In 2022 SÍN Arts Centre has launched its programme THE GAP, a participatory funding scheme, which is for now a unique, innovative solution in Hungary.
The primary aim of the programme is to share and develop knowledge about questions beyond artistic creation, such as production management, the support of the long-term career development, a deeper understanding of the local and international context in which the artists work.
Zero Step Research Programme
The objective of the programme is the support of artists working without a structure in their research phase preceding a production process. In the programme research processes can be realized that are selected by an open call without any production constraint with the highest possible level of freedom to raise and examine questions.
The project primarily targets the young generation of dance makers with its shaping elements depending on the needs we detect in the field.
PG – Dancing In Your Shoes
PG – Dancing in Your Shoes is a partnership project of eleven European arts organizations between 2020 and 2023. The project is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Commission.
International Dance Week Budapest
Since 2013 International Dance Week Budapest has become one of the leading dance workshop-festivals in Europe hosting more than 800 dancers, teachers and artists around the world so far.
Kraft Programme 2022
The primary focus of the programme is to share and expand knowledge about questions about artistic creation, such as production management, the support of the long-term career development, a deeper understanding of the local and international context in which the artists work.
ATLAS project by casabranca arrives in Budapest in the frame of Open Latitudes 3, an Europe Culture Programme project. 100 people of different professions from local community create the atlas of Budapest together on stage.
Open Latitudes (3)
The European network Open Latitudes and its 9 partner organizations is engaged in structured collaborations throughout the production and touring cycles for staged works and contemporary choreography. The project is expressly directed toward supporting a young generation of artists.