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DANST is Danspunt’s quarterly magazine. It tells you everything you need to know about what’s hot and what’s not in the world of dance: from young talent and ground-breaking initiatives, across profound interviews with makers, to interesting factoids and news.

Pick up a free copy of DANST from 200 cultural centres, libraries, schools and so on. They are available in the Aeolus racks. Look hereto discover where you can find them near you.

DANST is only available in Dutch.

Subscribe?

Do you love to dive into DANST and would you like to receive the magazine 4 times per year in your letterbox? Subscribe for only 14 euro per year and you won’t have to miss a single issue!

Become a DANST groupie?

Do you want to distribute DANST among the teachers of your dance school, your students, in a culture cafĂ©, library …? Then the DANST groupies subscription is for you!

  • 5 x 4 numbers per year = 60 euros (instead of 70 euros)
  • 10 x 4 number per year = 100 euro (instead of 140 euro)

How to subscribe? Send an email to communicatie@danspunt.be.

Become a friend of DANST

Become a friend of DANST and get the magazine sent to you to distribute among your members or audience (choose a box of 25, 50 or 75 copies). The best thing of all is: we also offer you advertising space (ÂĽ page) in one edition of DANST of your choice. You will also be mentioned in our contributor list.

Non-subsidised dance schools, companies, groups and/or organisations can become a friend for 150 euros per year. Other organisations can support DANST for 300 euros per year.

Convinced? Or would you like to receive more information? We look forward to hearing from you at communicatie@danspunt.be.

Want to advertise?

Do you want to draw extra attention to a special activity or really highlight your services? Don’t hesitate: put an advertisement in DANST. See our rates, deadlines and technical details.

What’s hot in the world of dance? Read all about it in DANST, our quarterly magazine (only available in Dutch).

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