An original idea of Kinitiras Artistic Network for Performing Arts and a collaboration with the Goethe-InstitutAthen,the French Institute of Greece, the Flux Laboratory Athens, realized with the support of the Franco-German Cultural Fund.
Part of the residency is realized with the kind support of J.F.Costopoulos Foundation and the French Institute of Bukavu (DR Congo).
Taking under serious consideration the world wide epidemic of coronavirus we decided to postpone the first part of IPFF2020.
The Goethe-Institut Athen, the French Institute of Greece and Kinitiras in collaboration with Flux Laboratory Athens are offering a residency program for artists in Spring 2020 in Athens, with the support of the Franco-German Cultural Fund.
Kinitiras Network for Performing arts based in Athens is curating a long residency in LO STUDIO, Switzerland, inviting women dance makers to create based on the thematic umbrella of transition, mostly focusing on the idea of Femininity in transition.
Applications’ deadline for the residency and the IPFF is midnight on 26/12/2019 (Greek time).
Eva Borrmann / PLAN MEE will be at Kinitiras as a resident artist from the April 29th until May 6th 2019. During her residency, Eva, along with the dramaturgists Lisa Hrubesch and Julia Opitz, will start her practical research on “The Building”.
An interactive media installation of Joo-Kwan Song and a performance in collaboration with Barbara Bardaka.
Penelope Morout will be at Kinitiras as a resident artist from the 24th of February until the 3rd of March 2019.
Artists from around the world will reside at an inspiring environment to promote multicultural understanding that allows innovation and creativity to flourish.
Following their encounter last year at Kinitiras, Aria and Maya’s residency will be a sharing of insights, conversations and dances.