StreamDANCE: Making great DIGITAL DANCE for children and young people

StreamDANCE is the first national project to commission made-for-broadcast digital dance pieces for young audiences. Three commissions of £15,000 will be awarded to create new digital dance works, due to premiere in early 2022.  

The project is a rapid response directly addressing the lack of digital dance cultural offerings for the youngest in society.  

A programme of Think Tanks will develop more conversations and, in the longer term,  collaborations between dance artists, technologists, film makers, commissioners and broadcasters.  

The StreamDANCE commissioned artists will be announced in July 2021.

Please check back shortly for news and project updates.

StreamDANCE is led by Tandem Works, produced in association with The Place and commissioned by DanceEast, South East Dance and PDSW, supported by Lighthouse and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. 

Nominating partners: Tandem Works, The Place, DanceEast, South East Dance, Pavilion Dance South West, Akademi, Sampad, Spark Arts. Chaired by Hassan Mahamdallie