Domestic and international projects form a major part of Dance Info Finland’s activities. They provide multiple working possibilities for Finnish dance professionals, develop the operating conditions of Finnish dance field and also open up the world of dance for larger audiences.
Development project for mediator and international operations 2019–2020
Dance Info Finland and CircusInfo Finland have launched a two-year development project, which aims, among others, to meet the challenges of internationalization and develop new production models to Finnish performing art field.
ICE HOT Nordic Dance
ICE HOT Nordic Dance is a brand and a collaboration network that promotes Nordic contemporary dance abroad. ICE HOT Nordic Dance Platforms present the diversity of Nordic contemporary dance to hundreds of dance presenters from around the world.
Korea–Nordic Connection is a collaboration programme started in 2017. The aim is to facilitate international exchange and collaboration between Korean and Nordic performing arts professionals.
Australia-Finland dance exchange
In 2013-2015 Dance info Finland and Australia Council for the Arts coordinated a collaboration programme, in which the partners were dance field organizations from both countries.
Dancing Finland 2017
Dancing Finland 2017 is a national dance project and event which offers dance activities for everyone. The campaign is a part of the programme for the centenary of Finland’s independence in 2017. The idea behind the campaign is that dance is possible for us all.
Hong Kong x Finland
Creative Meeting Point is an artist exchange and collaboration program between Finland and Hong Kong in 2016-2019.
JPN – FIN – Contemporary Dance Residence Exchange and Co-production programme
Zodiak– Centre for New Dance carried out Residence and Co-production Programme with Japanese Japan contemporary Dance Network (JCDN). The programme was born from active networking actions of Dance Info Finland: Dance Info Finland has created…
Keðja projects in 2008-2015
The keðja projects have offered Baltic and Nordic dance artists, producers, journalists and other dance professionals opportunities to meet, exchange ideas and work across borders.
Korea-Finland Connection 2010-2012
Dance Info Finland and Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) realized the collaboration programme Korea–Finland Connection in 2010-2012. The purpose was to develop collaboration in dance and performing arts between the two countries.
Residency collaboration in Japan
Dance Info Finland and the Finnish Institute in Japan are collaborating in opening residency opportunities for Finnish dance artists in Japan.