We are thrilled to invite you to an engaging Digital Coffee Talk hosted by Intercult, within the Theatre in Palm project, to listen to the performance artist Tana Maneva presenting her method “Ankoku Performance Language”, how it liberates and unleash creativity and stage freedom. Tana will share her experience in working with her Laboratory-team at Teater Giljotin.
Event Details: 
Date: May 14, 2024 
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (CET) 
Platform: Zoom 
Language: English 
About the artist: Tana Maneva is a performance artist and director based in Stockholm, Sweden, who has developed the “Ankoku Performance Language” a hybrid of Butoh, theatre and dance. The method helps artists to develop, to find their inner voice and create depth, quality, beauty and authenticity. She has coached singers at Folkoperan, actors at Den Nationale Scene in Bergen and held workshops for the National Theatre Academies of Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Luleå during workshop days in Gothenburg. Tana has created and participated in about 20 productions at Teater Giljotin and toured with several productions around Europe.
Register and join via this link.
Looking forward to see you there!
The talk was recorded and can be enjoyed afterwards on our YouTube channel.

What is Theatre in Palm?
Theatre in Palm (2022-2025) is the first Creative Europe platform project for performing arts. The project brings together 12 partners from all over Europe and works towards establishing a platform for emerging artists in the performing arts, which can act as a stepping stone for European exchange and intercultural collaboration. The main aims of the project are to help emerging artists navigate in their career as well as to broaden networks and facilitate cooperation between the project member countries. In addition to assisting individual emerging performing artists, the project aims to help the European theatre scene recover after the pandemic by creating a new European theatre platform. Theatre in Palm also targets theatre organizations, independent groups, producers, art schools, etc., ensuring that they connect with new stages, find new audiences, and become part of the new European theatre movement.

This groundbreaking project is coordinated by Turku Arts Academy. Apart from Sweden, organizations from Italy, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Greece, Belgium, Cyprus, Romania and Bulgaria are active on the platform. Read more about Theatre in Palm here.

For questions about the event,  please contact info@ntercult.se