have you worked in the field of dance? Is embodied practice essential in your work? Do you wish to devote time to a set of concers and questions to deepen your artistic practice? Do you wish to gain new inputs, tools, and insights to expand your perspectives? The Master in Dance offers you the opportunity to carry out practice-oriented research, based on and guided by embodied artistic practices. 

Bachelor Dance

As a student dance artist, you can immerse yourself in your artistic practice. You will develop technical, creative, performative and reflective skills, and be guided by passionate teachers and performing artists representing the diversity of contemporary dance. The Dance programme of the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp is a creative environment where you will be inspired to define your own identity and to shape the future working field as an embodied dance artist.
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