Clare Sherlog is a junior at Princeton University studying public policy in the Woodrow Wilson School. She is currently conducting independent research on cultural policies in the European Union, and have been studying keðja as an example of a cultural policy that promotes intercultural dialogue. The answers to the survey below will help her examine […]
Summary of our evaluation report, info about our new video and our future keðja activities. Find it in the “About” menu and here
Click the “Videos” tile above or go to: https://vimeo.com/channels/kedja2012 . Please share to your network!
We asked Mary Ann DeVlieg and Judith Staines who are experienced evaluators of EU funded and other cultural projects to dive into our activities. They found it to be a a visionary, connective and synergetic project. Read the whole report here
Join us in the far North in November! You find the programme and the registration form here Deadline for registration is June 30 See you! Deadline for registration is June 30 2015
Read about what´s up for keðja, – now and in the future! You find our Newsletters here
The publication addresses all levels of decision making – local, national and international – as well as the dance community itself, being aware that the conditions for dance vary among the different countries. You find the publication here
The video explains about the project and it´s achievements since 2008. keðja – platform for the Nordic-Baltic dance community. Mariehamn 2014 from keðja – dance activities on Vimeo.
The project catalogue: Expeditions in Dance Writing. Writing Movement 2012 – 2014, is out! The catalogue will be available in all the Nordic and Baltic countries. A list of places where you can pick up a free copy will be published on www.writingmovement.com For larger quantities of the catalogue (over 50), contact the project manager: […]
on the keðjaMariehamn programme page. Photos you find in the Gallery