The Nordic Region has a long history of cooperation and collaboration. In recent years, this has been particularly evident with respect to the development and promotion of the performing arts. For the first time an ISPA Congress will be officially held not only in two cities but two countries! The newest developments in cultural infrastructure, cultural policy and cooperative projects will be included in our dialogue. Delegates will be among the first to visit Malmö Live, Scandinavia’s newest concert hall as well as enjoy the rich cultural scene including the Swedish Biennial for Performing Arts! Join us from May 25th to 30th as we explore a future for the performing arts that is emerging not only in this region but internationally.
Special discounted rates are available for non-member delegates from the Baltic States and Nordic countries. Visit the Malmö/Copenhagen 2015 ISPA Congress website for additional information and also suggest that you bookmark the site as it will be updated frequently.
We look forward to seeing you in Malmö, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark for what promises to be an engaging, relevant and opportunity-filled Congress!