Mentorship Program

Feel a little light in Yourself

“I really noticed I improved after three months.
I started to work smart, my movements became moredynamic.

I feel a little light in myself and I have put more
trust im myself then before.” Dancer, Mentorship Program

Mentorship Program

The Mentorship Program is designed for talented dancers with extraordinary abilities in search of additional guidance, knowledge, experience and inspiration. The program is customized to each dancer’s physical and emotional needs. The mentorship program gives dancers the undivided attention of a respected teacher and industry professional whose sole aim is to have them reach their highest potential.

Duration Options

Accepted dancers may choose to enroll in this program for:

1 year (fulltime)

→ 28 SEPTEMBER ’23 – 30 JUNE ’24

6 months (fulltime)

→ TERM 1 – 2 OCTOBER ’23 – 29 MARCH ’24

→ TERM 2 – 9 JANUARY ’24 – 30 JUNE ’24

12 weeks (parttime)

→ TERM 2 – 9 JANUARY ’24 – 29 MARCH ’24

Admission Requirement

How to apply:

Please send us the application form and the following documents:
– Video: 2 minute solo (contemporary) (youtube or Vimeo Link)
– CV
– Motivation letter


Only complete applications will be considered.

To apply for the Mentorship Program, please fill out the application form below and send application material via email to

How is it different?

The Mentorship Program differs from the other DiA certificate programs offered, in that it is designed purely to address the needs of the individual artist. Technique schedule and classes are tailored to the individual dancer by the program director. With an emphasis on personal attention and development, the Mentorship Program provides dancers with a better understanding of one’s own creativity and artistry. This program’s intensive approach will have positive effects on a dancer’s confidence and abilities so each individual can successfully move forward with their career in the dance industry.

About DiA

What are the values of art disciplines, such as dance, music, visual art, literature and theatre, in the world? When is there coherence between these disciplines and what connects them? When is it meaningful for the different art disciplines to interact and when is this not meaningful? In other words, what are the boundaries for art disciplines to strengthen each other? How can dancers and visual artists work together in a productive way? How does music and literature invigorate each other? When is an interdisciplinary art project fulfilling its artistic goals and how do you structure such a project?

During the Dance in Art (DiA) Mentorship Research Training Program, the dancers will get the chance to do in depth research regarding these questions. They will become critically engaged with the complex cultural and social contexts of art disciplines, furthering their own artistic development. The research will also allow dancers to broaden their current practical experience. With the training program that DiA has to offer, dancers will deepen their knowledge in a number of sources contiguous with the art of dance, such as philosophy, visual arts, music and literature.


Fee 9 months fulltime: €776,- a month

Fee 6 months fulltime: €876,- a month 

Fee 3 months parttime: €1675,- 


The fee is excluded 21% VAT for dancers >21 years.

Payment can be done in 9 installments before the start of the program.

Registration fee: 775, – euro, non-refundable (will be subtracted from the total fee).

Administration costs: 25, – euro

The first part of the registration fee €175, – + €25, – administration costs (total €200, -) must be paid within 14 days after signing the DiA Agreement form and receiving the invoice. The second part of the registration fee €600,- needs to be paid during the following 14 days after receiving the invoice. The registration fee is non refundable.