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East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP)

Address:
Centre for Culture in Lublin
Peowiaków 12
20-007 Lublin, Poland
Phone: (+48) 81 466 61 18
eepap[at]iam.pl
http://eepap.culture.pl/
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Mar. 25, 2020
East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) 
The East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) was established in 2011 as a part of the main project “Culture.pl” of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, a government agency dedicated to promoting and disseminating information about Poland’s arts and culture. EEPAP engages in educational programs and residency programs aimed at promoting the development of contemporary performing arts rooted in the contemporary societies of Central and Eastern Europe. Since 2012, EEPAP has been jointly operated with the city of Lublin.
EEPAP engages in educational programs and residency programs aimed at promoting exchanges between artists, arts professionals, curators, opinion leaders and affiliated arts organizations based in its 18 affiliated countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech, Georgia, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine). Its main programs are as follows:

Educational Program “DESANT”
Through cooperative efforts with the affiliated organizations, this program seeks to develop platforms to nurturing of arts professionals who can contribute to the development of contemporary performing arts in Central and Eastern Europe.

A Platform for Sharing Information
In order to share information, ideas and experiences, lab meetings and workshops are held. As a portal for sharing information with the Central and East European area, the EEPAP website posts information about events and open call programs from arts and culture organizations.

Residency Program
Through tie-ups with the partner organization, residency programs are offered to enable dancers, choreographers and theater makers to concentrate on their creative activities.

Research Projects and Reports
Research is done and reports published on the performing arts in Central and Eastern Europe. It creates a platform for ongoing discourse about the role that arts and culture should play the contemporary socio-political environment.
 
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