We have it in our
power to begin the
world over again.

THOMAS PAINE

R-EVOLUTION PROJECT (aka r-ev) aims to support the creative processes of a new generation of performative artists, encouraging cultural exchanges and providing participants with new creative sTIMULI as a result of the interaction and contamination between different cultural and geographical areas.

Nuovo Teatro Sanità
(project leader | Naples, Italy)

Nuovo Teatro Sanità (NtS’) originated in 2013 in Naples in the Rione Sanità, by the will of a group of theater professionals, led by artistic director Mario Gelardi, who met the young people of Sanità and built with them a theater, in a church of the ‘700, gathering around him a real community.

Sardegna Teatro – Theater of Cultural Interest
(partner | Cagliari, Italy)

Founded in 1973, Teatro di Sardegna (TdS) was recognized in 2015 by MiBACT as the only Sardinian TRIC, thanks to the project Sardegna Teatro directed by Massimo Mancini, receiving also the MiBACT contribution for the Dance Review.
In addition to the production of multidisciplinary performances, TdS expresses its longing for a cooperative society proposing itself as a place of collective experience, training of emerging artists and active involvement of communities.

Sardegna Teatro – Theater of Cultural Interest
(partner | Cagliari, Italy)

Founded in 1973, Teatro di Sardegna (TdS) was recognized in 2015 by MiBACT as the only Sardinian TRIC, thanks to the project Sardegna Teatro directed by Massimo Mancini, receiving also the MiBACT contribution for the Dance Review.
In addition to the production of multidisciplinary performances, TdS expresses its longing for a cooperative society proposing itself as a place of collective experience, training of emerging artists and active involvement of communities.

Primavera dei Teatri
(partner | Castrovillari, Italy)

A festival focused on the new languages of the contemporary scene, Primavera dei Teatri is held in Castrovillari, a small town on the outskirts of Calabria, one of the most disadvantaged regions of Italy, which has always been cut off from the most significant cultural currents crossing Europe. Today, after twenty editions, the festival is considered one of the leading events of the Italian artistic scene, an essential reference point for operators, critics, artists and audiences from all over Italy and abroad.

Scena Nuda – Theatre company
(partner | Reggio Calabria, Italy)

Scena Nuda theater company was founded in Reggio Calabria in 2006 by Teresa Timpano and Filippo Gessi, both graduates of the Civic Academy of Dramatic Art Nico Pepe of Udine. In 2010 Roberta Smeriglio joined in the role of organizer and designer. The Association stands out for its widespread work on the territory and with schools, managing to create, in 2010 at the Odeon Theatre in Reggio Calabria, the season of theater for children Theater for you, involving 17,000 spectators.

Scena Nuda – Theatre company
(partner | Reggio Calabria, Italy)

Scena Nuda theater company was founded in Reggio Calabria in 2006 by Teresa Timpano and Filippo Gessi, both graduates of the Civic Academy of Dramatic Art Nico Pepe of Udine. In 2010 Roberta Smeriglio joined in the role of organizer and designer. The Association stands out for its widespread work on the territory and with schools, managing to create, in 2010 at the Odeon Theatre in Reggio Calabria, the season of theater for children Theater for you, involving 17,000 spectators.

Teatro della Città – Theatrical Production Center
(partner | Catania, Italy)

Teatro della Città – Centro di Produzione Teatrale (TdC), founded in 1989, is recognized as a Center of Theatrical Production by MiBACT and the Sicilian Region – Tourism, Sport and Entertainment Department. Its main activities focus on the production, programming and touring in the field of live performance, in particular of both classical and contemporary prose. Among these, it is worth mentioning the coordination of a regional theater network for the circulation of plays in places and cultural heritage of high value.

Greek Art Theatre
(partner | Athens, Greece)

Greek Art Theatre originated from the heritage of Theatre Technis founded by Karolos Koun, in 1942, during the darkest years of the Nazi occupation. Its objectives were the promotion of contemporary Greek playwrights, the foundation of an acting school, the familiarization of the Greek public with the main foreign playwrights, both classical and modern, and the staging of classical works. Its main features were, in the 1940s, and still are today: collective work and theatrical training.

