Pan-Adria (regional partnership program) 2021/2022

    Pan-Adria Network is a co-production format of partner stages expanding between the Adriatic, the Alps and the Pannonian basin, which aims to strengthen the cooperation between the organizations involved, as well as to offer favorable conditions for creating and presenting new work and to contribute to the recognition of contemporary dance in the region.

    Pan-Adria aims to:

    • Enable contemporary performing practices greater visibility and consolidate their position in the wider socio-cultural environment
    • Strengthen dialogue and cooperation between the organizations and artists in the region
    • Offer co-production conditions for the creation and presentation of an emerging fullevening performance on partner stages

    Pan-Adria regional partners are:

    EN-KNAP Productions (Španski Borci Cultural Center) from Ljubljana, Slovene National Theatre from Nova Gorica, Moment from Maribor, Croatian Cultural Center from Rijeka, Zagreb Dance Center from Zagreb, Mediterranean Dance Center from San Vincenti and ArtistiAssociati from Gorizia.


    [Applications are closed. A new open call is coming in 2022.]

    Pan-Adria invites artists in the field of contemporary dance to apply to the coproduction open call.

    The selected production will be premiered at ZPC (Zagrebački Plesni Centar) in September 2021.

    Pan-Adria is offering:

    • Cofinancing the production of the performance in the gross amount of 7000 €
    • Support for the execution of the premiere, including technical support and agreed promotional activities
    • Support and cofinancing of all of the guest performances on partner stages in the amount of 1000 € per guest performance for the duration of one year after the premiere
    • Possibility of using rehearsal spaces in partner cities and residences with certain network partners
    • Possibility of mentorship during the creative process

    Priority criteria:

    • Productions based in Slovenia, Croatia or Friuli Venezia Giulia
    • Established artists or groups in the field of contemporary performative dance practices
    • Full-evening performance for adult audiences

    More information:

    Katja Gabrijelčič,

    Financial support:

    Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Public Administration of the Republic of Slovenia with the Neodvisni platform, Municipality of Ljubljana, Municipality of Maribor, Municipality of Nova Gorica, Municipality of Zagreb, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism of the Republic of Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region, City of Gorizia, CaRiGo Foundation, County of Istria.

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