• EU-project: Teen Ambassadors Across Europe

    Teen Ambassadors Across Europe er et samarbeidsprosjekt som tar sikte på å utvikle en bærekraftig og inkluderende metode for publikumsengasjement gjennom et konkret og aktivt forhold mellom kunsterisk ledelse og det unge publikumet.

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  • EU-project: PUSH+

    PUSH+ is a three year EU-project focusing on the topics Home, Failure and Different Bodies in performing arts for a young audience.

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  • About Norsk Scenekunstbruk

    Scenekunstbruket – The Norwegian Network for Performing Arts, is the largest nationwide provider of performing arts for a young audience in Norway. We ensure that children and young people from age 0–20 years will experience professional performing arts.

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  • Iris: Talk about performing arts

    Iris is an online resource to develop children and young peoples reflection on the performing arts, helping them to express themselves and to share their thoughts.

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  • Kloden

    Kloden provides challenging and interesting experiences through dance and theatre.

    We present great performances at different locations in Oslo, and soon, we will build a place for the performing arts and young people.

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REPERTOIRE – Take a look at our repertoire of performances

Showbox is an international festival of performing arts for young audiencences in Oslo. The festival was established in 2005, and since then is has become the largest performing arts festival for children and youngsters in Norway.

Read more: showbox.no

Unge Stemmer (Young Voices) is a website and blog where young people between 13 and 20 years write about professional performing arts. The texts are reviews, reflections, interviews and other thoughts about theatre, dance and music.

Read more: ungestemmer.no

On Kanal Scenekunst you find teasers of performances, videos from seminars and Pecha Kucha nights, entire performances on film, and other media related to the performing arts for children and young people through film/web.

Read more: kanalscenekunst.no