Greek Art Theatre
(partner | Athens, Greece)

Greek Art Theatre originated from the heritage of Theatre Technis founded by Karolos Koun, in 1942, during the darkest years of the Nazi occupation. Its objectives were the promotion of contemporary Greek playwrights, the foundation of an acting school, the familiarization of the Greek public with the main foreign playwrights, both classical and modern, and the staging of classical works. Its main features were, in the 1940s, and still are today: collective work and theatrical training.

Between the Seas Mediterranean Performance Lab
(partner | Athens, Greece and New York, USA)

Between the Seas was founded in 2010 in New York by Aktina Stathaki with the mission of cultivating contemporary Mediterranean performing arts and promoting cultural dialogue between the Mediterranean and the rest of the world. Between the Seas Festival of Mediterranean Performing Arts, the first and only international festival in North America dedicated to contemporary Mediterranean culture, was organized in this vein from 2011 to 2015.

POLYECO CONTEMPORARY ART INITIATIVE
(partner | Piraeus, Greece)

Polyeco Contemporary Art Initiative (PCAI) was founded in 2014 by Athanasios Polychronopoulos, executive chairman of Polyeco Group, as a means to increase environmental awareness through contemporary art and video. The organization is a member of the International Association of Corporate Collections of Contemporary Art (IACCCA) and the Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA) and implements its goals through three areas of activity and its primarily commission-based art collection, projects, and support. The PCAI artist residency program focuses on the interplay between contemporary art, science, and environmental consciousness.

POLYECO CONTEMPORARY ART INITIATIVE
(partner | Piraeus, Greece)

Polyeco Contemporary Art Initiative (PCAI) was founded in 2014 by Athanasios Polychronopoulos, executive chairman of Polyeco Group, as a means to increase environmental awareness through contemporary art and video. The organization is a member of the International Association of Corporate Collections of Contemporary Art (IACCCA) and the Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA) and implements its goals through three areas of activity and its primarily commission-based art collection, projects, and support. The PCAI artist residency program focuses on the interplay between contemporary art, science, and environmental consciousness.

Hammana Artist House
(partner | Beirut, Lebanon)

The will to make slight social transformations, mission of Hammana Artist House (HAH), is translated into a diversity of disciplines, level of professionalism, ideological background of the groups, artists and partners involved in its programs. Through the provision of socially useful workshops, residencies, professional network meetings, or through the programming of performances, HAH is a residency space and a cultural center, implementing a whole chain of activities aimed at fighting against the mental limits of a fragmented society, divided by communitarianism and politically motivated initiatives.

ARTEMREDE
(partner | Santarém, Portugal)

Artemrede is a cultural cooperation project that has been operating continuously for 16 years. It was created with the aim of assisting municipalities in the planning and management of their theaters. Since then, ARTEMREDE has presented more than 1300 shows to an audience of over 160,000 people. Performing arts are at the core of ARTEMREDE’s activities, but the network also focuses on visual arts, arts education and professional training for the cultural sector.

ARTEMREDE
(partner | Santarém, Portugal)

Artemrede is a cultural cooperation project that has been operating continuously for 16 years. It was created with the aim of assisting municipalities in the planning and management of their theaters. Since then, ARTEMREDE has presented more than 1300 shows to an audience of over 160,000 people. Performing arts are at the core of ARTEMREDE’s activities, but the network also focuses on visual arts, arts education and professional training for the cultural sector.

Teatro General San Martin – Complejo Teatral de Beunos Aires
(partner | Buenos Aires, Argentina)

In September 2000, the city government created the Buenos Aires Theater Complex, an organization that unites, artistically and administratively, five theaters: the San Martín, Presidente Alvear, Regio, De la Ribera and Sarmiento theaters.
Teatro San Martín is one of the most prestigious and avant-garde theaters in Latin America. The theater has two permanent theatrical companies, the Contemporary Ballet and the Puppeteers Group, both forerunners in the sector at the national level, and has three halls for artistic performances and a cinema.

