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Knowledge transfer
the so-called eye level – power-critical collaboration on the slippery slopes of joint (project) work
online

When working together, there are hierarchies, whether we like it or not. Sometimes it has to do with individual ways of working, sometimes it is due to the responsibilities of tasks, or both. Hierarchies are not bad in themselves, unless they are denied, or they are not comprehensible. In any case, they require common, transparent agreements. In this workshop we would like to find out with the participants how hierarchies and unresolved power relations can be detected and addressed in the context of cooperation and which tools are needed for this.

More information

Knowledge transfer
excel is a life (or at least a style)
online

The joint working session excel is a life (or at least a style) is more of an exchange platform for Excel nerds than a well-paced workshop. In this open format, we share individual problems and challenges that still concern us despite our knowledge of Excel. All participants are available to help each other in a mutual exchange.

The prerequisite for participation is therefore to bring your own issue or problem in working with Excel in the context of production work in the independent performing arts and to present it in an open exchange format.

More information

Exchange & Networking
companionship programme
online

In the digital companionship programme, one companion with transnational expertise supports one participant in the development and expansion of their own transnational working practice as a producer in the independent performing arts. The ten companionship duos will each spend six individual companionship sessions independently and self-organised in the digital space with a focus on personal exchange of experience and knowledge on transnational contexts and relationships. We will accompany the six individual sessions in the respective duo constellations with digital supporting events: a common kick-off and closing meeting, informal meetings between the companions and participants, a moderated reflection session and three public inputs on selected topics of the programme.

More information

Knowledge transfer
producing accessibility between retrofitting and aesthetics of access
online

Time, money, and the involvement of experts are decisive factors in producing accessibility. To work as an anti-ableist producer, one constantly explores their scope for action and deals with different conditions.

The speakers will distinguish the two concepts and share criteria, using various examples from their own anti-ableist practice. In the workshop, we will work together to develop an understanding of how to plan accessibility measures for your own project with different time and budget constraints and implement them with experts.

More information

Knowledge transfer
how to be an ally? – practicing solidarity
online

In the workshop, the participants deal with power structures and (their own) privileges and develop strategies for mutual support in the hierarchical theater structures. They will also look at their own resources and how they can make use of them. How can I become sensitive to implicit exclusion and discrimination? How can I support colleagues who are subjected to racist attacks? How can I express criticism without jeopardizing my career?

The aim of the workshop is to unite theater makers through sensitization and to enable new forms of community in the field of theater.

More information

Scholarships
#88 the poetic, political and narrative potential of wallpaper
Augsburg, Deutschland

– Let’s talk about Wallpaper –

We, “The Lemon” collective, will explore the Poetic, Political, and Narrative Potential of wallpapers – a seemingly mundane silent witness that is around us.

Coming from different backgrounds in classical music, software engineering, theatrical performance, and multimedia art, we peel back the layers, discovering a tapestry of stories.

Sitting in a bar staring at the wall while having nothing serious to say, made us discover personal and cultural connections to the topic.

We seek to unravel the storytelling potential, finding parallels to political issues such as gentrification of cities and socio-economic differences.

Who is able to shape their personal surroundings to their wishes? How much do our surroundings influence our way of thinking/feeling?

THE LEMON : Alicia Reyes, Lucas Xerxes, Robin Plenio, Joern Griepenburg

More information

Scholarships
#87 a miscarriage of freedom
Marburg, Deutschland

In the heart of the post-Soviet era, we as a group of young Russians, the first free generation, confronts the complexities of our homeland’s socio-political landscape. Faced with challenges, including widespread arrests and a stifling atmosphere, we embark on a profound research project focusing on the omnipresent tool wielded by the Putin regime: propaganda.

This interdisciplinary team, consisting of actors, musicians, and a puppet theater artist, aims to dissect the evolution of Russian propaganda from the Soviet Union’s collapse to the present day. Rejecting traditional hierarchical structures, the team operates horizontally, exploring the effectiveness of a leaderless collaborative approach in artistic endeavors.

