By clicking on "Accept" , you acknowledge that cookies are stored on your device to enhance the user experience, analyze the use of the site and assist with our marketing efforts. Please refer to our Privacy Policy for more information.
Terms of use of cookies
When you visit websites, they may store or retrieve data from your browser using cookies. This is often necessary for the basic functionality of the website. The cookies may be used for marketing, analysis or customization of the site, for example to store your preferences.

Privacy is important to us. Therefore, you have the option to disable certain types of cookies that are not necessary for the basic functionality of the website. This exclusion may affect your experience with the website.
Managing cookies by category
Always enabled
These cookies are essential for the basic functionality of the site.
These cookies are used to serve ads that are more relevant to you and your interests. They can also be used to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns or limit the number of times you see ads. Marketing companies insert them with the permission of the website operator.
Personal settings
These cookies allow the website to remember your preferences (such as your username, language or region) and provide a better and more personalized experience.
These cookies help the operator of the website monitor the functionality of the site, how visitors use it and whether there are technical issues. These cookies do not collect information that identifies visitors.

Out in the World - webinar on exhibition tours

Wednesday 8 February at 17:00 will hold Performing Arts Centre the webinar Out to the World for performing artists in Iceland.  

During the course we briefly learn about the aspects of international exhibition travel.  Among other things, negotiations and communications with exhibition venues, funding, practical aspects of travelling with sets and promotional matters will be discussed.

The speaker is Tinna Grétarsdóttir, choreographer and managing director of The Dance Workshop.  Tinna is the artistic director of Bíbí & Blaka (Bird & Bat) has been creating dance performances for children since 2012. Her performances have reached young audiences in the Nordic region and beyond. Tinna also has experience of participating in international collaborative projects.

The course is open to all performing arts professionals and is free.

The course lasts around 90 minutes and takes place on Zoom.


We ask participants to register for participation at this web link: