Cooperation Partners

Cooperation Partners

Bundesverband Freie Darstellende Künste e.V.

The Bundesverband Freie Darstellende Künste (BFDK, the German Federal Association of the Independent Performing Arts) dedicates itself on the national level to the sustainable improvement of the working conditions and social security for members of the independent performing arts community. The BFDK supports the qualification and networking of its members and advises the fields of politics, administration and business. It also engages in numerous associations and committees on the national and international levels. Its members include 16 state associations as well as six associated associations. The Berlin Performing Arts Program and the BFDK are cooperation partners for the Industry Get-Together and jointly realize events on the topic of “sustainability” within the scope of the project Performing Arts - Performing Future.

This project Performing Arts - Performing Future is financed by Fonds Darstellende Künste as part of NEUSTART KULTUR using funds from the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.


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Networking Conference Breakdown - Digitale Communities der Freien Szene (Digital Communities of the Independent Performing Arts)

The programming series BREAKDOWN allows the transfer of digital working methods between artists to be intensified and the visibility and networking of artists amongst each other to be strengthened.The format of the media and performance group OutOfTheBox is intended for interdisciplinary artists within the independent performing arts community who want to intensely engage with (post) digital practices in their artistic work such as creative coding, software development, interaction design, physical computing, XR design, game design and much, much more. Practice-oriented networking events offer an invitation to share needs, challenges and ideas for working at the interface of theater and digitalism and to play a role in including new communities within the greater independent (post) digital community. The 2022 Industry Get-Together offers space for a gathering that adds an additional event to the networking conference.

This project is financed by Fonds Darstellende Künste as part of NEUSTART KULTUR using funds from the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

Coproduction: Schaubude Berlin

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kulturBdigital of Technologiestiftung Berlin

As a non-profit foundation, the Technologiestiftung Berlin (TSB, or Berlin Technology Foundation) is committed to supporting the development of Berlin into a leading location for selected fields of technology. In doing so, it places its focus on questions of digitalization and, alongside wide-reaching education opportunities, studies and reports, also places a focus on cultural work. In the project kulturBdigital, the TSB explores the challenges, opportunities and needs of digitalization in the cultural sector, creates networking opportunities and communicates practical knowledge. The TSB has collaborated with the Berlin Performing Arts Program for many years and this collaboration will be continued once again for this year’s Industry Get-Together.

kulturBdigital is supported by funds from Berlin’s Senate Department for Culture and Europe

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