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

Maps of Fear / Maps of Identity. Polish-Ukrainian Performative Project



The Culture Practitioners Association (Stowarzyszenie Praktyków Kultury / Warsaw) together with numerous Ukrainian partner organizations and institutions, and with the support of EEPAP,  have launched the Polish-Ukrainian performative project “Maps of Fear / Maps of Identity”.
The project is realised in four Ukrainian cities and co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland. 

The main activities of the project include:

  • work sessions in Lviv (second half of May 2016) and Kharkiv (June/July 2016): workshops, discussions, lectures, and presentations
  • rehearsal session in Kyiv and Lviv (August/September 2016): common work on Polish-Ukrainian mobile coproduction
  • presentations of the coproduction in Kyiv, Lviv, Kharkiv, and Kherson (October/November 2016)

An Open Call was announced for the workshops for Ukrainian theatre directors, dramaturges and actors to participate in work sessions held in Lviv and Kharkiv.

To see the text of the open call in Ukranian, click here.

Results of the open call can be found here.

A report from the Lviv session is available here, with images by Maryana Pavlyuk and Roza Sarkisian viewable here.

Curator: Joanna Wichowska

Еxperts and collaborators: Lubov Ilnytska/Lviv, Maria Jasinska/Kyiv, Oksana Dudko / Lviv, Viktoria Shvydko / Lviv, Olya Mukhina / Lviv, Viktor Sobiianskyi / Kyiv,  Iryna Chuzhynova / Kyiv, Nadia Sokolenko / Kyiv, Yaroslava Bondarchuk / Kharkiv, Mykola Homanyuk / Kherson