The ADC provides services that support the artistic work of professional dancers, choreographers, and dance educators, and advance the artistic experiences of dance students and audiences. Our programs and services include:
Our largest annual program serving Alabama’s dance community and the entire Southeast. Activities related to the Festival include performances, community residencies, school outreach and teacher training, master classes, and audition opportunities for summer and college dance programs.
A day of free community dance classes for all ages and a free showcase performance celebrating all forms of dance in our community.
The Alabama Dance Council presented Wideman Davis Dance’s premiere of Migratuse Ataraxia at the Klein-Wallace plantation house in Harpersville during the 2020 Alabama Dance Festival. Migratuse Reimagined is the next iteration of this project.
A national initiative by Dance/USA, the national service organization for professional dance, to explore and research methods of engaging audiences for dance, learn from peers, and share the learning nationally.
Our three-year celebration of the cultural diversity of our state through dance. Our different cultural perspectives will be explored through movement to delve into personal history and identity, connected by the themes of place, home and community.
A portable sprung dance floor available for rental with discounted competitive rates and an extra discount for ADC members.
Grant writing assistance, strategic planning, group facilitation, fiscal sponsorship, and more.