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The documentation centre
The Contredanse dance documentation centre was established in 1989 to spread the word about the history of dance, support learning and research, create a repository and challenge the archiving and transmission of dance.
Its document collection has grown over time, especially with respect to Contredanse’s key themes: improvisation, composition, transmission, somatic practices and the history of contemporary dance.
It also showcases the dance heritage of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.
The online catalog shows all the resources available in the documentation center. Enter your keywords in the empty field at the top right, modify the filters and start your research from home before visiting us.
About the documentation centre
Hours & contactThe documentation centre is closed during the summer and will reopen to the public on September 5 at the usual hours. If you have any questions about your research, please write to email@example.com.
Document collectionThe documentation centre brings together a wide range of documents related to dance: books, specialized magazines, press clippings, photos, audiovisual archives, conference papers, theses and other original works, etc.
The catalog can be consulted online and you will find all the tips you need to conduct your first research in the article : Traveling within our catalog…
Access to the documentsAll our documents remain onsite (they cannot be borrowed); there is a copy machine available.
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