The Jury of Perform Europe, funded by the EU under the Creative Europe programme, has selected 19 projects that aim to test innovative, more inclusive and sustainable performing arts touring and distribution models.
The most outstanding projects selected among 1,327 applicants will receive support to test their innovative models and practices until June 2022. These projects are 19 partnerships composed of performing arts producers and presenters from across all disciplines of the performing arts sector.
The Ukrainian Association ‘Contemporary Dance Platform’ is part of two of the 19 selected projects – ‘East is the Best’ and ‘The Body as Reference for (R)Evolution – Biotope’.
‘East is Best’ is composed of several performing arts organisations and festivals from the Baltic region and Central, South, and East Europe and aims at developing regional cooperation and touring of artists.
In the project ‘The Body as Reference for (R)Evolution – Biotope’ the performances from each individual partner will be collected on an online platform in the form of a living map.
Perform Europe is fully funded by Creative Europe with a budget of €2.25 million for 18 months.
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