CID UNESCO International Congress on Dance Research
You are cordially invited to take part at
CID International Congress on Dance Research
on August 9-11, 2019 in Lviv, Ukraine
The Congress is organized by Lviv Section of CID supported by the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Lviv City Council and Ukrainian Dance Federationn.
A prestigious gathering that brings together dance experts from all countries, it gives a unique chance to represent your innovative method or study on original subject, gain new knowledge and set contacts with dance art scholars and practitioners from all over the world.
A presentation can be:
– Research report/lecture on different aspects of dance art and choreography with projection of video or slides (20 min.)
– Classes and workshops (30 min.)
– Performances by dance companies, duos or solos (5-10 min.)
– Exhibition and sale of your publications or produce (books, records, pictures, costumes, accessories.)
Submitting a presentation is optional. Absentee presenters can register also; their presentations will be included in the program and in the proceedings website visited by tens of thousands of dance professionals all over the world.
The Congress is open to all forms of dance: ballet, modern, folk, ballroom, oriental, flamenco, tango, therapeutic, recreational, revival etc.
We welcome individuals, companies or schools who are members of the International Dance Council CID at UNESCO, the official organization for dance in the world.
To apply for participation, registration fee settlement and further Congress registration please send your name and the title of the lecture/class/performance to the event organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org. To become a CID member, please follow the procedure at http://cid-portal.org/site/index.php/how-to-join/application
For additional information, membership and Congress participation assistance please contact Lviv Section of CID UNESCO at
Tel: +38 (096) 7541663 – Elena Pikhulya, Deputy President of CID UNESCO Lviv Section
+38 (063) 8120103 – Tetiana Vasilenko, Vice-President of CID UNESCO Lviv Section