Seoul International Dance Festival in Tank.
Works in all shows.
Seoul International Dance Festival in Tank is held annually in Seoul, Korea to benefit almost everyone who is engaged in dance by offering a variety of dance education programs such as Dance Improvisation, Choreography Workshop, Mentoring Workshop, Dance for Camera, and Classical Dance Works, connecting artists from many different countries to create global networks, and featuring high quality dance performances from many different countries.
In order to offer a platform for many different leveled choreographers to show their newly created works, there are marathon performances for emerging choreographers, marathon special performances for experienced choreographers, and marathon invitation performances for internationally acclaimed choreographers in four tank stages in Oil Tank Culture Park in Seoul Korea. Seoul International Dance Festival in Tank also offers a variety of International Dance Workshops with professional artists based on France and America.
To create global artistic networks, SIDFIT has been tried to create new experimental collaboration works under the program ‘Music& Digital& Dance Co-work beyond genre, nationality, and ages. SIDFIT has provided quality dance performances, international dance workshops, community dances and collaboration with global artists
Seoul International Dance Festival in Tank provide more than 60 dance performances and 30 international dance workshops. International foreign participants can apply for performance, choreography presentation, and workshops including Korea tour program.
Please, join Seoul International Dance Festival in Seoul , Korea from the 2nd week of July.
Do not miss great opportunities to take part in as a choreographer, dancers , collaborators or students.
Exchanges global artistic networks in SIDFIT.
The Deadline by February 15th.
Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles
One’s own culture is deeply rooted in the lives of those who live outside of their home country. Culture is one way of means to not only connect to their own history but also to connect with those of different ethnic backgrounds. As a term that embraces many parts of Korea, culture signifies language, food, manners, life styles, music, dances and many more.
Operated by the South Korean government’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles is nested in the Miracle Mile District, and serves as the axis of Korean heritage in Los Angeles. Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles endeavors to broaden Korea-U.S. relations through cultural and educational activities through hosting and sponsoring an assortment of events, including art exhibitions, stage performances, film screenings, traditional Korean music and dance events, Korean food festivals, language institute and traditional sporting events. Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles encourages everyone to immerse themselves in the true colors of Korean culture as they visit the center.
Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles will always aspire to promote cultural exchanges in southern California, and continue to take initiative in globalizing the excellence of Korean culture.