Workshop Foundation was founded in 1992 with the aim of providing support for independent artists, encouraging their artistic development in order to facilitate the development of the Hungarian contemporary dance scene as a whole. Its main strategic objective is the encouragement of border-crossing – both geographically and among artistic disciplines.
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Workshop Foundation is involved in the following Life Long Burning activities:
Imre Vass on residency in Zagreb
Imre Vass, our Creative Crossroads Artist nominated by Workshop foundation, is about to start his residency in Zagreb! During his stay he will be busy researching and articulating his solo dance performance practice. “In this period of my life and career there is too much thinking and worrying so I will just simply lose myself to dance.”
Gyula Cserepes on Artistic Exchange Residency at CoFestival
Workshop Foundation Budapest sends Gyula Cserepes to join CoFestival for an Artistic Exchange Residency. The programme of the international festival of contemporary dance in Ljubljana focuses on artists who have recently created outstanding, fresh, contemporary, but at the same time very diverse choreographic works in the cultural contexts of the area of the former Yugoslav federation and Austria.
Julija Pečnikar, Alja Branc and Sara Janašković at WSF
Julija Pečnikar, Alja Branc and Sara Janašković were invited to an Artistic Exchange Residency to the Workshop Foundation in Budapest. They will keep developing the Performance Softwareness.
Capacity Grid, On The Outset, Outsetters Abroad
Performance Situation Rooms, Choreographic Conventions