Thank you everyone who submitted proposals for CONNECTIONS 2.0! The submissions will now be reviewed by the selection committee and all applicants will be notified directly no later than March 20th 2018.


CONNECTIONS (2017-2019) is a residency program for emerging professional choreographers based in Denmark in joint residencies with  choreographers based abroad. Throughout their joint program they commit to assist, push, inspire and challenge each other artistically – and to engage with the wider community. The following three residency programs will take place in 2018:
CONNECTIONS 2.1: August 28th – September 20th 2018
CONNECTIONS 2.2: September 17th – October 11th 2018
CONNECTIONS 2.3: October 8th – November 1st 2018
CONNECTIONS is supported by the Danish Arts Foundation, Central Denmark Region, Bikubenfonden and the City of Aarhus to contribute to a continuous vibrant and dynamic performing arts sector in the region.


Information about this year’s Call for Proposals is still available here (for reference only): CONNECTIONS 2.0 open call
The Open Call for next year’s CONNECTIONS program will be announced here and on our facebook page in November/December 2018. So stay tuned! Subscribe to our newsletter or join us on facebook.


Performing Arts Platform is a network organization for the independent performing arts sector in Aarhus. We are not a production house nor a theatre but a platform that collaborates closely with the whole arts community – including theatres, production houses, creative entrepreneurs, business organizations, the university, independent artists etc. Performing Arts Platform brings people together, ensures and facilitates knowledge, reaches out and provides framework and visibility for the performing arts community in the region.
Awesome people, crew and expertise there, in touch with and facilitating the artist’s work and network – Birgitte Lundtoft, Augustine Collective
I loved the fact that in the end the project did not have to be ready yet. It gave freedom to try things that needed to be tried but would not have been if such a pressure was imposed from the very beginning – Noora Hannula, The Nordic Beasts
It was a huge privilege to have access to so great facilities and having enough time at hand without a pressure to put our findings into a specific format at the end of the residency – Johanne Merke, dance for plants
Great to meet with experts both from our field as well as another field – working in/with similar departure and interest points – Ayelet Yekutiel, Augustine Collective


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