Partners CREW

Anima Eterna: International period orchestra, Bruges (BE)

BOZAR: International Arts Centre, Brussels (BE)

Buda: Arts Centre, Kortrijk (B)

Concertgebouw Brugge: International Platform for Music&Dance, Bruges (BE)

De Warande: Cultural Centre, Turnhout (BE)

Dreamspace project: a three-year European Commission funded project that comprises some of the top entities from the education, research&commercial sections, including The Foundry, NCAM, Stargate Germany, Saarland University, iMinds, CREW and Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg (EU)

EDM/UHasselt: (Expertisecenter for Digital Media) / University of Hasselt (BE)

Forecast Platform: International Platform that promotes emerging talents, Berlin (D)

iCavs: Interdisciplinary Cluster For the Advancement of Visual Studie, Tourcoing, FR

ICT ART CONNECT: European network for artists and technologists (EU)

iMinds: Digital Researchcentre Flanders, Ghent (BE)

In-Situ Network: European network for artistic creation in public spaces, (EU)

Kingston University: London (UK)

La Panacée: Centre for contemporary art, Montpellier (FR)

Natural Point/Optitrack: Largest provider of optical Motion Capture Technology, US

Nederlands Letterenfonds: Dutch Foundation for Literature, Amsterdam (NL)

Norfolk&Norwich Festival: International Arts City Festival, Norwich (UK)

NTGent: City Theatre House, Ghent (BE)

Peter Verhelst: Flemish poet, author and theatre director (BE)

Platform 0090: A sustainable international contemporary art platform, Antwerp (BE)

Productiehuis Rotterdam: (NL)

Steirischer Herbst: Festival of new art, Graz (Austria)

Toneelacademie Maastricht: Theatre Academy (NL)

Tonnus Oosterhoff: Dutch poet and writer, Groningen (NL)

Universiteit Utrecht: (NL)

Urland: Performance Collective (NL)

Vrijstaat-O: Arts Centre, Ostend (BE)

Support CREW

CREW is structurally funded by the Flemish Government.

CREW is subsidized by the Flemish Community Commission.

Dreamspace project (FP7 ICT Work Programme) is supported by Europe.

 

EXPLORER/Prometheus unchained received support of Fonds 21, BesteBuren,
Fonds Podiumkunsten and Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds.

The creation of Absence received support by Flemish Literature Fund.