iDANCE Report is the evaluation report for the iDance project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union, that has been initiated and delivered by four European institutions: the Onassis Stegi (GR), the Holland Dance Festival (NL), the Skånes Dansteater (SE) and the Stopgap Dance Company (UK).
The iDance project’s aim was to produce innovative approaches for addressing people with and without disabilities and the dance community, by providing education and training programmes, in line with individual needs and expectations.
The iDance report presents the project’s activities and outputs, offering the project’s overall picture by analysing and evaluating the material available on the iDance digital platform, by harvesting the results of the activities records, of the feedback and of the project’s evaluation feedback processes and finally, through questionnaires answered by partners, educators, and participants.
The iDance project included a wide range of educational and dissemination activities and has successfully given the opportunity to its participants to further develop their dance and teaching skills. This has resulted in a sharpened overall vision on integrated dance.
The project’s activities enabled participants with and without disabilities to come together, share knowledge, exchange best practices, and co-develop an innovative set of resources to promote access to inclusive dance education in Europe.
For further details about the project activities, the achievements of iDance project and some of the challenges, take a look at the full External Evaluation Report, available to download as a PDF file.
The iDance Evaluation Report was conducted by Liminal, a Greek cultural organisation which provides the opportunity for everyone to engage in contemporary art forms, regardless of physical, social, linguistic, and other characteristics through educational programmes, art productions, and accessibility services.