TQW’s mission is to make arts and culture accessible to everyone. Our focus is on inclusion, accessibility, and individual assistance. Community is key. We want to bring you as close to the creative process as possible and hope to make contemporary dance and performance more visible.

From April to June, TQW presents special formats for the audience to meet artists and learn more about their work.

A rehearsal visit with Krõõt Juurak / PARASOL, the dance group of Tanzquartier Wien, for example, provides insights into the development phase of the piece SCHOOL.

The fully accessible and inclusive audiencing workshops BODYMUSIC (Doris Uhlich & Boris Kopeinig) and something different – the TQW Atelier with Frans Poelstra – provide an opportunity for anyone interested – with or without prior knowledge – to immerse themselves in an artist’s creative universe. These workshops are free of charge for refugees and holders of a Kulturpass.

Furthermore, the introduction to materials/the material by Sabina Holzer, Jack Hauser and Elisabeth Schäfer shortly before the performance of which zones provides insights into the materiality and the stage design of the performance.

In the Workshop on Stage format, participants without special (prior) knowledge can immerse themselves in an artist’s universe in the form of a 90-minute workshop and do so directly in the setting of a performance. Workshop participants will also get concessionary tickets for the performance. This time around, those attending will have the opportunity to move among the stage set of Untitled (Holding Horizon) together with Alex Baczyński-Jenkins.

All fully accessible offers are indicated in the programme booklet and on the website. Besides general information for people with disabilities, introductions to performances in plain language are available in the Accessibility section.

We are also happy to accommodate individual requests. For special group rates, please get in touch with our TQW audiencing team.