TEKIJÄ project organises seminars on touring and mobility in the field of performing arts.
First TEKIJÄ seminar took place in Turku on March 27th 2011.
Second, international seminar on touring in Scandinavian and the Baltics was held in Helsinki (Ateneum Hall, Kaivokatu 2), on 17–18 November 2012.
Third seminar was held in Pori on 6–7 September 2012, during the International Theatre Festival Lain§uojattomat.
Last TEKIJÄ seminar will take place in Espoo in spring 2013.
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Touring in Scandinavia and the Baltics
International seminar on touring in Scandinavian and the Baltics was held in Helsinki (Ateneum Hall, Kaivokatu 2), 17–18 November 2012. Seminar was organised by TEKIJÄ project in co-operation with International Theatre Festival Baltic Circle (Q-teatteri).
The seminar presented new sustainable models for regional and cross-border co-operation and opened discussion on international mobility outside big cities. The speakers were professionals from the field of theatre, dance, circus and performance art from Nordic and Baltic states.
Seminar lectures were gathered into one publication, which includes individual speeches and a commentary by PhD Max Ryynänen.
(editorial staff: Ms. Martina Marti and Ms. Johanna Hammarberg, layout: Riitta Yrjönen)
11.00-11.15 Welcome and Introduction
Eva Neklyaeva, Baltic Circle / TEKIJÄ project
Johanna Hammarberg, seminar moderator
Martina Marti seminar, moderator
11.15-12.45 New Audiences Outside the Old Cultural Capitals
Jesper de Neergaard, Bora Bora (Denmark)
Joanna Sandell, Botkyrka Konsthall (Sweden)
Annamari Karjalainen, Framil network / Regional Arts Council of South-West Finland (Finland)
13.30-15.00 On the Fast Track Between Local and International
Ragnheiður Skúladóttir, Lokal Festival (Iceland)
Gundega Laivina, New Latvian Theatre Institute (Latvia)
Johanna Tuukkanen, Anti-festivaali (Finland)
15.15-16.45 Under the Magnifying Glass: Cases from the Periphery 2011
Kristin Eriksen Bjørn, RadArt (Norway)
Janne Saarakkala director, scriptwriter (Finland)
16.45-17.00 Conclusions of Day 1
11.00-13.00 ”Interesting, but too difficult for our audience”
Lena Kela, Regional Arts Council of South-West Finland (Finland)
Pauliina Feodoroff, director (Finland)
Per Ananiassen, Theaterhuset Avantgarden in Trondheim (Norway)
13.30-16.30 Toolbox: How to do it?
Cristina Farinha, On the Move
Riitta Honkanen, Regional Dance Centre of Eastern Finland (Finland)
Isabel González, Dance Arena, Aerowaves (Finland)
Maria Salomaa, TEKIJÄ project (Finland)
Tomi Purovaara, Cirko Center for New Circus (Finland)
16.30-17.00 Conclusions and Farewell Drinks offered by Hanasaari - the Swedish-Finnish Culture Centre
Registrations via e-mail by the 11th of November: noora.honkanen(at)uta.fi
Partners: Pakkahuone, Ateneum, Taivex, TINFO, Hanasaari - the Swedish-Finnish Cultural Centre, Baltic Circle