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In this April's Editorial Friederike Lampert, one of the Mind the Dance researchers, takes us through her process of designing a new Master Degree Course in Dance, which is – starting in Septebmer 2018 – going to provide the profiles in Teaching and Coaching Dance Professionals or Choreography at the Zurich University of the Arts. "My interest," Friederike writers, "is making connections between different disciplines, widening the concept of choreography and focusing on artistic research in dance. Documentation will take an important role in these studies, as students will be working on their individual artistic or teaching profile[s]. In this regard, the digital publication of MINDTHEDANCE.com will be very helpful in offering versatile ways and concepts of documentation in dance." In her reflections, Friederike comes to ask a crucial question, the resolution to which is, I suppose, one we're all – in one way or another – looking for. "What do Master students of art studies want, what do they need? Tools, techniques, guidance, empowerment, encouragement?"

Dear Member of the IDOCDE Community, Welcome to the Other Side of yet another Winter. We wish you an inspiring Spring, one filled with eagerness, fervor, energy, and passion.
pavleheidler for Team IDOCDE

 

With the IDOCDE Editorials we wish to bring you the most recent updates and news from across Europe on a monthly basis. Writers of the Editorials are MINDTHEDANCE researchers coming from IDOCDE's partner-institutions and Team IDOCDE aka Staff Members. Each month a different person takes the initiative to write about the state of their research, most recent ongoings in their homelands relating to any topic that might influence the life of a dancer. These might include updates regarding the socio-economic, or political climate, institutional or freelance opportunities or the lack thereof, etc. We hope you'll find your way to the IDOCDE Editorial.


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