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    • American Callers Association

    • The American Callers Association (ACA) is the second largest association of square dance callers in the United States. ACA is a non-profit organization with headquarters at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. ACA has members in the United States, Canada, Europe, and New Zealand. Among other things, the organization provides accr ... Read »


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    • American Dance Guild

    • The American Dance Guild (A.D.G.) was founded in 1956 as the Dance Teachers' Guild by twelve dance teachers in New York City to promote the art of dance in the United States by educating the American public and by maintaining standards of teaching. After and annual conference on teaching children creatively, 12 da ... Read »


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    • American Tap Dance Foundation

    • American Tap Dance Foundation

      The American Tap Dance Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose primary goal is the presentation and teaching of tap dance. Its original stated purpose was to provide an "international home for tap dance, perpetuate tap as a contemporary art form, preserve it through performance and an archival library, provide edu ... Read »


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    • ARTS-Dance

    • Alliance of Round, Traditional and Square-Dance, Inc. (ARTS-Dance) is an association to promote round, square, line, and other forms of traditional and folk dance. It is a non-profit/charitable foundation under the U.S. Internal Revenue Service section 501 (c) (3) incorporated in North Carolina in 2003 with main addres ... Read »


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    • Australian Dance Council

    • The Australian Dance Council—Ausdance is a national dance advocacy organisation. Ausdance represents the Australian dance profession—a talented, multi-skilled and internationally admired group of dance professionals who perform, create, present, teach, educate, write and research. Ausdance is a network of org ... Read »


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    • Ballet Folklorico Aztlan

    • Ballet Folklorico en Aztlan (BFA) is a Chicano dance company focusing on Mexican folklore, and blending traditional dance with contemporary movements. The group was founded in 1967 by Hermina Enrique. Currently, her daughter, Viviana Enrique Acosta, is the Artistic Director. The members of BFA were instrumental in foun ... Read »


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    • Ballroom Dancers' Federation


    • British Association of Teachers of Dancing

    • British Association of
      Teachers of Dancing

      The British Association of Teachers of Dance (BATD) is a UK-based dance examination board, with its Head Office in Glasgow, Scotland. The officially recognised date for the formation of the society is 30 November 1892, making it the first professional dance organization of its kind in the United Kingdom, and the second ... Read »


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    • British Ballet Organization

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      bbodance, formerly the British Ballet Organization, is a dance examination board based in London, England. Formerly known as the British Ballet Organization, bbodance was founded in England in 1930 by Edouard Espinosa and Eve Louise Kelland, both noted dance teachers. It was established as a dance teaching society and ... Read »


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    • British Dance Council

    • The British Dance Council was formed in 1929 as the Official Board of Ballroom Dancing (OBBD). The name was subsequently changed in 1985 to the British Council of Ballroom Dancing and in 1996, the name was changed to British Dance Council. The BDC is the recognised governing body for Ballroom, Latin, Sequence dancing & ... Read »


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    • The Cabiri

    • The Cabiri, a Seattle-based non-profit physical theater troupe, was founded in 1999 by Artistic Director John S. Murphy. In 2001, the troupe became legally incorporated (under the organization The Anunnaki Project) and obtained 501(c)(3) status from the IRS. The mission of The Cabiri and The Anunnaki Project is to pres ... Read »


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    • Callerlab

    • CALLERLAB is the international association of modern Western square dance callers, and is the largest square dance association in the United States. After some initial work started in 1971, it was officially established in 1974 by several members of the Square Dance Hall of Fame. Callers from all over the world, inclu ... Read »


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    • Camargo Society

    • The Camargo Society was a London society which created and produced ballet between 1930 and 1933, giving opportunity to British musicians, choreographers, designers and dancers. Its influence was disproportionate to its short life. Dame Ninette de Valois, founder of The Royal Ballet, saw it as "having done much for the ... Read »


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    • Career Transition For Dancers

    • Career Transition For Dancers is a nonprofit organization with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago dedicated to helping dancers establish new careers when they have retired from their performing careers. Founded in 1985, the organization has provided over 46,000 hours of individual and group career counseling, ... Read »


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    • Center for Traditional Music and Dance

    • The Center for Traditional Music and Dance (CTMD) is a leading folk/traditional arts organization based in New York City. Originally established as the Balkan Arts Center in 1968, CTMD assists the city's ethnic and immigrant communities in maintaining their traditions and cultural heritage. CTMD has developed a range o ... Read »