Ilya Khodyrev, Mikhail Poliakov, Vsevolod Kovalenko, Tatyana Ochsenohr

More information

Festivals
Theaternatur Festival
Benneckenstein, Deutschland

The THEATERNATUR FESTIVAL takes place annually in August on and around the Waldbühne Benneckenstein in the Oberharz region and in the entire border triangle of Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Lower Saxony.

More information

Festivals
Theaternatur Festival
Oberharz am Brocken, Deutschland

The THEATERNATUR FESTIVAL takes place annually in August on and around the Waldbühne Benneckenstein in the Oberharz region and in the entire border triangle of Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Lower Saxony.

More information

Festivals
Theaternatur Festival
Oberharz am Brocken, Deutschland

The THEATERNATUR FESTIVAL takes place annually in August on and around the Waldbühne Benneckenstein in the Oberharz region and in the entire border triangle of Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Lower Saxony.

More information

Scholarships
#86 [wiggle]contact
Lübeck, Deutschland

[Whole]Contacts create a state of suspension full of ambiguity. When and how does contact arise, what are the limits and what happens if it flickers, exists for a while and then doesn’t again? We want to research establishing contact, maintaining contact and breaking off contact and investigate how these processes work or fail. As a young theater collective, it is important to us to break down elitist barriers to access to theater as well as those between audience and performers. In our research we deal with physical and linguistic [shaky] contact in analog and digital space, as well as their entanglement.

FUTUR.X: Fiona Grün, Anastiya Shtemenko , Alexandra Paal, Sophie Gigou, Stefan Ammer

More information

Scholarships
#85 artistic tools of barrier-free aesthetics
Oldenburg, Deutschland

We, Pia Katharina Jendreizik, Declan Hurley and Brice Stapelfeldt from people like die, are exploring, together with Fia Neises, the chances and possibilities of a form of stage expression that includes deaf, blind and visually impaired, hearing and sighted artists and their audiences and their individual Perceptual styles taken into account.

Our goal is to develop a barrier-free aesthetic practice. The starting point will (as always) be communication. How do we organize ourselves? How do we find an equal basis? How do we ask each other questions and what questions do we ask?

What is important for the development of barrier-free aesthetics? What is possible? What do we want? How do we build on experiences we have? What do we share? What could we share?

PEOPLE LIKE THIS : Declan Hurley, Pia Katharina Jendreizik, Brice Stapelfeldt, Fia Neises

More information

Knowledge transfer
grant law: paths through the maze
online

The funding grant notification has arrived! But what happens now? What actually does necessary, economical and sparingly mean, what is unsexy called regulation on sub-threshold procurement (in German even unsexier: Unterschwellenvergabeordnung) or an early commencement of the project? What in the Federal Travel Expenses Act is important for us who work in cultural funding, which documents do I have to collect and how do I document/explain correctly?

More information

Knowledge transfer
excel is not a solution (but a tool)
online

The workshop excel is not a landscape has laid the foundations for budget monitoring within an individual production in the independent performing arts. By linking a continuous document entry with the cost centres within the cost and financing plan, a system is created that allows producers to see at any time which funds from the overall and individual budgets are still available for use in a production and which have already been spent.

More information

Knowledge transfer
empowerment | mutual support session: disabled and/or chronically ill producers
online

The session with Agnieszka is intended to provide a safer space for exchange, centering disabled and/or chronically ill producers and their perspectives.

The following topics will be discussed: What does it mean to work as a disabled and/or chronically ill person as a producer in the independent performing arts? How do other colleagues experience this? How do accessible working practices look like for disabled and/or chronically ill producers?

More information

Knowledge transfer
cases & faces: collegial consultation
online

cases & faces offers a space for producers from different fields to share challenges from our everyday work and to jointly deal with specific cases and situations from their own work context.

It is based on the thought that we can draw on shared knowledge and create a connecting, collegial and open space with different perspectives, which in the best case also enables new perceptions of our own situation.

More information

Exchange & Networking
onboarding
online

As part of our onboarding, we provide an insight into our offering and show ways to become an active part of produktionsbande. Onboarding takes place online via Zoom and can be conducted in German or English, depending on requirements.

