10-12 May 2008, Vilnius, Lithuania. Application deadline: 9 March 2008
Kedja has been initiated by several contemporary dance organizations from Nordic and Baltic states to hold 6 International dance encounters in the Nordic-Baltic countries 2008-2010.
Х kedja is for anyone interested in taking a closer look at how contemporary dance is organized and works in the Nordic-Baltic countries
Х kedja is for people who want to question and discuss the current situation
Х kedja is for people who want to co-operate across borders, creating better circumstances for the art of contemporary dance, and thereby stimulating and developing the art of dance
Artistic events, workshops, seminars and other kinds of exchange will take place, addressing the future of contemporary dance and its role in society by raising the awareness of dance, revealing potentials and facilitating development in all sectors of the art of dance Ц making a significant long-term impact on the artistic environment.
Registration is now open for the first kedja encounter seminar on Mobility and Touring, which will take place in Lithuania. Participation in the seminar is free and is available to dance professionals based in any geographical region. Nordic and Baltic participants can apply for economic support to attend the seminar.
Registration form is available online and must be completed before 9 March.
Danish Dance Information Centre, Dansens Hus, Copenhagen
Lithuanian Dance Information Centre, Vilnius
Dance Info Finland, Helsinki
Dance Information Norway, Oslo
Moderna Dansteatern, Stockholm
Iceland Dance Company, Reykjavik
For further information see kedja Web site.
Adapted from original text by kedja.
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