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    • Centre National de la Danse

    • The Centre national de la danse (CND, or National Dance Center) is an institution sponsored by the French Ministry of Culture. It studies dance in all its aspects, and is located in Pantin, in northeastern Paris. The building is known for being a classic example of Brutalist architecture, and in 2004 was awarded the Pr ... Read »


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    • Centro Cultural de la Raza

    • Centro Cultural de la Raza

      The Centro Cultural de la Raza is a non-profit organization with the specific mission to create, preserve, promote and educate about Chicano, Mexicano, Native American and Latino art and culture. It is located in Balboa Park in San Diego, California.The cultural center supports and encourages the creative expression â ... Read »


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    • Congress on Research in Dance

    • Dance Research Journal  

      Congress on Research in Dance is an international non-profit learned society for dance researchers, artists, performers and choreographers. CORD publishes the Dance Research Journal, and sponsors annual conferences which distribute annual awards. The society was founded in 1964 as the Committee on Research in Dance, a ... Read »


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    • Cosa Meara Company of Irish Dance

    • Cosa Meara Company is the first collegiate Irish dance network. Cosa meara (Irish pronunciation: [ˈkˠɔsˠə ˈmaɾə]) is Gaelic for "Quick Feet." Officially registered student organizations focused on Irish dance may join the college network. The network presents a new experience for dancers, in ... Read »


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    • Council for Dance Education and Training

    • CDET is the quality assurance and membership body for the professional dance and musical theatre industries with an increasing engagement across the performing arts including drama. The organisation is the first point of contact for those seeking information about training, education and assessment at all levels of st ... Read »


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    • Cross-Cultural Dance Resources

    • Cross-Cultural Dance Resources

      Cross-Cultural Dance Resources (CCDR) is a non-profit dance research organization in the United States, formed in 1981 and based in Tempe, Arizona. It maintains a non-lending library devoted to the study of dance, with over 15,000 shelved items plus the archives of Eleanor King, Gertrude Prokosch Kurath and Joann Keali ... Read »


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    • Cumann Rince Náisiúnta


    • The Dance Centre

    • The Dance Centre, previously at 12 Floral Street, Covent Garden, central London, England, was founded by Valerie Tomalin (née Hyman) in 1964 as a space where dance teachers could hire small studios by the hour and large ballet companies, such as The Royal Ballet and Ballet Rambert, could rent larger studios by the d ... Read »


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    • Dance Ireland

    • Dance Ireland is an association that promotes professional dance in Ireland. It operates DanceHouse, a dance centre in Dublin. It was established in 1989 and incorporated as a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee in 1992 under the name Association of Professional Dancers in Ireland Ltd (APDI). It adopted the tr ... Read »


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    • Dance Notation Bureau

    • The Dance Notation Bureau (DNB) is a non-profit organization founded to preserve choreographic works through notating dance scores in Labanotation and collaborating with dance companies to stage reconstructions of those works. Based in New York City, DNB was founded by Helen Priest Rogers, Eve Gentry, Janey Price, and ... Read »


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    • Dance Theater Workshop

    • Dance Theater Workshop, colloquially known as DTW, was a New York City performance space and service organization for dance companies that operated from 1965 to 2011. Located as 219 West 19th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, DTW was founded in 1965 by Jeff Duncan, Art ... Read »


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    • Dance United

    • Dance United is a non-profit organisation with projects in Ethiopia, Central London, Wessex and Yorkshire. Youths marginalised in society participate in intensive contemporary dance training, which in turn offers them educational qualifications and useful life skills. Each Dance United location has a professional dance ... Read »


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    • Dance4Life

    • Dance4life is an international initiative that mobilises and unite young people (13–19 years old) to push back the spread of HIV/AIDS. dance4life aims to have one million participating youths by 2014 as an urgent call to the world leaders to keep their promises around the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). d ... Read »


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    • DanceWEB Europe

    • danceWEB Europe is a non profit association of dance organisations based in Vienna, Austria led by "danceWEB/Vienna". Funded under the "Culture 2000 programme of the European Union" in 2002 to 31 May 2005 with a community grant of €900.000,00 and in 2005 up to 31 May 2008 with a community grant of € 900.000,0 ... Read »


