East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

Dimanche Rouge, Tallinn, Estonia



Time: Dimanche Rouge will hold a festival in Tallinn, Estonia on October 20th and 21st.

Please apply by clicking on the link below and the organizers will send you further details about accommodation, the program, and funding packages/letters of invitation http://dimancherouge.wordpress.com/tallinn-estonia-october-21-2012/



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Experimental art performances in all formats including, but not limited to, multimedia, dance, performance art, video, sound, actions, body art, interventions, street art, spoken word and installations are currently being considered.

The events will take place at the Kumu Art Museum of Estonia and the Culture Factory Polymer. Kumu is the largest museum in the Baltics and one of the largest art museums in Northern Europe. In 2003, the former toy factory Culture Factory Polymer became one of the main strong points for alternative un-institutionalized culture in Tallinn.

Dimanche Rouge Estonia is endorsed by institutions and partners including Ile de France, the French Institute in Estonia, the Estonian Ministry of Culture, the Estonian Embassy in Paris, Culture Factory Polymer, and the Kumu Art Museum of Estonia.

Through their partner Culture Factory Polymer will be able to provide free accommodation for the participating artists.

Important information:

Please note that the Dimanche Rouge works without a budget and therefore will not be able to provide any funding, but may be able to help you find funding. Dimanche Rouge are currently working on getting sponsorships and partnerships for participants.

What is Dimanche Rouge?

Since its start in February 2011, Dimanche Rouge’s events have showcased work from over 500 artists from 52 different countries.

Dimanche Rouge’s mission is to promote contemporary art performances by reaching a large and diverse public, providing a permanent platform for experimental art, and fostering international exchanges. Dimanche Rouge’s core development is a monthly and free experimental performance event based in Paris, France. This event was born out of a need for a permanent platform for experimental performances in Paris, and is now established at different venues for international artists to perform. Dimanche Rouge is currently developing projects abroad intended to create sustainable cultural and artistic exchanges.