Saturday April 20th at 14:00 in Studioscene 1, Brobjergskolen.
Please sign up at hannah(at)bora-bora.dk.

EAST GATE EUROPE 2013 marks the end of the two years running performing arts project DNA Development of New Art – Continuum 2011-2013.
Seven European cultural NGOs: NOVA SIT (Czech Republic), Schloss Bröllin (Germany), L1 Association (Hungary), Fish Eye Artistic Association (Lithuania), Chorea Theatre Association (Poland) A4 (Slovakia) and Bora Bora (Denmark) have taken part in this network which is now coming to an end.

We celebrate the success of the project by having an open meeting with all the European partners for interested parties in Aarhus/Denmark where we will discuss the perspectives in a project like DNA:

  • What is DNA?
  •  Which results have the network reached through the two year proces?
  •  What does Denmark (and the other countries) stand to gain from having their cultural institutions take part in international development projects?
  •  What do the organizations gain from participating in  international development projects?
  •  What do the artists gain from participating in  international development projects?


More about DNA

DNA supports talented emerging artists in the field of new theatre art who work on a project basis outside the established network of repertoire-based theatres, are on the edge between motion, physical, dance, visual, non-verbal, mimic and experimental theatre and cross over genres and are seeking new approach in their work.

The main project mission is to support their creative growth, trans-national mobility and good professional reconnection with the artistic colleagues and public from all over Europe.
The aim of the DNA is to support new thinking, new ideas and creators; to create a gene constitution for innovative expressions, creative dialogues and free artistic choices. The DNA project tries to bring new possibilities of participation for artists of the Central European region, with a special view of post-communistic countries.
The DNA project will nourish the new vital genome of the European Performing Arts with special focus on the cells of Performance, Dance, Physical theatre, Visual Art, New Media, Street Art and New Theatre Art.