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Typologie de lieux :
lieu de production et de diffusion, festival, lieu d’accueil en résidence, centre de ressources, centre de formation
Disciplines :
danse, hybride
Statut :
ONG à but non lucratif

Hrvatski institut za pokret i ples (HIPP)  is the producer of Dance Week Festival (Tjedan suvremenog plesa Croatia’s primary international festival of contemporary dance; HIPP engages regularly as partner in EU projects and in international collaboration, supports residencies both for national and international artists (research, creation, production), if offers professional development opportunities (masterclass/ atelier by visiting artists) as well as daily training for professional dancers; it develops audiences for dance through participatory events; HIPP supports the only Croatian initiative for the inclusion of disabled artists into professional dance. Until 2016 HIPP has been the manager and operator of Zagreb Dance Centre ( a space it initiated in 2000 and has implemented programs. By the decision of the Mayor in 2016, the space has been allocated to repertory theatre and the position of HIPP within this structure and operations is an unknown. HIPP hopes to find new spaces to continue the pioneering work it has been undertaking for the development of Croatian contemporary dance for over 30 years. 

General information on the activities
Nb of shows/year : 85
Nb of premieres/year : 25
Nb of internationals shows hosted/year : 18
Total number of performances/year : 215
Nb of spectators (or visitors)/year : 4000
Best period(s) of the year to present international shows : Spring
Nb of people hosted for a residency/year : 10
Usual closing periods of the year:  August

Annual turnover 2015 (in €) : 250,000.
Share of public grant in global income (2010/15 average in %):  45%
Share of earned income in global income (2010/15 average in %) : 30%
Share of private donations, foundations, sponsors (2010/15 average in %) : 25%
Budget share allocated to creating new work (2010/15 average in %) : 45%

Number of permanent staff :
Administration/P.R./comm : 2
Technical/F.o.H/construction : 1
Artistic (ensemble, associate artistes, …) : 5
Number of performance space(s) : 1
Audience Capacity : 150 Stage dimensions : …9m x 10m 
Number of rehearsal spaces : 2
There is space for an exhibition but it is not specifically designed as exhibition space

Collaborations with France
French artistic contents 2010/2015 : Cie Nacera Belaza, Josef Nadj,  Bodies EU (with French Partner La Briqueterie), W-West Where EU Project (With French partner Cie Jasmina), Cie Kettly Noel, Emanuel Gat, Jerome Bel, Cie Philippe Decoufle, Cie Angelin Preljocaj, Robyn Orlin

French artistic contents 2015 and in the years to come…
2015: Cecile Proust, Collectif Es, Cie Nacera Belaza, Compagnie Adrian M/ Claire B; Ranck Vigroux, Sine qua Non, Boris Charmatz, Vincent Mantsoe,
2016: Cie Cube, Mark Tompkins/ Cie IDA
Future: Carolyn Carlson,Thomas Lebrun, Herve Koubi, Maguy Marin, Christian Rizzi, Cie Gallota,  Cie Accrorap 

Activities and cooperations with France
We have worked in 2 EU projects with French partners: Migrant Bodies EU (La Briqueterie), and W-est Where  EU ( Cie Jasmina, Cie Josef Nadj), we are interested in residency exchange, teaching / masterclass opportunities by French choreographers, skill learning/ writing/ dance critique etc

European projects
Nb of applications submitted: 6
Nb of successful applications: 3
Nb of applications as a main organiser : 1
French partners : La Briqueterie, Cie Jasmina, CNN Orleans (Cie Josef Nadj), La Pacifique
Nationalities of the other partners: Italy, Netherlands, UK, Hungary, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, Austria, Poland, Greece, 
Total of the funds received for these project(s) : average of 25,000  Euros per project.

Description of projects :

  1. Migrant Bodies EU was a partnership between dance organizations in Italy, France, Croatia and Canada on the theme of migration offering a civic reflection on the issues migration impacts on our society today from positive perspective and identifying other migratory experiences and phenomena, transposition to the body as territory to map and preserve these trajectories experiences.
  1. W-Est Where working with partners in France, Hungary, Portugal, Croatia and specifically emerging dance artists from these countries working abroad in an effort to connect them back to national context and to enable them to share experience as migrant artists and also build network for enhance mobility for these artists to sustain their work once they have returned to their domicile location

Involvement in networks
IETM  (Informal European Theatre Meeting); EDN (European Dance House Network); Beyond Fronta (informal network of Central and South European dance organizations)  


Adresse :

Biankinijeva 5 10 000 Zagreb

Tel :

+385 1 4641154

Mis à jour le 30 Mai 2017
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