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Danscentrum Sverige och Kulturhuset Stadsteatern Digital Innovation bjuder in till seminariet Scenkonst med digital teknik – när, var, hur och varför. Eventet är en del av Erasmus+ projektet Digital Leap.

Du som är scenkonstnär, producent, presentatör eller annan kulturaktör välkomnas till ett kunskapsspäckat två-dagarsevent (e.m. 18 april, heldag 19 april inklusive nätverksmingel) på Kulturhuset Stadsteatern i Stockholm. Som deltagare får du lära, testa och inspireras av experter och andra i sektorn.

Praktiska tips och tankeväckande idéer inom:

👉🏽 storytelling

👉🏽 ljud

👉🏽 social medier

👉🏽 streaming

👉🏽 virtual reality

👉🏽 augmented reality

👉🏽 upphovsrätt

OBS! Eventet är kostnadsfritt, har ett begränsat antal platser och enligt Erasmus+ regelverk förväntas deltagare närvara under båda dagarna.

Med stöd av 🙌 Dansalliansen, Manegen, Svensk Scenkonst, Teateralliansen

Digital Leap är ett internationellt 2-årigt Erasmus+ projekt.

📷Dainius Putinas


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Tisdag 18 april, dörrarna öppnas 12:45

  • Presentation av utbildningsmaterial, Digital Leap och Kulturhuset Stadsteatern Digital Innovation

  • Aktivitet med Björn Carlberg

  • "Livestreaming – hur börjar du?" med Björn Falkevik

  • "Streaming i en danskonstnärs perspektiv" med Daniel Jeremiah Person

  • "Sociala medier - content och marketing mindset" med Hanna Min-Jung Herbertson

Onsdag 19 april, dörrarna öppnas 08:45

  • Upphovsrätt med Sofia Bruno på Gro Advokatbyrå i samarbete med Svensk Scenkonst

  • Digital Storytelling: Narrative Design & Emotional Design" med Alison Norrington (föreläsningen är på engelska)

  • Ljud/musik i digitala produktioner Hans Lindetorp (KMH) och Roberto Bresin (KTH)

  • Den Förstärkta Verklighetens (AR) olika möjligheter med Yuvia Maini


  • XR & performing arts med Raphaël Chenais (XR production manager) och Marie Albert (Director) från Dark Euphoria Nätverksmingel

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It is time for the fourth and final Digital Leap learning module. Before the participants – both artists and producers – head to Marseille, we want to introduce them properly. Next up in our round of introductions are the five participants selected from Sweden!

Jonny Berg is a cross-disciplinary performer, creator and producer based in Gothenburg Sweden. He is doing work for stage, site-specific and community-based projects. For the last five years Jonny is the artistic director of company and performance collaboration Dance Remainings, together with Sebastian Ruiz Bartilson. Jonny is interested in authentic movement and non-verbal relations in scenic reflection. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in Theatre and Performance Studies, from the University of Gothenburg.

Jonny is intrigued by the possibilities that digitalization has to offer.

“With the module I hope to gain new digital tools in order to adapt and strengthen my artistic work, find new possibilities and formats for my projects to reach a new and wider audience.”

Photo: Christoffer Holst


Johan Bandholtz is a dancer and choreographer based in Stockholm and has a B.F.A in Dance & Performance from Stockholm University of the Arts, a B.Med.Sci in Psychology and an M.A in Gender Studies. He co-founded Ongoing Realities with dancer and choreographer Anna Näsström. OR is an explorative choreographic approach exploring the relationship and creative possibilities merging dance and choreography with various digital and analogue technologies. Johan is interested in the intersection(s) of contemporary dance and choreography, technology and psychology and in finding strategies for creative collaborations in contemporary choreography.

Johan has been to two Digital Leap learning modules already – Prague and Terrassa – and in Marseille he wishes to get inspiration and knowledge of how to engage an audience using digital means.

What is a successful engagement and what are the benefits and pitfalls of digital practices?” Johan asks.


Gita Mallik is a producer, director and writer based in Stockholm, Sweden. She is currently working as a producer for choreographer Virpi Pahkinen as well as the independent theatre group Amfi. She is the founder of platform Permeate, that make site-specific artwork available through mobile phones. Her artistic work gives focus to meshing the digital world with site-specific performance. Central to her work is the experience of distance – from the tiny and incredibly close to the immense landscape. Gita has a master of Fine Arts from Uniarts, Stockholm.

Gita wants to take part in Digital Leap to find out more about digital tools to reach new audiences for performing arts.

“I’m also really interested in learning about innovative ways for the general public – non-professional artists – to make their art reach the world.”


