Along with the annual coproduction, l’Association des CDCN runs collective programs. The network of CDCNs has designed three teaching packets to help familiarize users with contemporary dance, its trends, and history. Taking various forms including a DVD, a website, and even performances and conferences, it can be adapted to any type of local context and to very diverse audiences. To complement these three opuses, Danses sans visa, an interactive website hosted by the INA (France’s national audiovisual archives), spearheaded by La Place de la Danse – CDCN Toulouse Occitnaie, and coproduced by the Association des CDCN, went public in 2015. That same year, Data-danse, a digital educational tool on the world of dance was inaugurated and coordinated by La Manufacture – CDCN Bordeaux Nouvelle Aquitaine in partnership with A-CDCN.
Committed to dance and dance education, the CDCNs have just published a book on their history and activities entitled En action. It was written by Marie-Christine Vernay, a reporter at Libération.