SinArts English

The mission of SÍN Arts Centre is to create a safe space through the operation of the production house whose basis is a creative and open mentality in which all participants can feel like equal partners.
We collaborate with the creators in their artistic processes, are partners in the realization of their productions and other projects, and work together to develop their careers.
We work together with local and international partners to create and share our knowledge.
Through our work we play an active role in creating and developing a critical perspective in our society.

Established in 2009 SÍN is a Budapest-based production house with 4 spacious dance studios operating in the field of contemporary performing arts. We provide the artists with a space for creation and development.

Beyond infrastructure we offer the artists support in production management, career development, financial administration as well as assistance in finding the best possible context and partners for artistic work. We are proud to have been the producers of numerous performing arts productions that have extensively toured in various countries from China, through Europe to the United States.
We play an active role in the strategic thinking of the field’s present and future in Hungary and beyond the borders with a strong and ever expanding international network.
We have the aim of developing a flexible, innovative, yet strong community of artists and art professionals locally and globally.
We are proud to have produced a variety of strong and successful performances, creations of some of the most interesting emerging and mid-career performing arts makers in Hungary in partnership with a wide range of Hungarian and international partners. We also offer production advice and financial administration for projects of the upcoming generation of artists, and we apply an open-door policy in our office to support the field.
We are taking part in various local and international cooperations and partnerships. We are regular hosts of the artists in the residency project of the Visegrad Fund, and have been partners of Erasmus+ and Creative Europe partnership projects. Our colleagues are active in international networks, such as IETM, TEH, Reshape, EDN, we have presented four of our productions at the AEROWAVES Spring Forward Festival in the past 6 years.

We joined the We Are Open initiative in 2020, we agree with its manifesto, we continue our activities in its spirit. Manifesto of We Are Open:
‘Being open is a good thing. As open companies, we regard it as a fundamental corporate value that our employees and our partners are judged solely on the basis of their actions and their work performance, and without regard for their sex, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic background, political convictions, physical abilities, or other characteristics.’


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