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    • Danspace Project

    • Danspace Project was founded in 1974 to provide a performance venue for contemporary dance. Its performances are held in St. Mark's Church in the East Village area of the Manhattan borough of New York City. "Danspace[Project] has played a significant role in the arts ecology of New York and the entire dance world. ... Read »


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    • Delta Chi Xi

    • Delta Chi Xi

      Delta Chi Xi Honorary Dance Fraternity (ΔΧΞ), more commonly referred to as Delta Chi Xi, is a co-ed honorary professional fraternity and member of the Professional Fraternity Association organized to acknowledge academic excellence, serve the community, and share the art of dance among fellow students. De ... Read »


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    • Euro Dance Festival

    • Euro Dance Festival

      Euro Dance Festival is a dance festival in Europe attracting about 5,000 visitors in 2010. The festival is best known for its wide range of music and dancing styles. These are Ballroom Dance, Argentine Tango, Swing Dance, Hip Hop and Breakdance. A combination of dancing classes and shows and a trade fair caters for the ... Read »


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    • European Rock'n'Roll Association


    • Dance Films Association

    • The Dance Films Association (DFA) is a non-profit organization founded by Susan Braun in 1956; Jose Limon, Ted Shawn and Alicia Markova were charter members. Its stated purpose is, "Dedicated to furthering the art of dance film.". DFA has held a film festival every year since 1971, which has been co-sponsored by the ... Read »


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    • Inter Varsity Dance Association


    • International Association for Dance Medicine & Science


    • International Association of Gay Square Dance Clubs

    • The International Association of Gay Square Dance Clubs (or IAGSDC) is an international umbrella organization for gay square dance. The association includes over eighty clubs. Most clubs are in the United States and Canada, with one club in Japan. There are no longer any active clubs in Britain, Denmark, or Australia. ... Read »


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    • International Dance Council

    • The International Dance Council (CID, standing for French: Conseil International de la Danse) is an umbrella organization for all forms of dance in the world. It is a non-profit international non-governmental organization founded in 1973 within the UNESCO headquarters. Its headquarters are in Paris. CID advises the UNE ... Read »


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    • International Polka Association

    • The International Polka Association (IPA) is located in Chicago, Illinois and dedicated to the study and preservation of polka music and the cultural heritage of Polish Americans who have made this music tradition part of their heritage. The IPA hosts an annual festival and convention as well as its Annual Polka Music ... Read »


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    • List of Christian dance companies

    • A Christian dance company is a dance company usually specializing in ballet that uses dance as a ministry to reach out to non-Christians, strengthen the faith of Christians, and to bring joy to poor countries or devastated areas. Christian dance companies perform, and up to the time of the performance usually particip ... Read »


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    • Maa Aarki

    • Maa Aarki (Maa Shakti)

      Maa Shakti (previously known as Aarki) is the name of the world record garba, which has been organized every year by Mr. Jayesh Thakkar and his NGO Samvedan Charitable Trust which runs the garba festival in the city of Vadodara. Jayesh Thakkar has organised this event under Sam Vedan Charitable Trust. Nitin Sandesara ... Read »


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    • Montažstroj


    • Morning Gloryville

    • Morning Gloryville originally named Morning Glory, is a sober, drug-free morning rave. Morning Gloryville was founded in 2013 by Nico Thoemmes and Samantha Moyo. It was designed to be "fun... without the alcohol", and an alternative to the morning gym. One of the aims is to "reengage people with a form of exercise" wit ... Read »


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    • National Choreographers Initiative

    • National Choreographers Initiative is a non-profit dance organization based in Irvine, California, that promotes the development of choreographers from all over the United States in the professional ballet world. NCI hosts a three-week workshop with selected professional dancers, who had auditioned from various ballet ... Read »


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    • National Dance Alliance

    • The National Dance Alliance (NDA), originally named the NCA Superstar, was established in 1999 as a “full service provider in the dance spirit industry”. The NDA is the sister company of the National Cheer Association (NCA), which was founded by Lawrence Herkimer in 1948. In 1976, the NCA created the NCA Supe ... Read »


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    • National Dance Association

    • National Dance Association

      The National Dance Association (NDA), is a defunct association of SHAPEAmerica, formerly the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD). It was the oldest of dance education organizations, and developed programs, published books and materials, and sponsored professional development ... Read »


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    • National Dance Education Organization

