SIGN DANCE COLLECTIVE CROATIA, EUROPE
SIGN DANCE COLLECTIVE INTERNATIONAL Croatia / EU
A Sister Organization for Signdance Collective UK
A Cultural Bridge between Deaf , Hearing, Diverse Artists and Audiences
Sign Dance Collective Internationational and Sign Dance Europe are our new European-based organizations
The European base is in Zadar Croatia The Village of Pakostane
The company is the European base for the development of Signdance Theatre and from there we will continue our European collaborations and continue our important development as a European partner in the development of inclusive art & culture
There are several artists and companies we are working with. One of these is Transmitter Performance in Graz Austria. With them, we are developing a new European touring map for our work
With Ana Monro in Slovenia, we are continuing to develop street theatre performances and inclusive performance & education
With Unique in Sardinia, we are developing our e.store and continue to grow the brand for the company and web presence
Finally, we are partnering Dalmatia Adventures in Pakostane, Croatia with the support of the local council to develop workshops, and our European Signdance Inclusive creative summer schools which combine performance and the exploration of the surrounding nature.
Sign Dance Collective Croatia will also partner with Signdance Collective in the UK to access the UK based company and UK artists and partners to European collaborations continuing the tradition of building bridges between cultures
Sign Dance Collective International & Signdance Collective UK (Croatia) We are touring ‘’In Between Spaces’’ reimagined and re-dramaturged by Goro Osojnik – Ana Monro
'' The performance will stay with me for a long time ...A masterful composition, highly professional''
Gunther Zweidick (Kulturforum Badradkersburg)
Original Director – Ozan Gokmen, Turkey
Choreography -Kate Lawrence, U.K
The funding for the development of the project has been a collaboration between Arts Council England, The Austrian Government, the UK Government, Styria, Austria, and The City Of Graz .