EU projects in the Norwegian performing arts landscape
EU projects; in the starting pit, along the way, afterwards, further, again?
In connection with the workshop performance “Failure Landscape” which has emerged after one of the artist laboratories in the EU project PUSH +, we look at the way forward, and at other projects with Norwegian partners with an emphasis on the artistic.
In February, the last workshop in the EU project PUSH + will be held in Trondheim. Performers from several European countries come here to work together on the theme «Different Bodies». Fiona Ferguson, from lead partner Imaginate, talks about the project which is now entering its final phase.
The EU project TEEN has completed two projects, and has applied for a third with new partners. Former partner from the UK, Performing Dialogue by Chris Blois-Brooke / and former partner from Norway, Scenekunstbruket talks about the tools that have been developed in the EU project and which now live on on their own.
The EU project ConnectUp, where Assitej Norway is the festival partner and the University of Agder is the lead partner, is in its first phase. Theis Irgens, project manager at Assitej Norway, talks about how ConnectUp is structured and the festivals’ role in the project.
Photo: PUSH + Failure lab. Photographer: Jassy Earl