    • The National Dance Education Organization (NDEO), located in Silver Spring, Maryland, was established in 1998 as a national non-profit organization supporting dance education and dance in the United States generally. Its background lies in the response to Title IX (1972), and the Equal Educational Opportunity Act (1974 ... Read »


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    • National Dance Week

    • National Dance Week (NDW) is an annual event in the United States sponsored by the United Dance Merchants of America to increase public awareness and appreciation of various forms of dance. The event is coordinated by an organization under the same name headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA which operates under the sponsorsh ... Read »


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    • New York Live Arts

    • New York Live Arts

      New York Live Arts [Live Arts] is a movement-focused arts organization in New York City that serves as the home of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Its activities encompass commissioning, producing, and presenting works of dance, performance and music, together with allied education programming and services ... Read »


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    • Pennaach

    • Pennaach

      Pennaach, often stylized as PENNaach, is the University of Pennsylvania’s premier South Asian fusion dance team. ... Read »


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    • Project Bandaloop

    • Project Bandaloop brings to audiences performances of aerial dance. Under the direction of Amelia Rudolph, it creates a blend of dance, sport, ritual and environmental awareness. Inspired by the possibilities of climbing and rappelling, the choreography draws on aerial, vertical and horizontal movement to craft dances, ... Read »


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    • Raindance (rave)

    • Raindance are British rave event organisers. They were one of the best known rave names on the Rave scene in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The first event was held at a circus tent on 16 September 1989 at Jenkins Lane, Beckton in east London. This was Britain's first legal all night rave. DJ's such as Carl Cox, ... Read »


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    • Roundalab

    • Roundalab is an American educational non-profit organization established in 1976 for round dance cuers and teachers. The organization publishes a manual that standardizes round dance figures in over a dozen Smooth and Latin rhythms. It sponsors an annual convention, organizes a variety of educational seminars and labo ... Read »


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    • Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

    • The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS), was founded in 1923 as the Scottish Country Dance Society by Jean Milligan and Ysobel Stewart of Fasnacloich, who wanted to preserve country dancing as performed in Scotland, country dancing having fallen into disuse after the influx of continental ballroom dances such ... Read »


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    • Satellite Collective

    • Satellite Collective

      Satellite Collective is a non-profit, multi-medium artist collective based in New York City and led by Kevin Draper. Functioning as an “arts incubator”, Satellite Collective generates accessible creative opportunities for artists in the performing and visual arts. Satellite Collective builds global artist coa ... Read »


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    • Step Into Dance

    • Step into Dance is an inclusive dance programme for secondary schools in London and Essex. The programme is run by the Royal Academy of Dance and funded by the Jack Petchey Foundation. The programme began in 2007 after Jack Petchey approached the RAD with an idea to set up an extra-curricular dance programme for young ... Read »


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    • Tanja Liedtke Foundation

    • The Tanja Liedtke Foundation (German: Tanja Liedtke Stiftung) is a German-based charity supporting Modern and Contemporary Dance. It was established in July 2008 in honour of the dancer and choreographer, Tanja Liedtke who was killed the year before in a car accident in Sydney, Australia. The Foundation’s purpose ... Read »


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    • United Country Western Dance Council

    • The United Country Western Dance Council (UCWDC) is an organization that promotes Country-western dance worldwide both as art form and as a competitive dance sport. It was established in 1989 in Grantville, Pennsylvania, United States and was incorporated in 1990 as a non-profit organization in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. ... Read »


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    • United Dance Organisation

    • Founded in 2002 by Simon Dibley (CEO).United Dance Organisation (UDO) is now the largest street dance organisation in the world with over 75,000 members across 30 countries including Africa, Australia, Dubai, Germany, Japan and the Netherlands. UDO hosts 16 regional events annually, as well as Six Nations, British Cha ... Read »


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    • World Dance Council

    • The World Dance Council Ltd (WDC), is a registered limited company, and the legal successor to the International Council of Ballroom Dancing, and was established at a meeting organised by Phillip J. S. Richardson on 22 September 1950 in Edinburgh. For a period from 1996 to 2006, the WDC was known as the World Dance & D ... Read »


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    • World Irish Dance Association

    • World Irish Dance Association

      The World Irish Dance Association (W.I.D.A.) is an Open Irish Dance Organisation. ... Read »


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    • World Rock'n'Roll Confederation


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