Khamlane Halsackda is aChoreographer/Performer/Director. He was born in Vientiane, Laos, and grew up in London, UK. His own dance theater and social comment-based performances are focused on creating discussion and debate around identity and what this could mean. His latest project is ‘Into Flesh’ made in collaboration with Skye Reynolds. Khamlane also creates performative concepts for galleries. In 2023 he curates Matilda Tjäder’s exhibition at Skånes Konstförening. He is a member of Nya Rörelsen (The new movement), a collective of QBIPOC choreographers that champion visual performance art and recognising intersectionality as a way to create positive human connections. They are based in Malmö, Sweden.

Khamlane took part in the first learning module in Prague and is now heading to Marseille ready to have his approach to digital tools challenged.

“I am hoping that the module will provide an understanding of digital marketing that will enable better outreach through clarifying how to promote who I am and what I do”.


Linda Remahl is a dance artist born and raised in Gothenburg, Sweden. She studied at London Contemporary Dance School (BA-Hons) and stayed in England for 17 years, working within the arts. She often uses video editing as a choreographic tool leading to digital expression through the moving image. In recent years, she has focused on exploring movement and film in relation to immersive technology and virtual reality. She takes inspiration for her work in how we see, perceive, relate and move within our own histories and the contexts that surround us. Linda is one of the co-founders of Northern Sustainable Futures (NSF), a creative team that strives to bring art and culture to sparsely populated and rural areas, strengthening the cultural infrastructure and working conditions for artists.

Linda was also in Terrassa with Digital Leap and is sure that participating in these two modules will influence not only her own work but also NSF’s latest project that is an immersive mobile gallery.

“I wish to have a deeper understanding in how to reach out with artistic works to meet audiences in new and innovative ways”.
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Danscentrum Sverige invites Swedish based choreographers to an Open Call for Big Pulse Dance Alliance Visiting Artist Programme. The Visiting Artist Programme is aimed at up-and-coming choreographers (regardless of age). Big Pulse is a four-year EU project that runs 2021-2024. Danscentrum Sverige is the Swedish partner.

About the Visiting Artist Programme

The Open Call offers one choreographer the opportunity to visit Side Step festival in Helsinki. The programme will include a meeting with the Artistic Director of the festival, get-togethers with local artists, tickets to festival performances and networking with choreographers from other European countries. The programme is a great opportunity for skills development, creative exchange and to expand you network. A bursary is given to cover travel, per diem, accommodation, performance tickets as well as a small retainer.

How to apply

Write a short letter (max half an A4 page), in English, in which you motivate the value for you as a performing artist to participate in the Visiting Artist Programme. Include a link to your web site, a showreel or such. The linked video materials should not extend 5 minutes. Submit your application no later than January 14. We are looking forward to take part of your application. Send your application to:

The application process

Danscentrum Sverige makes a first selection if there are a large number of applicants. The receiving festival and the project manager for Big Pulse are responsible for the final selection. The decision will take into account the selected choreographers from the other partner festivals, to ensure that the constellation enriches the experience.


Side Step Festival 2023, Helsinki, Finland. Zodiak website. Performance programme to be seen here: Zodiak Side Step Festival.

Travel days: To Helsinki – Arrival morning of Wednesday 8th Feb. Leaving Helsinki – Departure: Sunday 12th Feb (on Sat 11th Feb we end with closing club party on late evening & night).

PLEASE NOTE! The last day to apply to is January 14th.

About Big Pulse Dance Alliance

Big Pulse Dance Alliance is a 4-year partnership (2021-2024) of 12 European dance festivals and institutions united by their passion to promote, strengthen and broaden the reach of the contemporary dance sector. With the support of EU Creative Europe co-funding, Big Pulse aims to diversify dance programming on stages and in public outdoor spaces; support artist development through mentorship, travel and workshop programmes; and invite new audiences to engage with the art form through dynamic live or digital performances and other participatory activities. The project’s long-term vision is to establish a lively network of European dance festivals who work collaboratively and sustainably to further the life-changing impact of dance. For more information about Big Pulse please visit:

The Big Pulse Dance Alliance partners are:

Tanz im August/HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Germany), Dance Umbrella (UK), Dublin Dance Festival (Ireland), Julidans (The Netherlands), New Baltic Dance (Lithuania), ONE Dance Week (Bulgaria), Torinodanza Festival (Italy), Zodiak - Side Step Festival (Finland), Sismògraf Dance Festival (Catalonia - Spain), International Dance Festival TANEC PRAHA (The Czech Republic), CODA Oslo International Dance Festival (Norway) and Danscentrum Sverige (Sweden).

Header image. Photos: Matteo Maffesanti (Graces), Sinje Hasheider (Navy Blue), Urban Jörén (On Earth I'm Done: Mountains)

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