More information

Exchange & Networking
UN Roundtable II
online

The UN Roundtable format includes regular online meetings where UN partners, other BIPoC networks and individual arts and cultural practitioners from across Germany come together to share their knowledge and tools to strengthen intersectional BIPoC movements. Shared tools will then be developed in the form of an infographic and/or video for other members of the community to use.

Co-productions
UN Lab Wawern
Wawern, Deutschland

UN Labs are residencies for BIPoC artists to promote creative exchange, experimentation and collaboration in rural areas or a project workshop program for BIPoC artists to work with young people who are socio-economically disadvantaged due to their refugee context.

Exchange & Networking
UN Lab Wawern presentation
Wawern, Deutschland
Exchange & Networking
UNacademy
Wawern, Deutschland

UNacademy are discussion rounds between artists and cultural professionals, politicians and administrators, for the exchange of knowledge and experience as well as for exploring needs-oriented options for action.

Exchange & Networking
UN Roundtable III
online

UN Roundtables are residencies for BIPoC artists to promote creative exchange, experimentation and collaboration in rural areas or a project workshop program for BIPoC artists to work with young people who are socio-economically disadvantaged due to their refugee context.

Knowledge transfer
A coffee with… Hannah Ma
online

Choreographer Hannah Ma (Wawern, Rhineland-Palatinate) talks about the idea of how dance can be radically solidary and asks: How can we use dance in rural areas to work together in the long term, form friendships, networks and communities, cultivate and promote discourse, (privilege) reflection, solidarity and empathy?

More information

Knowledge transfer
a coffee with... Charlotte Mathiessen
online

Dramaturge Charlotte Mathiessen (Zurich, Switzerland) presents the unique funding platform TanzPlan Ost, which enables contemporary dance in the region of Eastern Switzerland/Principality of Liechtenstein as part of a three-stage model.

https://www.tanzplan-ost.ch/editorial

More information

Knowledge transfer
A coffee with… the team of »tanz weit draußen«
online

The new series will start on June 13 at the original time with an opening in English, in which Pascal Sangl and Elisabeth Nehring will give a thematic outlook and the “tanz weit draußen” network will introduce itself and its work. Representatives of the regional teams from Brandenburg, Baden-Württemberg, Schleswig-Holstein/Hamburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Aktion Tanz and the project management team will be present to answer questions and exchange ideas.
/// The event will be held in English ///

More information

Specialist events
HANDS UP – people behind puppets
Baden, Schweiz
Specialist events
HANDS UP – people behind puppets
Halle, Deutschland
Knowledge transfer
4ps-Fellowship
online
Scholarships
moving guts - an artistic research into mushrooms and game strategies
Moosach, München, Deutschland

Das Kollektiv b/w*itch fragt nach queerfeministischen Perspektiven auf solidarisches Zusammensein. Für die Flausen+ Zeit forschen wir an kollaborativen Spielstrategien und dem queeren und feministischen Potential von Pilzen. In Moving Guts entwickeln wir ein Spielformat, das die unterschiedlichen Fähigkeiten der Pilze als Ausgangspunkt für kollaborative Spielstrategien nimmt. Das Spiel als Format dient uns dazu utopische Momente zu ermöglichen und gemeinschaftliche Gefüge zu erleben. Ziel des Spieles ist das Patriarchat zu zersetzen, zu kompostieren und Nährstoffe für anderes freizusetzen. Wir forschen am Bühnenraum und wie dieser sich in ein begehbares Spielfeld verwandeln kann.

B/W*ITCH: Anngret Schultze , Esther Adam, Katharina Greeven, Kattalin Mitxelena Newiger

More information

Festivals
flausen+festival #4
Bielefeld, Deutschland
Festivals
FAVORITEN Festival
Dortmund, Deutschland

(Un)Learning for possible futures, the FAVORITEN Festival 24 deals with the challenges of the present and the future on an artistic and discursive level. In Dortmund and online, we will learn and unlearn together.

