1 June 2016 - 31 December 2019
InterfacesNew Models and Practices for Audience Development in Contemporary Music in EuropeEight countries join forces in this innovative interdisciplinary project which seeks to introduce audiences to cutting-edge work by musicians and sound artists.
1 September 2016 - 31 December 2018
iDanceProviding access to contemporary dance education for people with disabilitiesPeople with and without disabilities dance as part of the European iDance programme, showing that we can all access culture through dance.
1 September 2017 - 31 December 2019
Europe Jazz NetworkThe Onassis Stegi has joined the Europe Jazz Network, the largest European network of music producers, artists and institutions specializing in contemporary music and the art of improvisation.
1 September 2017 - 1 September 2021
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The European Media Art Platform - EMAP11 European partners with the same goal: to support up-and-coming media artists in order to create new works.
1 October 2017 - 30 June 2018
Digital Programmes at OCCHow do we make art in an era during which we create, flirt, communicate, and overall live in an environment of continuous and ubiquitous networking? What is the position of art in important social and financial issues? How can it help us deal with technology and science in a critical manner?
3 October - 19 December 201717:30
Memory ExercisesPhotography and movement workshop for people over 65This workshop combines photography and dance in an innovative way, opening up new and creative ways for you to tell your story. We will use photography and dance exercises (you don't need to know anything about either!) to 'revisit' your memories so we can narrate them in the present and, as a group, create a landscape of human stories.
4 December - 19 December 201717:00
Workshop for educators | The art of criticismTheatre criticism as a route to understandingWhat is there after the "I liked it" or "I didn't like it" of a performance? Open up the discussion with your students and take the plunge together into the wonderful world of criticism.