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Supported by Dutch Performing Arts, International Society for the Performing Arts’ (ISPA) Netherlands Fellowship Programme provides mid-career performing arts professionals with the opportunity to expand their international networks and develop their careers. Mark Hospers (NL), Miranda Lakerveld (NL), Kiki Raposo de Haas (NL), and Reem Allam (EG) have been selected to take part in the Netherlands Fellowship Programme 2022-2024.
This summer cultural meeting center La Chartreuse presents readings of the work of Dutch playwrights Magne van den Berg and Frank Siera, and Flemish playwright Jan Sobrie. The French translations of their texts will be read in front of professional and regular audiences on 21 and 24 July in Villeneuve lez Avignon. The readings at La Chartreuse as well as the translations themselves are part of a four-year project to promote Dutch-language theatre texts in French-speaking regions, a joint effort of Dutch Performing Arts, Maison Antoine Vitez, Flanders Arts Institute, and Flanders Literature.
Dutch Performing Arts and A L’ARME! Festival join forces to present music from the Netherlands, live in Berlin. The Dutch line-up features concerts by Moondog Project, Genevieve Murphy & Andy Moor, and Peter Zegveld & Terrie Ex. A L’ARME! Festival takes place from 29-31 July.
Browse through RESHAPE: A workbook to reimagine the art world
The Performing Arts Fund NL is associate partner of RESHAPE, a research and development project that brought together artists, art professionals, and organisations from Europe and the southern Mediterranean to create new organisational models and alternative ways of working. The project aims to respond to today’s challenges, aligning fairness, solidarity, and sustainability with the civil role of the arts. Exploring the expertise of those already experimenting with new models and ways of working, the RESHAPE workbook gathers instruments for transition towards a new, fairer arts ecosystem. Browse through the workbook on the RESHAPE website.