More information

Festivals
Fringify - Independent Arts Festival Hamburg
Hamburg, Deutschland

Hauptsache Frei was founded as a festival for the independent performing arts in Hamburg. Now in its 10th year, it has a new look to celebrate artistic diversity in Hamburg and beyond.
We are happy to invite you to experience contemporary trends, aesthetic innovations and socio-political discourse in a diverse interdisciplinary program at Fringify and to join in the conversation.

More information

Festivals
Impulse Theater Festival
Köln, Deutschland

Düsseldorf and Mülheim an der Ruhr

The Impulse Theater Festival, together with artists and the Ringlokschuppen Ruhr, is opening a summer pool in MüGa Park for eleven days. The Conte Potuto group is designing a bathroom of dreams: almost without water, but full of the visitors’ wishes and ideas. TachoTinta play on dry land with the underwater rugby team, and in the TIGERS’ KITCHEN they don’t just fry, they also produce tasty hits.

More information

Festivals
OSTEN Festival
Bitterfeld, Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Deutschland

OSTEN is a festival for art and mutual interest. It explores and celebrates “the East” as a landscape of change for people, nature and coexistence. From June 1st to 16th, 2024, the festival invites you for the second time to (re)discover the city of Bitterfeld-Wolfen and “the East” with a diverse cultural program.

While the first festival focused on the Bitterfeld Cultural Palace, the 2024 festival will turn several places of industrial culture into a stage and explore unusual spaces in the city in the area between the former cinema, the municipal cultural center, the former factory fire department of the film and fiber factory, the industrial and film museum and the town hall.

More information

Festivals
Der Rahmen ist Programm
Chemnitz, Deutschland

The festival The Framework is the Program (DRiP) will take place in 2024 in collaboration with the Fritz Theater.

DRiP 2024 addresses the view from East to West and vice versa. In a city that experienced a revolutionary transformation after 1990 and whose consequences are still felt and visible, DRiP wants to offer an artistic platform for employment.

We don’t want to talk about each other, we want to enter into dialogue with each other and stay in conversation. We want to invite artists and visitors to change perspectives and look from East to West and vice versa. We show performances from Chemnitz, Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia/Brazil and Manchester.

Mehr Informationen

Knowledge transfer
the so-called eye level – power-critical collaboration on the slippery slopes of joint (project) work
online

When working together, there are hierarchies, whether we like it or not. Sometimes it has to do with individual ways of working, sometimes it is due to the responsibilities of tasks, or both. Hierarchies are not bad in themselves, unless they are denied, or they are not comprehensible. In any case, they require common, transparent agreements. In this workshop we would like to find out with the participants how hierarchies and unresolved power relations can be detected and addressed in the context of cooperation and which tools are needed for this.

More information

Knowledge transfer
excel is a life (or at least a style)
online

The joint working session excel is a life (or at least a style) is more of an exchange platform for Excel nerds than a well-paced workshop. In this open format, we share individual problems and challenges that still concern us despite our knowledge of Excel. All participants are available to help each other in a mutual exchange.

The prerequisite for participation is therefore to bring your own issue or problem in working with Excel in the context of production work in the independent performing arts and to present it in an open exchange format.

More information

Exchange & Networking
companionship programme
online

In the digital companionship programme, one companion with transnational expertise supports one participant in the development and expansion of their own transnational working practice as a producer in the independent performing arts. The ten companionship duos will each spend six individual companionship sessions independently and self-organised in the digital space with a focus on personal exchange of experience and knowledge on transnational contexts and relationships. We will accompany the six individual sessions in the respective duo constellations with digital supporting events: a common kick-off and closing meeting, informal meetings between the companions and participants, a moderated reflection session and three public inputs on selected topics of the programme.

More information

Knowledge transfer
producing accessibility between retrofitting and aesthetics of access
online

Time, money, and the involvement of experts are decisive factors in producing accessibility. To work as an anti-ableist producer, one constantly explores their scope for action and deals with different conditions.

The speakers will distinguish the two concepts and share criteria, using various examples from their own anti-ableist practice. In the workshop, we will work together to develop an understanding of how to plan accessibility measures for your own project with different time and budget constraints and implement them with experts.

