In 2024, IterCulture joined the Anticorpi XL Network as its first Sicilian member, aiming at:
enhancing young auteur dance projects,
promoting collaborations with other regions in Italy,
projecting Sicilian needs on a national level,
supporting emerging creativity in Sicily.
Anticorpi XL is the Italian network focusing on young auteur dance. Founded in 2007, it currently involves 40 structures in 17 regions and represents a concrete and significant example of the promotion of the new generation of Italian choreographers. It is a network of operators who share the conception and implementation of projects through the networking of individual resources.
Anticorpi XL proposes an articulated range of actions aiming at promoting the mobility of choreographers, responding to their needs in the different phases of their professional growth: from beginners looking for training and tutoring experiences to authors who already stood out for their defined artistic profile and now wish to experiment with the most complex processes of creation. A mix of different profiles and tasks highlighting each individual feature, making it possible to create a diversified offer for artists and moments of meeting and confrontation to know and get to know each other, learn and make mistakes, where the right to get wrong is an essential factor for the artistic growth of the new generations.
Young auteur dance Showcase eXtra
Aimed at mapping the new generations of choreographers and supporting their visibility on the national scene, this action is a vital means to promote heterogeneous languages, formats and poetics in Italy.
places and artist residency projects for choreographic creations
The action is dedicated to artist residencies for choreographic creations that supports choreographers and dancers who wish to research, create and produce new dance works.
Danza Urbana XL
contemporary dance in urban landscapes
Through the creation of a touring programme in festivals and exhibitions, the action promotes the dissemination of creations conceived for non-theatrical spaces and formats by Italian authors selected through an annual call by the artistic commission made up of some of the Network partners.