Partners and Collaboration

We value care and value our partners, and are always happy to share our ideas and expertise. We put a lot of effort in international and domestic collaboration. We play an active role in several international and domestic networks working in the field of circus and performing arts.

Collaboration

bncn-logoBaltic Nordic Circus Network

Baltic Nordic Circus Network is a collaborative network of 14 circus art organizations in the Baltic and Nordic countries. The network aims to strengthen the regional collaboration and develops the circus art field in the Baltic Sea region for example by arranging workshops and meetings for the artists and other circus professionals in the region. CircusInfo Finland was the coordinator for the network in 2014–2016. In 2017 Swedish organization Manegen took over the coordinating responsibilities. The network has received support from the Nordic Cultural Fund and The Nordic Culture Point.

The network activities include workshops for e.g. artists, producers and developers, writers and journalists, circus safety professionals as well as network members’ meetings in the region.

More info on the network and the open calls for workshops: balticnordiccircus.com

Circostrada logoCircostrada

Since 2003, Circostrada works to develop and structure the fields of circus and street arts in Europe and beyond. With more than 70 members, the network contributes to build a sustainable future for these sectors by empowering cultural players through the production of resources and actions of observation and research, professional exchanges, advocacy, capacity-building and information. CircusInfo Finland joined the network in 2007. www.circostrada.org


FACE logoFACE – Fresh Arts Coalition Europe

Fresh Arts Coalition Europe (FACE) is an international network of arts organisations that supports and promotes emerging, socially engaged, contemporary cross-disciplinary art forms. It covers fresh and groundbreaking practices such as public art, community, immersive or participatory projects, site-specific arts, physical and visual theatre, contemporary circus and live art. CircusInfo Finland joined the network in 2013. www.fresh-europe.org

FEDEC logoFEDEC

The European Federation of Professional Circus Schools (FEDEC) is a network of 42 professional circus schools and 13 circus arts organizations located in 26 different countries. CircusInfo Finland joined FEDEC as a partner member in 2009. www.fedec.eu

ENICPA logoENICPA

Information Centres for the Performing Arts (ENICPA) aim is to function as a meeting place for information and documentation organizations. The main goal of the network is to distribute and make available a broad range of information about the professional performing arts to arts professionals worldwide. CircusInfo Finland joined the network in 2011. www.enicpa.net