Dancing on the Edge Urgent artistic dialogues with the middle east


Our scholarship dancers look back

The techniques, physicality, energy, different ways of thinking and everything I learned, has already benefited me in my work and dancing. It helped so much in clarifying my compass, to know what I need, what I want and what I will do next.” – Hoor Malas

This experience has been very useful for my career as a contemporary dancer. I thank the support of Dancing on the Edge, as well as the teachers, choreographers and dancers that came from all over the world.” – Mariem Bouajaja

Scholarship dancers Mariem Bouajaja (Tunisia) and Hoor Malas (Syria) are looking back on three very inspiring weeks during the Summer Intensive of partner organization Henny Jurriens Foundation. With thanks to the gifts received by crowdfunding, including those from renowned names in the dance field as Akram Khan Dance, les ballets C de la B, and Ted Brandsen.

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Photo: Passie in Beeld