Our programmes help individual performance artists, collectives and theatre companies to develop artistically and professionally.
It’s really thanks to the producer—or the self-producing artist—that a performing arts project is ever able to become a reality, via funding, budgeting, project management, administration, sales, touring and so on. That’s why our mentor programme and the guidance we provide is especially focused on the role of the producer and entrepreneurship within performing arts.
Many of our programmes are based on peer-to-peer knowledge sharing, where you’re matched with a mentor, consultant or peer who is especially relevant to you, your work and your development potential.
‘TID I RUM’ is an artistic development programme in which you can apply for a residency at a rehearsal space in Copenhagen. To apply, you should have a performing arts project or an idea for one, that you’d like to explore. The residency lasts for one or two weeks and includes a small grant for a consultant, materials or transport. All our programmes can be applied to via our Open Calls, and the selection process is conducted by The Development Platform for the Performing Arts (Udviklingsplatformen), together with relevant external consultants.