Fundación Teatro a Mil 
(partner | Santiago, Chile)

The Teatro a Mil Foundation was founded in 2004 as a nonprofit organization with the goal of reclaiming public spaces, improving access to culture and promoting Chilean performing arts, making them known both in Chile and abroad. In addition to the Santiago a Mil International Festival, the organization has developed training and education programs for both audiences and artists, a catalog of Chilean and international works – most of them co-productions – and promoted the Platea initiative, the main marketing event for the performing arts in Chile.

Fundación Teatro a Mil 
(partner | Santiago, Chile)

The Teatro a Mil Foundation was founded in 2004 as a nonprofit organization with the goal of reclaiming public spaces, improving access to culture and promoting Chilean performing arts, making them known both in Chile and abroad. In addition to the Santiago a Mil International Festival, the organization has developed training and education programs for both audiences and artists, a catalog of Chilean and international works – most of them co-productions – and promoted the Platea initiative, the main marketing event for the performing arts in Chile.

Corporacion Teatro Regional Del Biobío
(partner | Concepción, Cile)

The Biobío Theater is an innovative public cultural facility for the region, with a high technological level, where you can enjoy different and highly innovative performances.
This artistic center that allows for the convergence of different artistic expressions was built on the bank of the Biobío river, near the public offices of the region’s capital and where the city’s railroad terminal was historically located.

Paisaje Publico
(partner | Santiago, Cile)

Paisaje Publico is an artistic meeting place for live performance, born in the public space managed by the cooperative Metropolitana de Arte Escénico Red Compartir, whose goal is to create a center for theatrical creation in Chile and Latin America. at the core of the artistic project are the public space and the urban landscape. The program supports artists who base their work on social inclusion, responding critically to the new socio-cultural needs emerging in contemporary cities, its streets and spaces.

Paisaje Publico
(partner | Santiago, Cile)

Paisaje Publico is an artistic meeting place for live performance, born in the public space managed by the cooperative Metropolitana de Arte Escénico Red Compartir, whose goal is to create a center for theatrical creation in Chile and Latin America. at the core of the artistic project are the public space and the urban landscape. The program supports artists who base their work on social inclusion, responding critically to the new socio-cultural needs emerging in contemporary cities, its streets and spaces.

INAE Uruguay Instituto Nacional de Artes Escénicas
(partner | Montevideo, Uruguay)

The National Institute of Performing Arts of Uruguay (INAE) is committed to promoting and strengthening the development of the performing arts throughout the country. Its activities include the organization and implementation of advanced education seminars, research process projects and performing arts workshops with national and foreign artists and teachers; support for festivals, exhibitions and other types of civil society projects that promote the development of the performing arts.

Implosivo Artes Escénicas
(partner | Montevideo, Uruguay)

Implosivo Artes Escénicas was created with the objective of developing three fundamental areas: education, residencies and creation. Implosivo operates as a workshop institute for actors, offering a three-year training, as well as seminars, conventions and courses in cultural management, dramaturgy, visual design and scenography, taught by national and international masters.
Through research actions and laboratory work, the company creates theatrical works based on different artistic codes, such as: architecture, plastic, aesthetics, audiovisual and music.

Implosivo Artes Escénicas
(partner | Montevideo, Uruguay)

Implosivo Artes Escénicas was created with the objective of developing three fundamental areas: education, residencies and creation. Implosivo operates as a workshop institute for actors, offering a three-year training, as well as seminars, conventions and courses in cultural management, dramaturgy, visual design and scenography, taught by national and international masters.
Through research actions and laboratory work, the company creates theatrical works based on different artistic codes, such as: architecture, plastic, aesthetics, audiovisual and music.

R-Evolution Project 2021 | info@revolutionproject.eu