Share your experiences with keðja seen in relation to EU, answer this survey!

Clare Sherlog is a junior at Princeton University studying public policy in the Woodrow Wilson School. She is currently conducting independent research on cultural policies in the European Union, and have been studying keðja as an example of a cultural policy that promotes intercultural dialogue.

The  answers to the survey below will help her examine the effects of keðja in particular as a method of promoting unity and identity under the European Union. If you have participated in keðja activities please answer the survey:


Thank you in advance, looking forward to hearing back from you.

Clare E. Sherlog
Princeton University Class of 2017
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Program in Dance, Lewis Center for the Arts

The Writing Movement catalogue is out!

The project catalogue: Expeditions in Dance Writing. Writing Movement 2012 – 2014,  is out! The catalogue will be available in all the Nordic and Baltic countries. A list of places where you can pick up a free copy  will be published on For larger quantities of the catalogue (over 50), contact the project manager: sigrun(at)
The book contains facts about the project, interviews with all network partners about dance and writing in the Nordic-Baltic countries, eight commissioned texts and eight texts from the Writing Movement Call for Articles.

WM publication