In March 2019 ccap transformed a 650 m² former gymnasium in Farsta, a suburb south of Stockholm, into a new public space for choreography and radical art at large. THE HALL South of STHLM supports the making of significant choreography and makes it accessible to a diversity of audiences and social fields.
THE HALL provides a territory for unexpected exchange.
THE HALL is a center of peripheral moves.
THE HALL sustains the work of ccap and of a number of artistic collaborators and guests.
THE HALL advocates the event of choreography as relevant to a fair society. All events are Admission free.
THE HALL is a pilot project planned to run for three years, in collaboration with several co-producing partners.
THE HALL is initiated with funding from Region Stockholm, Swedish Arts Council and the The City Council of Stockholm.
SPRING & SUMMER 2019 – public events and other activities
THE HALL opens March 18th with the ccap installation TREES – a two months period of interactions with pre-school children and children with various (dis)abilities. The activities continue throughout spring with the ccap project DiM_Dance in Many, performed for and with asylum seekers. Between May and July THE HALL is inhabited by summer break activities, workshops, laboratories, residencies and art processes, which are recurrently brought to public display. All activities target peers and local audiences alike.
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123 43 Farsta