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


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After working as a technical consultant at Bosch Automotive for years, Harutyun Alpetyan switched his professional interest over to arts. He had for years, even during his career as an engineer, created video documentary clips and finally saw an opportunity to shift his focus onto his artistic work.
 Hasan Zahirović isa PhD student, currently working at DAMU, Prague,.
I am Ilkin Aliyev (1995) - young performing art curator (social based) in Baku, Azerbaijan. I also work as project manager of Art Camp which aimed to develop contemporary art among young people and using art on solving social problems. 
Inga Remeta is a chairwoman, producer and programme coordinator of the Glej Theatre, Ljubljana, cooperator of the Asociacija – Association of Arts and Culture ngos and Freelancers in Ljubljana.
Irina Solomatina is the director of the experimental project “Gender Itinerary: a festival of ideas about gender/sex” (Minsk) and researcher of Center for European Studies (Minsk).
Her current place of work is “Observator cultural” magazine in Bucharest.
JAGNA ANDERSON lives and works as a multidisciplinary artist and art historian/curator in Berlin. Her artistic practice opens up new spaces in-between vocal performance art, choreography, installation and performative interventions into the urban environment.
Jakub Škorpil is now the editor of “Svět a divadlo” theatre magazine.