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   ECC Performance Art is proud to collaborate with renowned organizations worldwide.


 

The VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK is an independent, nonprofit, non funded and noncommercial live art exhibition project conceived, initiated and curated by artist duo VestAndPage. Realized in collaboration with Studio Contemporaneo Non-Profit Cultural Association, Venice Open Gates, We ExhibitLive Arts Cultures and European Cultural Centre (ECC) Italy. Under the patronage of Regione Veneto and the Municipal Administration Recognition: Citta' di Venezia | Le Citta' in Festa, the project is made possible thanks to the generosity of its international artists, partners, organisations, institutions, sponsors, supporters and friends, whose commitment show their high sensibility for the realisation of this cultural project for the city of Venice.
 

    
 

PerformanceHUB is a performance art certificate program founded by the artist Marta Jovanović in collaboration with Milica Pekić and G12 HUB. It is a platform that provides students and young artists with the innovative approach to education through encounters with the internationally renowned performance artists, professors and lecturers. Through workshops, lectures, seminars and practice, students are encouraged to develop their own ideas, to experiment with the form as well as content, and to execute and publicly show performance pieces they created during each workshop guided by the carefully selected mentors. Through exchange and collaboration with international institutions, galleries, artists, curators and critics, our aim is to contribute to the future promotion and development of performance art.

 

 

The Latvian Performance Art Centre was founded in 2008 with the aim of fostering performance art in Latvia by organizing artistic, educational, and cultural events, as well as through creating a scholarly research base and archive. The goals of the Latvian Performing Arts Center is divided into four main objectives:
 

  • Education: the implementation of educational projects (courses, seminars, camps, workshops) within the framework of personal development and non-formal lifelong learning
  • Scholarship: the creation, compilation, and systematization of knowledge; the creation of a performance art archive; the organization of conferences, symposia, and discussions as well as publications
  • Culture: the organization of an international performance art festival, exhibitions, performance art events and other cultural events
  • Networking: cooperation on projects with local and foreign organizations such as the Nordic Summer University, the International Summer School of Photography, the Urban Institute of Latvia etc.  Also, the implementation of artist-residency programs and exchange programs for artist and teachers.