International residency partners
|National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying)
”Center for arts, arts for the people”
National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying) in Taiwan is an international arts center focusing on talent development and public service as well as showcasing high quality performing arts and cultural events. The venue consists of multiple spaces, designated to several different forms of stage arts, opera and concerts.
|Circuit-Est – Centre Choreographique
” A place for contemporary dance”
Circuit-Est Centre Coréographique supports professionals within contemporary dance through providing resources for research, creation, advanced training, and professional development. Circuit-Est has five studios to its availability and offers many activities for dance professionals as well as community outreach.
|Theatre Sevelin 36
”A choreographic haven”
Théâtre Sévelin 36 is a place for dance, which offers performing arts works with artistic quality and attracts a wide variety of audiences. Théâtre Sévelin 36 also presents a lot of young artists and often have residencies. Furthermore, they programme festivals.
”A house for dance, image and sound”
STUK is a performing arts venue where artists can develop and create new work, within the contexts of dance, images, sound and all in between. STUK considers the social context art arises from an integral aspect of its working field and furthermore STUK is working towards bringing artists and audiences together through active relations.
“International venue for performing arts”
Bergen International Theatre – (BIT) Teatergarasjen is a venue in Bergen, with a particular interest in international cooperation and work across artistic genres. BIT Teatergarasjen is involved in co-producing and supporting different kinds of projects both in terms of production and realization, with a focus on high quality works.
| Reykjavík Dance Festival
“International centre for choreographic practices”
Reykjavík Dance Festival is an international centre for choreographic practices with a focal interest in engaging the audiences. Reykjavík Dance Festivals activities include national and international initiatives throughout the year in the form of mini-festival formats, workshops, and residencies aside from the main festival event in August every year.
“The place to be”
MDT is an international co-production platform and venue for contemporary choreography and performance. The venue consists of one stage and two studios in the middle of Stockholm, where MDT presents performances, showings, festivals, talks and conferences.
“Progressive dance organisation”
Zodiak – Center for New Dance is a progressive dance organisation in Helsinki that produces, present and promote works of high artistic quality and innovation. Zodiak provides a creative environment and collegial platform for independent dance artists and groups.