New Website for Central European Artistic Exchange
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The website of the East European Performing Arts Platform project is a platform for the international exchange between artists and curators of performing arts in Central and Eastern Europe
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Eastern and Central European artists of the genre in are not familiar with each other. The www.eepap.org site was launched in order to facilitate the exchange of information and open new possibilities of their cooperation. The site invites directors, actors, writers, playwrights, designers, and curators to post their profiles with information and news of ongoing events, as well as audio and video links to their own websites.
EEPAP is a platform for the international exchange of performing artists and curators from Central and Eastern Europe. The project aims to create a network of performing artists who work in countries to the East of the EU. At present, members of the EEPAP come from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Belarussia, Kosovo, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Macedonia, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland. The platform is to offer new possibilities of cooperation between young specialists of the region and to facilitate contact between them as well as the chances for instigating international projects. The network thus constructed will become a plaform capable of applying for funding from the EU and creating its own projects. At present, the organisation is comprised of 70 members.
EEPAP Network is a project of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, instigated as part of the Cultural Programme of Polish Presidency of the EU Council. The project's main partner is the Instytut Teatralny im. Z. Raszewskiego (Zbigniew Raszewski Theatrical Institute)
Organised by: Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Project cofinanced by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.