The National Institute of Music and Dance is pleased to announce a call for applications for the “Dancing Together, Again!” creative residency project, implemented as part of the Creative Europe program. Its main objectives include cultural exchange, interaction between artists, producers and dance researchers with an emphasis on the creative process and integration with local communities. Applications can be submitted until November 17, 2023.

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The program is comprised of residencies held in 2023-2024 in Georgia, Croatia, Italy and Poland. The last residency, co-organized with Movimento Danza, will take place in Naples, Italy, on March 4 -17, 2024. Its theme will be the inclusivity of dance and performing arts, with particular emphasis on intergenerational and intercultural exchange and the inclusion of people with and without disabilities. The residency will be curated by Gabriella Stazio.

Who can participate in “Dancing Together, Again!”?

The project is addressed to all individuals involved in dance, working in one of 3 groups:

– artist – choreographers and dancers,

– curator – producers, organizers and presenters,

– researcher – philosophers, theorists, historians, critics, documentarians and kinetographers.

The organizers provide the participants with a place for creative work, accommodation, food, insurance, a stipend and cover transportation costs.

Those taking part in the residency will be selected in calls held simultaneously in all other partner countries, i.e. Georgia, Croatia, Italy. Details of the call can be found in the regulations.

Applications can only be submitted electronically until November 17, 2023, by filling out an application via Microsoft Forms.

The results of the call will be announced by December 1, 2023. Successful applicants will be notified by email, and the results will be published online at

Residency organizers: The National Institute of Music and Dance together with the Arts Institute Research of Georgia in Tbilisi, Movimento Danza in Naples and TRAFIK Dance/Theatre Company in Rijeka.

Financed by the European Union. The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Executive Agency for Education and Culture (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the EACEA is responsible for views and opinions expressed throughout the project.

About the National Institute of Music and Dance.

The National Institute of Music and Dance implements creative, publishing, academic and scholarship projects. It sets new standards for cooperation between artists and institutions. The Institute runs a number of projects, including the Oskar Kolberg Award for Merits to Folk Culture; Spaces of Art;

Coryphaeus of Polish Music, PolandDances; International Competition of Polish Music. Every day, the Institute’s team ensures the growth of Polish musicians and dancers and provides them with opportunities to showcase their achievements in Poland but and abroad.

The organizer of the National Institute of Music and Dance is the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

Persons responsible for project implementation:

Magdalena Zalipska – Head of the Dance Impresariat Division, Department of Dance

Project coordinator:

Mateusz Czekaj –

Media contact:

Agnieszka Wyszomirska –