Gothenburg, Sweden, 2013

March 24, 2013.

On March 14, during Satellit – a Nordic dance festival for young audiences, we hosted the first NOBA network meeting. The meeting was a continuation of discussions that were initiated during the first edition of Satellit in 2011. At the network meeting in Gothenburg the main focus was discussing possible Nordic collaborations and to present experiences, thoughts and ideas from a few selected organizations. The focus for these presentations was: What are the obstacles and what are the opportunities in collaborating internationally?

Main questions

  • Why do we want to collaborate internationally?
  • What kind of funding is there for international collaborations?
  • What are the perks versus the downsides of international collaborations?


  • Monica Milocco who works with “Young/Dance” at the Gothenburg Opera House in Gothenburg.
  • Peter Sunesson who is working at Dansstationen in Malmö that are part of the project Fresh Tracks Europe.
  • Jørgen Knudsen who is working with the dance festival Dansefestival Barents in Hammerfest, Norway.

The meeting was moderated by Dag Rosenqvist from Producentbyrån, Göteborg.

Download a summary of the Gothenburg meeting here.

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About NOBA

NOBA is the Nordic-Baltic Dance Network for Young Audiences.

Our goal is to raise awareness, increase mobility and share information. The network is open to anyone working within dance for young audiences.

NOBA is made possible with financial aid from:
Nordic Culture Point, Swedish Arts Council and Region Västra Götaland

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