Dance to feel Good
“She gave me the key to step out from my comfort zone,
thanks to Martine van Santen and Dance in Art 15/16
I know that anything is possible.
If you stay hungry and go after your goals no matter what!
Dance to feel good!” Pauliina Pakarinen
2022 – 2023
October 4th – November 27th
November 28th – December 10th NETHERLANDS CHOREOGRAPHY COMPETITION
Working on 3 productions + performing
→ #METOO | premiere of the dance film we created and has won several prices
- Short Film Factory (New York, Boston, New Orleans, Chicago, San Diego and San Francisco) – Award Winner
- Paris Play Film festival (Parijs) – Award Winner Best Dance
- LAFA (Los Angeles) – Award Winner
- Lady Filmmakers Festival (Beverly Hills)
- New Renaissance (Amsterdam)
- Experimental Dance Music Film Festival (Toronto)
- Frostbite Indie Fest (Colorado)
→ Netherlands Choreography Competition
Time: 10:00 – 20:00
Morning: technique classes
Evening: workshops, coaching, private classes.
All applicants should have successfully completed professional dance training.
How to apply: Please send us the application form and the following documents:
→ Video: 2 minute solo (contemporary or ballet) (youtube or Vimeo Link)
→ Video: 1 minute improvisation
→ Motivation letter
Only complete applications will be considered.
To apply for the DiA Junior Program, please fill out the application form below and send application material via email to email@example.com.
NOTE ON OUR FEE POLICY: Dance in Art is an independent dance center that exists in the Netherlands art scene without the support of any public/private funding besides the tuition fees paid by the participants. The prices of the programs are the lowest we can currently offer. All teachers and management staff are paid with low wages to keep the fees contained, and there is a huge amount of enthusiasm, care and dedication that goes in the making of the different programs. Signing the terms and conditions form is binding and the payment cannot be refunded in case of non-participation in the program.
Meet some of our Graduates
Pauliina Pakarinen (Finland)
Viviana Pacchin (Italy)
Marion Bosetti (France)
Dance Artist Development Program
Do you want to create your own creative voice as a dancer and/or choreographer? If yes, then the Dance Artist Development Program is the professional program for you!
This program is suitable for dancers and choreographers who want to develop their creative voice and practice to become the artist they intent to be, within a learning and supportive environment.
Choreographic Research Program
The purpose of the DiA Choreographic Research program is to capture the vision of the next generation of dance artists. This program is for students with an established background in choreography. It has proved particularly fruitful for mature students who have been choreographing for some time and wish to take time to reflect on their work within a supportive environment. Students will create original works that foster cross-fertilization between choreography and other artistic disciplines.