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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 »

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 »

CZECH DANCE / THEATRE / LITERATURE / MUSIC / CONTEMPORARY ART GUIDE – A New Way to Navigate the Czech Arts

As part of its mission to promote Czech arts abroad, the Arts and Theatre Institute published a series of guides to Czech dance, theatre, music, literature and contemporary art. Each guide offers a brief historical background to its given field, information on current projects, portraits of top artists, important figures and arts bodies in the field, an extensive up-to-date directory of artists,... Read More »

Travelogue 2: Future steps

The culture sector, local, regional, national and European policy makers have to find adequate answers to ever-changing practices in transnational cultural exchange: export, import, various forms of cooperation, mobility of people and artworks. Better monitoring and measuring of mobility is crucial and reliable statistics and data collection are key to developing future culture mobility policies, ... Read More »