NOBA online catalogue
Thank you for taking the time to fill out this form. This survey is addressed to professional dance groups and choreographers producing dance for children and young audiences in the Nordic-Baltic countries. The aim is to create an online catalogue of Nordic-Baltic dance performances, companies and choreographers creating dance for young audiences.
What is NOBA?
NOBA is a Nordic-Baltic network focusing on increased mobility, to increase information, and to increase knowledge about dance for young audiences in the Nordic-Baltic region. NOBA is funded by Nordic Culture Point, Region Västra Götaland, and the Swedish Arts Council. Members of NOBA consist of choreographers, dance companies, producers, organizers, pedagogues and anyone working with or for dance for young audiences in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
What is the purpose of this survey?
The NOBA network will function as a hub for Nordic-Baltic dance performances, choreographers and companies working with or creating dance for young audiences. The purpose of collecting this information is to heighten the visibility of dance for children and young audiences, for choreographers and companies active in the field to find each other, and to facilitate contact between choreographers and companies in the Nordic and Baltic countries. Once all the information is gathered it will be published on NOBA’s web site. The web site is currently under construction.
Who is this for?
The NOBA online catalogue will function as a representation of Nordic-Baltic dance performances, choreographers and groups working in a professional context with dance for young audiences. The criteria for being presented at the NOBA site is that the choreographers/companies:
- are producing dance for children and young audiences, aged 0-18 years
- have produced at least one performance during the past five years
- are working in a professional context (i.e. produced in a professional coherence)
What happens when you have completed the survey?
By filling out the form you will automatically become a member of the Nordic-Baltic dance network for young audiences. As a member you receive newsletters and information about upcoming events and other useful information regarding dance for young audiences. Being a member is free of charge and you can cancel your membership at any time.
The NOBA web site will be in English, so please answer the questions in English. Should you have any questions about the network, please contact network coordinator at email@example.com
Also, feel free to send us a high resolution press image to firstname.lastname@example.org
(don't forget to include photo credits)
Thank you for your participation!