Touring Nordics with special guest: UK
– mutual 2 day roadmap exchange webinar for performing arts professionals >>> 27. + 28. October 13.00 – 14.30 CET
27 OCTOBER 2020 13:00-14:30 CET
Are you interested in knowing more about UK touring possibilities and general info about the UK performing arts sector?
We have invited UK experts to give us advise on future visa applications and general tips on UK preforming arts.
13:10: UK visa – CLAIRE SOPER – Relationship Manager Arts Council England
13:25: How we programme – NIC CONNAUGHTON – Head of Theatre at Pleasance Theatre
13:40: How we are planning to tour – LOUISE RICHARDS – Founder and Executive Director at Motionhouse Company
14:00: Networking (Breakout rooms with each of the invited guests)
14:15-14:30: Sharing perspectives
RSVP by 26oct20 through form:
ZOOM link will be forwarded by 10:00 on the 27oct20
28OCT20 13:00-14:30 CET
Are you interested in knowing more about NORDIC touring possibilities and general info about the NORDIC performing arts sector?
We have invited different festivals and venues in the Nordics to advise UK and NORDIC performing arts about the Nordic touring possibilities.
13:00: Welcome + Nordic visa
13:10: How we programme – ADAM J.K. POTRYKUS from Stockholm Fringe Festival [SE] (FESTIVAL)
13:20: How we programme – STINE NILSEN from CODA Oslo International Dance Festival [NO] (FESTIVAL)
13:30: Touring networks – KIRRE ARNEBERG Project Manager and National Coordinator at Dansenett Norge [NO]
13:40: How we programme – MIKAEL AALTONEN – Programme Manager at Dancehouse Helsinki [FI] (VENUE)
13:50: How we tour – LENE BOEL from Next Zone [DK] (NORDIC ARTIST)
14:00: Networking (Breakout rooms with each of the invited)
14:15-14:30: Sharing perspectives
RSVP by 27oct20 through form:
ZOOM link will be forwarded by 10:00 on the 28oct20
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
ABOUT THE PROJECT:
WILDTOPIA and Performing Arts Hub Norway together with Nordic partners has the past years collaborated promoting the Nordic present at Edinburgh Fringe. Seeing application deadline for Edinburgh 2021 coming up, we found it useful to get tips from UK experts when it comes to touring artists will need visas to perform in the UK from 2021. Also seeing that it is a good way of sharing info about our region to our UK colleges wanting to learn more about touring possibilities in the Nordics.
WILDTOPIA is a creative production and touring company based in Copenhagen, Denmark – acting internationally as strategic consultant, mentor, agent, producer and promoter of performing
arts. A Nordic focus has been on our agenda since the founding of the company in 2018. WILDTOPIA produces the showcase #DANISH at Edinburgh Festival Fringe – acting as operator for the Danish Arts Foundation. www.wildtopia.dk
ABOUT PERFORMING ARTS HUB NORWAY (PAHN)
PAHN is a national competence centre to promote professional performing arts domestically and abroad, emphasizing independent performing arts. PAHN functions as a performing arts advisor for The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and also manages the Ministry’s travel grant system for Norwegian performing artists performing abroad. https://www.stikk.no/reisestotte/
PAHN is part of Norwegian Arts Abroad
Norwegian Arts Abroad is a network of organizations. Members include Office of Contemporary Art Norway (OCA), Music Norway, Performing Arts Hub Norway (PAHN), Norwegian Crafts, DOGA, Norwegian Film Institute (NFI) and Norwegian Litterature Abroad (NORLA).
Norwegian Arts Abroad facilitates the promotion of Norway internationally through managing grant programs of artistic, commerce and export-oriented nature. The member organizations are working as intermediaries between the political leadership, research and cultural industries – and connects them with the public. The network is part of the Ministry of Culture’s instrumental system and act as advisors to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Supported by The Danish Arts Foundation.