Ongoing projects

keðja – connecting the Nordic-Baltic contemporary dance community

The keðja project began in 2008 initiated by 6 dance organisations in the Nordic and baltic countries. Since then 10 Encounters (conferences/seminars) have taken place in 8 countries and self governing areas. From 2012 – 2015 more activities were added, – Wilderness residencies, two Think Tanks, Writing Movement activities and a Mentoring Scheme. The project has twice received suppor... Read More »

Co-operative Internships

Some Enicpa activities occupy more time than members can spend: the internal communication, presentations of the network and the preparation of the round table meetings. In these cases an intern – hosted by a member institution – can be of help. Maybe the member institution hosts an intern anyway and him or her can be involved in Enicpa network task easily. It would ease the work to prepare a ... Read More »

Experts Exchange Program

ENICPA encourages member institutions to organize national, regional or local round tables about the value of information and documentation services. ENICPA supports these events organized by a member institution. The network will cover the costs of an external speaker who is a representative of another member institution. The programme supports travel costs and accommodation up to 500,00 €. The... Read More »

SharedSpace: Music Weather Politics

Series of gatherings SharedSpace: Music Weather Politics that take place in The Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute in Warsaw (PL) from September 2013 until November 2014 are part of the beginning phase of the Prague Quadrennial’s long-term exploration within the SharedSpace: Music Weather Politics 2013–2016 project. This international workshops in Warsaw have an aim to create an environment ... Read More »

World Scenography

World Scenography is a book series that documents significant contemporary theatrical design worldwide since 1975. It is an official project of OISTAT, the International Organisation of Scenographers, Theatre Architects and Technicians. The international editorial team for World Scenography is led by co-editors Peter McKinnon (Canada) and Eric Fielding (USA). The Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institu... Read More »

Unpack the Arts (2012–2014)

Unpack the Arts is a European project that provides residencies for cultural journalists in the context of twelve major festivals programming contemporary circus. Unpack the Arts is a European project funded with support of the Culture Programme of the European Union. The project leader is Circuscentrum (Flemish information center for circus in Gent) and the project partners are nine European circ... Read More »

Czech Cultural and Creative Industries Mapping (2011-2015)

In March 2011, Arts Institute launched a follow-up project – Czech Cultural and Creative Industries Mapping (2011-2015). The aim of the project is to collect robust data on conditions and economic performance of CCI in the Czech Republic, and subsequently carry out a detailed analysis of the acquired data. The project will also include a comparative study of the situation in the Czech Republ... Read More »

PACE.V4 (Performing Arts Central Europe – Visegrad Countries Focus)

Performing Arts Central Europe – Visegrad Countries Focus (PACE.V4) is a pilot project of joint presentation of the four Visegrad countries at major international events, such as the biggest world performing arts markets or important international theatre/dance/music festivals. The aim of the project is long-term cooperation on joint presentations of the contemporary theatre, dance and music ... Read More »

Linked Heritage (Europeana project)

The Arts and Theatre Institute is a partner in the project ‘Linked Heritage – Coordination of Standards and Technologies for the Enrichment of Europeana’. The project is aimed at cultural heritage and groups mainly institutions with a cultural mission, such as libraries, archives, galleries and museums. Launched on 1 April 2011, the project runs for a duration of thirty months and its outcom... Read More »

European Route of Historic Theatres

The Arts and Theatre Institute (CZ) and Instytut Teatralny im. Zbigniewa Raszewskiego (PL) are partners in a project called the ‘European Route of Historic Theatres’, which is implanted by Perspectiv, the association of historic theatres, and runs from 2012 to 2017. The aim of the project is to create an online database, exhibitions, conferences, and information campaigns designed to chart, de... Read More »

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