East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
PACE.V4 (Performing Arts Central Europe – Visegrad Countries Focus) Touring Conference
The PACE.V4 Touring Conference will take place on 4th to 15th June, 2016 in 7 locations in Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland (Budapest and its surroundings Tatabánya and Zsámbék), Topol’čany, Žilina, Olomouc, Ostrava, Katowice, Krakow). The conference is organized in frame of the PACE.V4 project, realised with cooperation of The Arts and Theatre Insitute.
The professional profile of the conference participants should be connected with the field of performing arts and culture, e.g. dramaturges, curators, critics, researchers, artists, cultural managers, decision-makers and experts from all over the world (see conditions for participation below). 17 representatives from V4 region and Eastern Partnership countries will form the core of the group. The total number of participants is approx. 50 persons.
ORGANIZERS OF THE CONFERENCE
The conference is organized in frame of the PACE.V4 project. Performing Arts Central Europe – Visegrad Countries Focus (PACE.V4) is a project of a continuous co-operation of Visegrad performing arts organizations. This network was established in order to develop a common presentation and research stratégy with the goals to strengthen the coherence of the Visegrad group countries, to foster its visibility at the international cultural scene, to promote current performing arts sector of the Visegrad countries and the brand “Visegrad” in general and to enhance international contacts and co-operation of Visegrad artists and stakeholders on the international level. The strategy is applied as in priority international events such as the biggest world performing arts markets or important international theatre/dance/music festivals, so within the Visegrad region in form of specialized events (conferences, meetings, workshops, presentations, networking program).
For more details, contact information, and to register for the conference, follow this link.
he project is realized by following institutions:
- Arts and Theatre Institute, Prague; www.idu.cz, www.theatre.cz (coordinator)
- Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute, Warsaw; www.instytutteatralny. pl
- Theatre Institute, Bratislava, Slovakia; www.theatre.sk
- Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute, Budapest, www.performingartsV4.eu Hungary; www.oszmi.hu
The conference is funded by The International Visegrad Fund.