Vermont Dance Alliance Symposium

Vermont Dance Alliance Symposium

Movers, dance makers and arts activists! Vermont Dance Alliance's annual dance symposium goes virtual this year with an interactive, two-day program to inspire and support you.
November 14th & 15th

Participants will share in each other's work, learn from other professionals in the fields of dance, dance film, and dance studies, and find new inspiration. Many of the sessions offer approaches and creative solutions for how dance can continue and thrive in a time of social upheaval and limited in-person engagement.

To support the conference and our partners at Vermont Dance Alliance and Next Stage Arts Project, the Hop will be presenting three associated events:

Registration information for these Hop-presented events can be found on the event pages listed below. For full-conference registration and details, visit the Mixed Media Dance Symposium page hosted by Next Stage Arts.

Visit the Symposium Website

About the Symposium Partners

The Vermont Dance Alliance is a public platform for dance in Vermont. It shines a light on what is happening with dance throughout the state as well as make new opportunities come to life. It uses dance to provide a common language, encourage freedom of expression and empowerment, and build and create communities that share and learn together.

Next Stage Arts Project was Founded in 2010, Next Stage Arts (NSA) is a nonprofit performing arts and cultural center in southeastern Vermont. NSA is a transformative, community-centered project dedicated to revitalizing Putney's cultural and economic village center through excellence in arts programming and the operation of Next Stage. NSA presents a wide range of performing arts, both in partnership and independently.

Symposium Events from the Hop

Symposium Events from the Hop

These events are part of the Mixed Medium Dance Symposium, presented by the Vermont Dance Alliance and Next Stage Arts in collaboration with the Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth, with support from the Vermont Arts Council and the Vermont Creative Network/Chittenden County Zone.