More information

Knowledge transfer
how to be an ally? – practicing solidarity
online

In the workshop, the participants deal with power structures and (their own) privileges and develop strategies for mutual support in the hierarchical theater structures. They will also look at their own resources and how they can make use of them. How can I become sensitive to implicit exclusion and discrimination? How can I support colleagues who are subjected to racist attacks? How can I express criticism without jeopardizing my career?

The aim of the workshop is to unite theater makers through sensitization and to enable new forms of community in the field of theater.

More information

Scholarships
#88 the poetic, political and narrative potential of wallpaper
Augsburg, Deutschland

– Let’s talk about Wallpaper –

We, “The Lemon” collective, will explore the Poetic, Political, and Narrative Potential of wallpapers – a seemingly mundane silent witness that is around us.

Coming from different backgrounds in classical music, software engineering, theatrical performance, and multimedia art, we peel back the layers, discovering a tapestry of stories.

Sitting in a bar staring at the wall while having nothing serious to say, made us discover personal and cultural connections to the topic.

We seek to unravel the storytelling potential, finding parallels to political issues such as gentrification of cities and socio-economic differences.

Who is able to shape their personal surroundings to their wishes? How much do our surroundings influence our way of thinking/feeling?

THE LEMON : Alicia Reyes, Lucas Xerxes, Robin Plenio, Joern Griepenburg

More information

Scholarships
#87 a miscarriage of freedom
Marburg, Deutschland

In the heart of the post-Soviet era, we as a group of young Russians, the first free generation, confronts the complexities of our homeland’s socio-political landscape. Faced with challenges, including widespread arrests and a stifling atmosphere, we embark on a profound research project focusing on the omnipresent tool wielded by the Putin regime: propaganda.

This interdisciplinary team, consisting of actors, musicians, and a puppet theater artist, aims to dissect the evolution of Russian propaganda from the Soviet Union’s collapse to the present day. Rejecting traditional hierarchical structures, the team operates horizontally, exploring the effectiveness of a leaderless collaborative approach in artistic endeavors.

Ilya Khodyrev, Mikhail Poliakov, Vsevolod Kovalenko, Tatyana Ochsenohr

More information

Festivals
Theaternatur Festival
Benneckenstein, Deutschland

The THEATERNATUR FESTIVAL takes place annually in August on and around the Waldbühne Benneckenstein in the Oberharz region and in the entire border triangle of Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Lower Saxony.

More information

Festivals
Theaternatur Festival
Oberharz am Brocken, Deutschland

The THEATERNATUR FESTIVAL takes place annually in August on and around the Waldbühne Benneckenstein in the Oberharz region and in the entire border triangle of Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Lower Saxony.

More information

Festivals
Theaternatur Festival
Oberharz am Brocken, Deutschland

The THEATERNATUR FESTIVAL takes place annually in August on and around the Waldbühne Benneckenstein in the Oberharz region and in the entire border triangle of Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Lower Saxony.

More information

Scholarships
#86 [wiggle]contact
Lübeck, Deutschland

[Whole]Contacts create a state of suspension full of ambiguity. When and how does contact arise, what are the limits and what happens if it flickers, exists for a while and then doesn’t again? We want to research establishing contact, maintaining contact and breaking off contact and investigate how these processes work or fail. As a young theater collective, it is important to us to break down elitist barriers to access to theater as well as those between audience and performers. In our research we deal with physical and linguistic [shaky] contact in analog and digital space, as well as their entanglement.

FUTUR.X: Fiona Grün, Anastiya Shtemenko , Alexandra Paal, Sophie Gigou, Stefan Ammer

More information

Scholarships
#85 artistic tools of barrier-free aesthetics
Oldenburg, Deutschland

We, Pia Katharina Jendreizik, Declan Hurley and Brice Stapelfeldt from people like die, are exploring, together with Fia Neises, the chances and possibilities of a form of stage expression that includes deaf, blind and visually impaired, hearing and sighted artists and their audiences and their individual Perceptual styles taken into account.

Our goal is to develop a barrier-free aesthetic practice. The starting point will (as always) be communication. How do we organize ourselves? How do we find an equal basis? How do we ask each other questions and what questions do we ask?

