OPEN CALL: NORDIC CULTURE CLUB goes FESTIVAL!
- Nordic Culture Club is a venue for cultural practitioners and enthusiasts from across the Nordic Region and around the world. Here, we experiment with and present unique interdisciplinary experiences with a mix of everything from dance, music, performances and interactive experiences to monologues, catwalks, drag, quizzes, installations, video works, and much, much more.
- We are now looking for experimental, innovative, and preferably interdisciplinary art performances of all kinds, as well as art projects that in some way involve and activate the audience. The length of the performance should be kept to 30 -90 minutes.
- Out of the received proposals, a professional jury selects the artists and performers who are invited to the Nordic Culture Club goes FESTIVAL! -event. The jury’s decision will be sent to all applicants during April 2023.
- For the artists performing at the event, Nordic Culture Point will pay a remuneration based on an agreement and cover travel costs within the Nordics and the Baltics aa well as necessary overnight stays in Helsinki.
How to apply: Send us a short presentation of yourself or your group and tell us with words (max. 1000 characters), pictures or videos of what exactly you would like to perform or show at the Nordic Culture Club goes FESTIVAL! -event. Also write your desired remuneration for the performance, as well as any technical specifications and needs. The application should be presented in English, Swedish or Finnish.
Send the application to: firstname.lastname@example.org the latest on 3rd of April 2023!
Contact person and additional information: Annika Bergvik-Forsander, producer/ curator, email: email@example.com
Venue information: List of available equipment
Nordic Culture Point is an institution of the Nordic Council of Ministers which works to support Nordic co-operation within the area of culture and to increase awareness of Nordic culture in Finland.
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