The Performing Arts Program Information Center is the central point of contact for all artists, production managers and other culture makers in the independent performing arts community.
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SPECIAL: Information Event on Funding from the Hauptstadtkulturfonds (the Cultural Capital Fund)
Workshop with Pirkko Husemann
Time: September 3, 2016 | 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Ballhaus Ost, Pappelallee 15, 10437 Berlin
The goal of the workshop is to write a text that gives the application a chance at being successful. We will sketch out the individual steps when submitting applications for funding and work with specific ideas, existing texts or productions of the participants that have already been realized.
More information about the program of the Information Center
Save the Date: Get-Together of the Industry 2016
Contemplating | Negotiating | Changing
From October 6 – 18, 2016 at the Heimathafen Neukölln and at the Neuköllner Oper.
Considering and negotiating the realties surrounding us describes one of the basic principles of creative work. Creating one’s own realities and keeping these alive for a limited time is the core of the performing arts.
The competencies of the performing arts allows us to become natural experts in these questions, which will be reflected in numerous formats during the Industry Get-Together.
Call for applications: Mentoringprogramm
Application Deadline: September 18, 2016
1. Mentoring Program ‚Pro’ for long-term members of the independent performing arts community
More information about the call ‚Pro’
2. Mentoring Program ‚Music’ in cooperation with the Initiative Neue Musik Berlin e.V. for artists and culture makers in the field of music/music theater with connections to the independent performing arts community and/or who are seeking to begin making work within the independent performing arts community.
More information about the call for applications ‚Music’
Freie Szene Kompass
The Freie Szene Kompass (Guide to Berlin’s Independent Performing Arts Community) provides orientation and an overview of Berlins independent performing arts community.
More information about the Freie Szene Kompass
We would like to promote your event within the Theater Scoutings Berlin program!
Rehearsal Space Platform Berlin
Space from the Community for the Community.
The Rehearsal Space Platform is a website for everyone who would like to offer, search for or book rehearsal space for the independent performing arts in and around Berlin.
To the Rehearsal Space Platform
The LAFT Berlin Performing Arts Program Enters the Next Round
We are very pleased that the LAFT Berlin Performing Arts Program (PAP) will be extended.
The program will be supported by the Berlin Senate Chancellery for Cultural Affairs for an additional three years with funds from the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRE) and for an additional two years with funds from the European Social Fund (ESF).
Berlin Performing Arts Program
Advising. Networking. Supporting: 7 Modules for the Independent Performing Arts.
The Performing Arts Program is intended for all independent theater and dance makers in Berlin. We have created seven modules to professionalize the independent performing arts, strengthen their infrastructural support and increase their visibility:
Information Center – individual consultations / discussions with experts / information events
Annual Industry Get-Together – Share knowledge, develop strategies and meet colleagues
Marketing Competition – Prizes for the most exceptional communication concepts
Mentoring Program – Support for the next generation and for newcomers
Rehearsal Space Platform – Search and find rehearsal spaces online
Theater Scoutings – Journeys of discovery through the independent performing arts community
Central Marketing Office – Central contact point
The Berlin Performing Arts Program is a program of LAFT Berlin. The program was conceived by Janina Benduski and Stefan Sahlmann in 2012 and is funded by the Berlin Senate Chancellery for Cultural Affairs and funds from the European Fund for Regional Development and the European Social Fund.
The LAFT Berlin – Berlin State Association for the Independent Performing Arts e.V. – was founded in 2007. It represents the interests of its 300 members, including the essential performance venues, groups and independent artists of Berlin, in dealing with politicians and the public. It supports its members through networking activities, consultation, coordination and services.
More information about LAFT Berlin is available at www.laft-berlin.de