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 for young artists interested in examine contemporary scenography and new forms of space in relation with SharedSpace theme.

Music, Weather, Politics is the central thematic framework of the international scenography research and artistic project SharedSpace, aiming to create platform for exploration, redefining and creating, performative environments. Organized by the Prague Quadrennial and 13 European institutions, SharedSpace: Music Weather Politics is open for all scenographers, theatre-makers, architects, theorists, art professionals, students and wide public. Symposia, exhibitions and educational modules will be held in 11 European countries intensively, with the culmination point at Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space 2015.

SharedSpace is organized by the Prague Quadrennial in cooperation with:
Finnish National Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art, Kiasma Theatre; New Theatre Institute of Latvia; Santarcangelo dei Teatri; Victoria and Albert Museum; HKU Theatre, University of the Arts, Utrecht; Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague; The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; Centre for Creative Actions IMPACT Macedonia; Center for Polish Scenography, Silesian Museum; Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute; Norwegian Theatre Academy/Østfold University College; The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia; School of Visual Theatre Jerusalem.

Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space is the world’s largest event dedicated to theatre architecture and scenography, perceiving it as an open category with strong interdisciplinary discourse. Continuously mapping and exhibiting the world’s best in the field of scenography and performance design for nearly 50 years, the Prague Quadrennial now heads towards the 13th edition in June 2015. It is organized and funded by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and realized by the Arts and Theatre Institute (CZ).

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union.

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