With the Performing Arts Program, LAFT Berlin has created an effective instrument for the infrastructural strengthening, professionalization and networking of Berlin‘s independent performing arts community. The goals are increasing and cementing the visibility of artistic work within the creative hub of Berlin, the opening of the independent performing arts community for new audience members, bundling and passing on knowledge and competencies, the strengthening of synergies and creating new cooperations within and beyond the independent performing arts community itself.
The Berlin Performing Arts Program sees itself as a pool for sharing knowledge, opportunities and networks which allow it to react permanently and dynamically to current demands, relevant topics and questions, allowing it to provide precise answers.
The Berlin Performing Arts Program offers the following:
Information Center & Mentoring:Information & advice regarding production-relevant questions through, amongst other formats, discussions with experts, information events, workshops, series of seminars and in the Mentoring Program.
Industry Get-Together of the Independent Performing Arts:Annual conference examining current questions and specialized topics.
Symposia & Cooperations:Topic-specific information & cooperation events with related artistic fields and work areas.
Proberaumplattform (Rehearsal Space Platform):Online portal for users and providers of rehearsal spaces in Berlin & offline events.
Central Point of Contact & Touring Office:A central information point for all questions regarding Berlin‘s independent performing arts community & proactive marketing.
Theaterscoutings Berlin:A central information point for all questions regarding Berlin‘s independent performing arts community & proactive marketing.
The Berlin Performing Arts Program is a program of LAFT – Landesverband freie darstellende Künste Berlin e. V.
The Performing Arts Program is supported by the State of Berlin – Senate Administration for Cultural and European Affairs from funds of the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRE) within the program "Promoting the Innovation Potential in Culture II (INP II)" and the European Social Fund (ESF) within the program "Qualification in the Culture Industry (KuWiQ)".
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