A programme by Performing Arts Fund NL to promote Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.
Check out the lastest news about Dutch Performing Arts' activities, open calls, and other developments related to Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.

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27 May. '21

Four Netherlands-based theatremakers in PerformLab exchange programme Turkey

From 29 May - 6 June 2021 Kundura Stage in Istanbul, Turkey will host the first edition of PerformLab, an exchange programme that offers new perspectives to a fresh generation of theatremakers. The programme is organised in collaboration with Productiehuis Theater Rotterdam (TR), and supported by Dutch Performing Arts and the Netherlands consulate-general in Istanbul. Four Netherlands-based theatremakers have been selected to take part in the exchange programme in Istanbul: Cherish Menzo, Benjamin Kahn, Khadija El Kharraz Alami and Samara Hersch.
11 May. '21

Become an IETM Global Connector for 2021-2022

IETM Global Connect is a new programme launched and led by IETM - International network for contemporary performing arts and created with the support of IETM’s Associate Members, including Dutch Performing Arts. The goal of Global Connect is to make the network more inclusive, diverse and accessible. Through an open call, IETM invites performing arts professionals worldwide (including producers, artists, managers, presenters) to apply, who have at least 5 years of professional experience in the field and are committed to increasing global awareness, inclusion, accessibility and connectivity – in the sector at large and in their communities. Deadline for applications is 7 June 2021.
20 Apr. '21

Apply for ISPA's Netherlands Fellowship Programme 2022-2024

The Netherlands Fellowship Programme provides access to ISPA's extensive international network of arts professionals to three mid-career leaders from the Netherlands' performing arts community. The programme is made possible by Dutch Performing Arts. Deadline for applications is 21 May 2021.
20 Apr. '21

29 Dutch theatre & dance companies spotlighted on new Chinese platform

The new online platform DutchFocus-China.com spotlights 29 theatre and dance companies from the Netherlands. The platform was developed with the support of Dutch Performing Arts, in response to the lack of international touring opportunities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
6 Apr. '21

Open call for Netherlands-based companies and ensembles: ready for the next step abroad?

With a new programme for international promotional activities, the Performing Arts Fund NL offers Netherlands-based companies and ensembles the chance to develop and execute an international promotional plan.
18 Mar. '21

For artists under 30: open call MittelYoung

Mittelfest invites young artists to send in their theatre, dance or music project for MittelYoung (24-27 June 2021) and Mittelfest (27 August-5 September 2021). The call is open to artists, ensembles and companies who are under 30 and based in Central Europe or the Balkans. Deadline for applications is 31 March 2021.
17 Mar. '21

World Theatre Day 2021: Message by Helen Mirren

27 March marks World Theatre Day, the annual worldwide celebration of theatre. The council of the International Theatre Institute selected stage, screen and television actress Helen Mirren to write the World Theatre Day Message for 2021.
8 Mar. '21

New grant for international co-productions

The Performing Arts Fund NL introduces a new grant for international co-productions. This grant allows Netherlands-based organisations to establish a partnership with an organisation outside the Netherlands, in order to develop or produce performances or concerts.
22 Jan. '21

Grants and programmes for international performances and promotion

The Performing Arts Fund NL offers several grants for the performance and promotion of Dutch performing arts abroad. Check out our overview of upcoming deadlines.
14 Oct. '20

Meet the Dutch groups selected for the China (Beijing) Performing Arts Expo 2020

Dutch Performing Arts organises a showcase at the online edition of China (Beijing) Performing Arts Expo (CPAX) 2020 to present tour-ready shows from the Netherlands, suitable for the Chinese market. Meet the [NUMBER] Dutch groups selected for CPAX 2020.
14 Sep. '20

Open call: apply now to showcase at the online China (Beijing) Performing Arts Expo 2020

Dutch Performing Arts organises a showcase at the online edition of China (Beijing) Performing Arts Expo (CPAX) 2020 to present tour-ready shows from the Netherlands, suitable for the Chinese market. Deadline for submissions is 17 September 2020.
10 Sep. '20

Jibbe Willems wins French literary translation of De Poolse Bruid

Dutch playwright Jibbe Willems wins a French literary translation of his theatre text 'De Poolse Bruid'. The text will also have a staged reading during the prestigious Festival d’Avignon.
26 Aug. '20

Dutch and British playwrights reflect on shared colonial history

By Koen Guiking It started with an idea to bring two Dutch and two British playwrights together, all with family roots outside of Europe, in countries that were once colonised, to reflect on this colonial history and to what extend it had shaped their identities. They would all come together, talk about their backgrounds, share ideas, and subsequently each would write a short script for a play. But the project, called Boom!, gradually grew larger after the initial seed for an idea was planted in late 2019. There are now seven playwrights involved, building on their original short scripts, working with actors and technicians to bring their plays to life. Boom! is funded by Dutch Performing Arts and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the UK.
2 Jun. '20

Call for applications: residency at Kinosaki International Arts Center

The Kinosaki International Arts Center in Japan is currently accepting applications for the 2021-2022 artist-in-residence programme. Deadline for applications: 14 June 2020.
19 May. '20

For Dutch artists: funding to collaborate with a British cultural institution

Are you a Dutch artist looking to start a collaboration with a British cultural institution in this time of travel restrictions and social distancing? The Embassy of the Netherlands in the United Kingdom has funding available.
11 May. '20

Effects of Dutch Performing Arts’ and Dutch Music Export’s activities in 2017 and 2018

Research reveals that Dutch Performing Arts successfully expands and intensifies relationships between supply (Dutch producers/artists) and demand (international presenters). Dutch Performing Arts’ international promotional activities in 2017 & 2018 led to new relevant contacts and the consolidation of ties with existing contacts. There is a greater interest in and awareness of performing arts from the Netherlands. Although Dutch Performing Arts cannot directly affect the extent to which parties actually book performing arts from the Netherlands, half of the Dutch respondents who participated in a professionals’ programme reported seeing an increase in bookings.
26 Mar. '20

For artists: Apply now for Gwacheon Festival's off-programme

Street art festival Gwacheon Festival invites artists to submit work for their off-programme. The festival's 2020 edition takes place from 24-27 September 2020 in Gwacheon, South Korea.
23 Mar. '20

Updated: professionals' programmes for dance and (music) theatre presenters in 2020

Throughout 2020 Dutch Performing Arts collaborates with renowned Dutch festivals for the organisation of professionals' programmes. At the invitation of the organising festival, international dance and (music) theatre presenters take part in a tailor-made programme. They will experience (new) Dutch work, meet Netherlands-based artists and companies, and attend pitch sessions and networking events.
23 Mar. '20

Updated: Dutch festivals and professionals' programmes in 2020

Throughout 2020 Dutch Performing Arts collaborates with renowned Dutch festivals for the organisation of professionals' programmes aimed at music, dance and (music) theatre presenters.
23 Mar. '20

COVID-19 developments

Dutch Performing Arts closely monitors the developments concerning COVID-19 (coronavirus). Circumstances are evolving rapidly and have a significant impact on the professional performing arts sector.

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