The programme team will be responsible for planning and production of the programme together with Dance House’s partners. The team will also take part in the strategic and business planning of the Dance House. The team reports directly to the Director, who makes final decisions on programme content.
In terms of its programme, Dance House emphasises three perspectives: seeing, learning and experiencing. Understanding these is crucial for the Programming Team, Numminen says. Seeing refers to high-quality artistic content, learning to the development of dance culture and expertise, and experiencing to audience engagement activities.
A maximum of three full-time professionals will be assigned to the Programming Team. Working part-time is also negotiable. You can apply as an individual professional, a working pair or as a ready built team. Dance House also reserves the right to select individual professionals from existing teams applying for the Programming Team.
Dance House Helsinki will be opened in autumn 2021, and it is envisioned that the new Programming Team will begin its work in April 2019. Dance House will have two stages, with 700 and 250 seats, around 15 permanent employees and an annual budget of EUR 3.1 million, which is expected to increase over the coming years.
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