DNA Development of New Art, Continuum 2011 - 2013
Start date: Sep 1, 2011,
||)) ||\\|| //\\ Development of New Art || Continuum 2011 - 2013 is a project of the 8 European cultural NGO: New Web (Czech Republic), Entré Scenen (Denmark), Schloss Bröllin (Germany), L1 (Hungary), Fish Eye artistic association (Lithuania), Chorea theatre association (Poland), A4 (Slovakia), Glej Theatre (Slovenia).Long term project mission is to support talented emerging artists, their creative growth and exchange of experiences, intercultural competences, trans-national mobility and good professional reconnection with the artistic colleagues and public from all over Europe. DNA project favors to creative and culturally versatile European society.The aim of the DNA Continuum 2011 - 2013 is to improve accessibility of the creative self expression and participation in the involved EU regions through the invention of the new cultural services and products based on new thinking, creative processes, vital inspiration and encouragement of the artists and public to be real agents of change in the social and creative entrepreneurship. Project creates 4 programme cells:LAB residencies, workshop festival, school of critical writingMATRIX artistic co-productionsHELIX festivals´ network in partners countries (show-cases)CODE circulation of the new works around the partners countries DNA will contribute to long-life education, open topics of arrogance and ignorance, it will touch the role of the cultural home defense and it will deconstruct and recreate actual significances of the European identity.The DNA Continuum 2011 - 2013 project will bring conceptual and practical possibilities for artists to create and share widely a gene constitution for innovative expressions, creative dialogues and free artistic choices. The DNA project is twisting the new vital spiral of the European Performing Arts with special attention on the strings of Performance, Dance, Physical theatre, Visual Art, New Media, Street Art and New Theatre Art.
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