What is important for the development of barrier-free aesthetics? What is possible? What do we want? How do we build on experiences we have? What do we share? What could we share?

PEOPLE LIKE THIS : Declan Hurley, Pia Katharina Jendreizik, Brice Stapelfeldt, Fia Neises

More information

Knowledge transfer
grant law: paths through the maze
online

The funding grant notification has arrived! But what happens now? What actually does necessary, economical and sparingly mean, what is unsexy called regulation on sub-threshold procurement (in German even unsexier: Unterschwellenvergabeordnung) or an early commencement of the project? What in the Federal Travel Expenses Act is important for us who work in cultural funding, which documents do I have to collect and how do I document/explain correctly?

More information

Knowledge transfer
excel is not a solution (but a tool)
online

The workshop excel is not a landscape has laid the foundations for budget monitoring within an individual production in the independent performing arts. By linking a continuous document entry with the cost centres within the cost and financing plan, a system is created that allows producers to see at any time which funds from the overall and individual budgets are still available for use in a production and which have already been spent.

More information

Knowledge transfer
empowerment | mutual support session: disabled and/or chronically ill producers
online

The session with Agnieszka is intended to provide a safer space for exchange, centering disabled and/or chronically ill producers and their perspectives.

The following topics will be discussed: What does it mean to work as a disabled and/or chronically ill person as a producer in the independent performing arts? How do other colleagues experience this? How do accessible working practices look like for disabled and/or chronically ill producers?

More information

Knowledge transfer
cases & faces: collegial consultation
online

cases & faces offers a space for producers from different fields to share challenges from our everyday work and to jointly deal with specific cases and situations from their own work context.

It is based on the thought that we can draw on shared knowledge and create a connecting, collegial and open space with different perspectives, which in the best case also enables new perceptions of our own situation.

More information

Exchange & Networking
onboarding
online

As part of our onboarding, we provide an insight into our offering and show ways to become an active part of produktionsbande. Onboarding takes place online via Zoom and can be conducted in German or English, depending on requirements.

More information

Exchange & Networking
UN Roundtable II
online

The UN Roundtable format includes regular online meetings where UN partners, other BIPoC networks and individual arts and cultural practitioners from across Germany come together to share their knowledge and tools to strengthen intersectional BIPoC movements. Shared tools will then be developed in the form of an infographic and/or video for other members of the community to use.

Co-productions
UN Lab Wawern
Wawern, Deutschland

UN Labs are residencies for BIPoC artists to promote creative exchange, experimentation and collaboration in rural areas or a project workshop program for BIPoC artists to work with young people who are socio-economically disadvantaged due to their refugee context.

Exchange & Networking
UN Lab Wawern presentation
Wawern, Deutschland
Exchange & Networking
UNacademy
Wawern, Deutschland

UNacademy are discussion rounds between artists and cultural professionals, politicians and administrators, for the exchange of knowledge and experience as well as for exploring needs-oriented options for action.

Exchange & Networking
UN Roundtable III
online

UN Roundtables are residencies for BIPoC artists to promote creative exchange, experimentation and collaboration in rural areas or a project workshop program for BIPoC artists to work with young people who are socio-economically disadvantaged due to their refugee context.

Knowledge transfer
A coffee with… Hannah Ma
online

Choreographer Hannah Ma (Wawern, Rhineland-Palatinate) talks about the idea of how dance can be radically solidary and asks: How can we use dance in rural areas to work together in the long term, form friendships, networks and communities, cultivate and promote discourse, (privilege) reflection, solidarity and empathy?

