• 08 September → 09 SeptemberCambridge, the United Kingdom

    In Your Way 2018

    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, new outdoor arts weekend In Your Way will spotlight the work of two Dutch makers.
    In Your Way is a new, free weekend of outdoor arts interruption around Cambridge city centre, presented by arts centre Cambridge Junction on 8 and 9 September. The programme features intriguing performances and installations, promising to cause playful disruption and make a lasting impression as the projects bring people together and provoke conversation.

    Dutch Performing Arts commissioned a professionals' meeting with international guests and a focus programme featuring two Dutch works, one of which is also the central work of the outdoor arts weekend.

    KHOR II is the central installation of In Your Way and the UK premiere of the piece by Dutch-Belgian collective TAAT (Theatre as Architecture Architecture as Theatre). It is a flatpack Do-It-Together pavilion, built by Cambridge residents as a place to meet, play, share and discuss. The project uses a mixture of theatre, architecture and community, to explore democracy and social cohesion, considering what we can build when we work together.

    The organisation is looking for 20 playful, enthusiastic, capable people that represent the city to build this project together on Saturday 8 September.

    If you or members of your community group would like to be part of this, contact the organisation via info@inyourway.org with 'BUILD' in the subject line.

    Hello Hollow
    Julian Hetzel provokes a conversation about absence with his unique group of ephemeral human-like sculptures, who hang out on benches and seats in the city centre. The presence of these dark and human-like figures generates an interruption in to the public space. The sculptures are visual obstacles which draw the eye and ask you to consider them. Black plastic foil is used to enter a disturbing dialogue on who we see and who we overlook.

    For more information and the the full programme, visit the In Your Way website.
  • 05 September → 09 SeptemberUtrecht, The Netherlands

    Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2018

    Gaudeamus presents, organises, promotes, and supports the newest music by pioneering talent and has been an advocate of trailblazing composers around the world for 70 years. Gaudeamus organises an international visitors programme during Gaudeamus Muziekweek in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts.
  • 06 September → 08 SeptemberAntwerp, Belgium

    TheaterFestival Antwerp 2018 visitors' programme

    Are you a performing arts professional (programmer, curator, dramaturge...) with a clear interest in Dutch and Flemish work and willing to stay for a three-day programme?
  • 25 September → 13 OctoberMarseille, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Actoral 2018

    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, the 18th edition of interdisciplinary festival Actoral will spotlight the work of 8 Dutch makers and companies in a special programme titled Temps fort Pays-Bas.
  • 05 October → 07 OctoberDe Krakeling, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

    Assitej and De Krakeling Professionals' Programme

    De Krakeling, the most famous theatre in the Netherlands that is fully dedicated to young audiences, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this autumn!
  • 24 October → 28 OctoberLas Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain

    Womex 2018

    Together with open source network World Music Forum NL, Dutch Performing Arts is representing Dutch artists and music professionals at WOMEX.
  • 02 November → 11 November's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands

    November Music 2018 visitors' programme

    November Music is an international music festival based in 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands. Visitors of November Music 2018 can fully enjoy today's eclectic musical landscape. The festival showcases the prominent composers of our time. Not to mention top-notch ensembles, jazz & world pioneers, sound installations, and interdisciplinary productions. November Music takes place 2-11 November at various locations in the 's-Hertogenbosch.
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