Dance Partnerships

Dance Partnerships

Together we are stronger

Presenting Denver understands the importance of community partnerships. Our aim is to develop long-term, lasting relationships with a broad range of community arts organizations, groups and individuals. We welcome collaborations which represent today’s community and move toward building an exciting future together.


The Newman Center for the Performing Arts, a multi-disciplinary arts venue at the University of Denver that provides innovative, diverse, and thought-provoking performances and education opportunities, is excited to announce a free, sky-high performance by BANDALOOP in honor of its 20th anniversary. 
The movement and climbing-trained dancers will perform LOOM:FIELD, a large-scale, site-specific outdoor vertical dance piece that deepens and challenges our perspective on the art and industry of textiles.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 at 4:30 p.m. along the walls of the Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science and the Sie Complex (2201 S Gaylord St.) 
Free and open to the community. 


Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and Presenting Denver: From the Bottom to the Top, Dance in The Dirty South


Presenting Denver and The Museum of Contemporary Art are looking for solos, duets and trios to be performed in predetermined locations around MCA, that can convey the aesthetic legacies and traditions of Black Culture in the African American South as seen through the lens of contemporary Black musical expression. Occupying all three floors of galleries at MCA Denver, The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse will make visible the roots of Southern hip hop culture and reveal how the aesthetic traditions of the African American South have shaped visual art and musical expression over the last 100 years.
Submissions are accepted between Sept 19 – Sept 30, 2022.