More information

Knowledge transfer
a coffee with... Charlotte Mathiessen
online

Dramaturge Charlotte Mathiessen (Zurich, Switzerland) presents the unique funding platform TanzPlan Ost, which enables contemporary dance in the region of Eastern Switzerland/Principality of Liechtenstein as part of a three-stage model.

https://www.tanzplan-ost.ch/editorial

More information

Knowledge transfer
A coffee with… the team of »tanz weit draußen«
online

The new series will start on June 13 at the original time with an opening in English, in which Pascal Sangl and Elisabeth Nehring will give a thematic outlook and the “tanz weit draußen” network will introduce itself and its work. Representatives of the regional teams from Brandenburg, Baden-Württemberg, Schleswig-Holstein/Hamburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Aktion Tanz and the project management team will be present to answer questions and exchange ideas.
/// The event will be held in English ///

More information

Specialist events
HANDS UP – people behind puppets
Baden, Schweiz
Specialist events
HANDS UP – people behind puppets
Halle, Deutschland
Knowledge transfer
4ps-Fellowship
online
Scholarships
moving guts - an artistic research into mushrooms and game strategies
Moosach, München, Deutschland

Das Kollektiv b/w*itch fragt nach queerfeministischen Perspektiven auf solidarisches Zusammensein. Für die Flausen+ Zeit forschen wir an kollaborativen Spielstrategien und dem queeren und feministischen Potential von Pilzen. In Moving Guts entwickeln wir ein Spielformat, das die unterschiedlichen Fähigkeiten der Pilze als Ausgangspunkt für kollaborative Spielstrategien nimmt. Das Spiel als Format dient uns dazu utopische Momente zu ermöglichen und gemeinschaftliche Gefüge zu erleben. Ziel des Spieles ist das Patriarchat zu zersetzen, zu kompostieren und Nährstoffe für anderes freizusetzen. Wir forschen am Bühnenraum und wie dieser sich in ein begehbares Spielfeld verwandeln kann.

B/W*ITCH: Anngret Schultze , Esther Adam, Katharina Greeven, Kattalin Mitxelena Newiger

More information

Festivals
flausen+festival #4
Bielefeld, Deutschland
Festivals
FAVORITEN Festival
Dortmund, Deutschland

(Un)Learning for possible futures, the FAVORITEN Festival 24 deals with the challenges of the present and the future on an artistic and discursive level. In Dortmund and online, we will learn and unlearn together.

More information

Festivals
Fringify - Independent Arts Festival Hamburg
Hamburg, Deutschland

Hauptsache Frei was founded as a festival for the independent performing arts in Hamburg. Now in its 10th year, it has a new look to celebrate artistic diversity in Hamburg and beyond.
We are happy to invite you to experience contemporary trends, aesthetic innovations and socio-political discourse in a diverse interdisciplinary program at Fringify and to join in the conversation.

More information

Festivals
Impulse Theater Festival
Köln, Deutschland

Düsseldorf and Mülheim an der Ruhr

The Impulse Theater Festival, together with artists and the Ringlokschuppen Ruhr, is opening a summer pool in MüGa Park for eleven days. The Conte Potuto group is designing a bathroom of dreams: almost without water, but full of the visitors’ wishes and ideas. TachoTinta play on dry land with the underwater rugby team, and in the TIGERS’ KITCHEN they don’t just fry, they also produce tasty hits.

More information

Festivals
OSTEN Festival
Bitterfeld, Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Deutschland

OSTEN is a festival for art and mutual interest. It explores and celebrates “the East” as a landscape of change for people, nature and coexistence. From June 1st to 16th, 2024, the festival invites you for the second time to (re)discover the city of Bitterfeld-Wolfen and “the East” with a diverse cultural program.

While the first festival focused on the Bitterfeld Cultural Palace, the 2024 festival will turn several places of industrial culture into a stage and explore unusual spaces in the city in the area between the former cinema, the municipal cultural center, the former factory fire department of the film and fiber factory, the industrial and film museum and the town hall.

More information

Festivals
Der Rahmen ist Programm
Chemnitz, Deutschland

The festival The Framework is the Program (DRiP) will take place in 2024 in collaboration with the Fritz Theater.

DRiP 2024 addresses the view from East to West and vice versa. In a city that experienced a revolutionary transformation after 1990 and whose consequences are still felt and visible, DRiP wants to offer an artistic platform for employment.

We don’t want to talk about each other, we want to enter into dialogue with each other and stay in conversation. We want to invite artists and visitors to change perspectives and look from East to West and vice versa. We show performances from Chemnitz, Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia/Brazil and Manchester.

Mehr Informationen