Since 1997 LAVA-Dansproduktion has been involved in numerous teaching and performance projects in Sweden and various Eastern European countries. In these projects we have collaborated with dance artists, actors and performers. By returning regularly to many of the countries where we have been invited to bring our work to, we have built relations and collaborations with dance artists that stretch over many years.

 www.lavadans.com

www.theprojecthome.org

 

 

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Tram

TRAM (Transform Art Module) Foundation  is a Georgian, non-governmental, non-profit organization, which has several years of experience in the field of contemporary art. Tram is an informal group uniting an ever expanding number of artists and organizing cultural events utilizing innovative ideas, platforms and venues. Tram is interested  in expanding borders of existing art spaces (museums, galleries, theaters, etc) and by trying to utilize other social spaces as well as outdoor spaces as much as possible. 

TRAM is supporting organizational capacity through professional development trainings and relevant activities.Consultancy of independent and state authorities; programming support and concepts development. 

www.tram.ge

 

 

 

 

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NGO ArtTravel

Is an independent non-profit organisation based in two cities Kyiv and Odessa, Ukraine which functions as a hub of local, regional and international exchange. Our team meets both young and perspective artists with experienced specialist in different fields. In 2013 Art Travel collaborated with Lava-Dansproduktion in the project ’Home’ that took place in Bilgorod-Dnistrovsky and toured Ukraine.

www.artmandry.com

 

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Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life

The Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life in Lviv is the most visited museum in the region and introduces the visitors to folk architecture, folk life and authentic folk art of ethnic groups of Western Ukraine. Museum activities are collection conservation, as well as conservation of intangable heritage, which includes ethnographic documentation and interpretation of traditions and mores and it’s reproduction during festivals and other events. The museum is actively collaborating with foreign organizations, such as UNESCO, Riksantikvaren (Norway), Maihaugen (Open Air Museum) in order to exchange experience and culture internationaly.

www.lvivskansen.org

 

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The Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design

The main objective for Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design is to illustrate and offer an active platform for architecture, design and sustainable urban development, as well as to care for, list, scientifically process and enhance, through new acquisitions, the collections entrusted to it.

www.arkdes.se

 

 

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Postcode Lottery in Sweden

The Swedish Postcode Lottery is one of Sweden’s most popular lotteries, with a million ticket holders. The lottery’s vision is to contribute to a better world for people and planet, by donating all profits to charitable causes through the lottery’s beneficiaries. The Swedish Postcode Lottery is part of the United Postcode Lotteries, which to date is the world’s 3rd largest private donor to charitable causes.

www.postkodlotteriet.se

 

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Swedish Institute

Is a public agency that promotes interest and confidence in Sweden around the world. SI seeks to establish cooperation and lasting relations with other countries through strategic communication and exchange in the fields of culture, education, science and business.

www.si.se