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.
In August we will only offer consultation sessions when necessary and upon request. If you need a session, send an email with the topic you need advising on to us at:
More Information about the Information Center
Open Call: Seminar Series pro.formace
We are very pleased to be able to launch the pro.formance series for established artists beginning in October 2017.
Seminars examining positioning, time management, the creative process and the strategic orientation of one's artistic path are the cornerstones.
Deadline: September 15, 2017
5th Industry Get-Together of the Independent Performing Arts Community
SAVE THE DATE: October 19 to 21, 2017
Venue: HAU Hebbel am Ufer
Stage | Emotions | Politics
The Industry Get-Together offers the independent performing arts community from all over Germany to share knowledge, create synergies and strengthen networks – after four years of successful Industry Get-Togethers, we are pleased to warmly invite you to HAU Hebbel am Ufer for this year’s edition!
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
Brochure: Independent Performing Arts Made in Berlin
The information brochure is intended for industry professionals and increases the visibility of the Berlin-based artists, initiatives and organizations.
More Informations about the Brochure
Performing Arts Programm
Advising, Networking, Strengthening: A Program for the Independent Performing Arts Community
The Performing Arts Program is intended for all independent theater and dance makers in Berlin and is specifically oriented to the circumstances and needs of the members of the community. We have worked to structurally strengthen and professionalize the independent performing arts and increase their visibility since 2013. Our established formats will be supplemented with new ideas as of 2016.
The Performing Arts Program works in four areas:
Consultation and Qualification
Distribution and Marketing
Network, Knowledge Transfer and Cooperations
Audience Development and Communication
The Performing Arts Program was conceived by Janina Benduski and Stefan Sahlmann and is a program of LAFT Berlin.
The LAFT Berlin – Berlin State Association for the Independent Performing Arts e.V. – was founded in 2007. It represents the interests of its 360 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