Tipperary Dance Platform
TDP’20 international dance festival
2-11 October 2020
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Who we are
Tipperary Dance Platform and Iseli-Chiodi Dance Company are non profit entities dedicated to the development of dance as an art form. Both entities are directed by Alexandre Iseli and Jazmin Chiodi, Ballyfaskin, Ballylanders, Co. Limerick, Ireland. The near totality of the activities reported through this website are non-profit, and supported with public funding, which gives us a duty to share and promote them publicly. Our activities are dedicated to develop and promote the creation, discussion, exchange and accessibility of artistic works and artistic practise.
We value your privacy
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How we use your data
We use your data to send you information on the activities of Tipperary Dance Platform:
TDP’ international dance festival.
Opportunities for artists such as (but not only): fellowships, bursaries, workshops, masterclasses, residencies, laboratories, performances.
Events in the community such as (but not only): dance in schools programmes, All Day Do Dance events, workshops and classes, activities with community groups.
We use your data to send you information on the activities of Iseli-Chiodi Dance Company:
The creation, performances and touring of art works.
Partnerships with other artists.
Occasionally, activities proposed by closely related artists or artistic organisations.
The data that we hold in our database
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Required information: your first name, last name, email address, town, and country, as well as a checkbox field indicating whether you are professionally involved in the arts sector.
Optional information: name of the company you work for, and your position (such as, for example: choreographer, dancer, venue director).
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More details on your address.
A phone number.
A second email address.
The URL of your personal or company website.
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