Events and networking

Throughout the year, we host a series of events for performing arts professionals. You can see upcoming events in English in our calendar. Keep an eye out for recurring formats that take place every year.

See the Danish calendar for all events

Producers’ Platform

‘Producers’ Platform’ is a full-day workshop for producers and self-producing performing artists. The format of the event is to stimulate discussion, knowledge sharing and inspiration within the producing field. With a focus on themes like co-production, creative leadership and entrepreneurship in the performing arts sector. We hold one Producers’ Platform event annually.

Webinar series: What it takes to be a producer

A webinar series for newly established performing arts companies, producers and self-producing artists. The series focuses on four typical and unavoidable aspects of producing performing arts: communication/branding, fundraising, financial management and administration. The webinars are free and offered in collaboration with The Performing Arts Platform in Aarhus.

Sector seminars

Together with festivals and other performing arts organisations, we host various seminars about current trends in the performing arts. These include the ‘Annual Performing Arts Meeting’ as part of CPH Stage and ‘Queer Sector Days’ at the Royal Danish Theatre (Det Kongelige Teater) in collaboration with CPH Queer Festival in 2021. There are also digital formats as part of Det Frie Felts Festival, and ‘Touring in Denmark’ with Turnenetværket. And much much more.

Networking events

Including ‘Speed dates’ and ‘Meet and greets’. We host curated networking events for larger theatres and selected independent artists and groups as part of festivals like CPH Stage. We aim to host at least one of these events per year, but unfortunately we have not been able to hold our usual social events during the pandemic.

TOASTER X The Development Platform

An annual symposium in collaboration with TOASTER, where we focus specifically on artistic development within interdisciplinary productions that merge visual art, performance and theatre.