The International Visegrad Fund already knows the results of the open call to the program VARP - Performing Arts, which aims to promote innovation, experiment and creativity in the field of Performing Arts.
The International Visegrad Fund has supported eight projects. Four of the eight projects is heading to the Cezech Republic. Slovakia will host the two projects, Poland and Hungary one project each.
There was two supported project from Czech Republic: Nela H. Kornetová/T.I.T.S (residence in Hungary by L1 Független Művészek Közhasznú Egyesület) a Depresivní děti touží po penězích (residence in Poland by KOLOMAZ - association for contemporary art).
Nová síť as program coordinator for the Czech Republic congratulates the selected projects and looks forward to further cooperation!
All supported projects:https://www.visegradfund.org/ivf_approved_varp_pa_2018