2022, May

VISCERAL TRANSITIONS. Exibition. Jūrmala

2022, February

Living Archive of Latvian Contemporary Dance

A documentary about the performance “And Suddenly Swans”

A review about the performance by Anna Kozonina (Russia/Finland)

2021, December

THE KEY TO CONNECTION BOOK. A publication

Print

2021, August

VOICE FROM BEL ETAGE. Contemporary musical. Premiered in Jūrmala, Sigulda, Rīga, Matīši

Video trailer

A reportage about the premiere on the national TV

2021, August

FAST FROZEN AND STUFFED SUMMER MOMENTS. Jūdaži, Allaži, More. 2021

2020, October

INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL FOR TIMES OF CRISIS. A publication

June, 2020

WOMAN WITHOUT QUALITIES. Contemporary art exhibition

2019, November

AND SUDDENLY SWANS. Contemporary dance performance with Burtnieki municipality community

2019, July 

LAUKKU curated contemporary dance program at Lūznava Arts Picnic

“Twoness” by Rūta Pūce and Anna Novikova, “Lonely Shepard” by Andris Kačanovskis and “Miss Lithuania” by Vilma Pitrinaite (Lithuania)

Andris Kačanovskis “Lonely Shepard”

2018, June – 2019, March

What Kind of Dance Fits Countryside?

Over a year 14 contemporary dance choreographers travel to LAUKKU residency village Lādezers to share their work through dancing, sharing movement practices and working methods and discussing.

Sintija Siliņa, Alise Putniņa, Agnese Bordjukova, Krišjānis Sants, Ieva Gaurilčikaite, Agnese Vanaga, Kristīne Brīniņa, Rūdolfs Gediņš, Elīna Lutce, Ilze Zīriņa, Ramona Galkina, Olga Žitluhina, Andris Kačanovskis, Agate Bankava.

A reportage about the project on the regional TV

Video documentation of the project

2018, July

LAUKKU curated contemporary dance program at Lūznava Arts Picnic

2018, June

The Wise of Burtnieki travel to Vecumnieki municipality

A first real LAUKKU tour! Works made as part of the project Searching for Burtnieki Treasures travel south to Bārbele. A new work is made in one day by a choreographer Eva Krūmiņa (LAT) and local participants.

Supported by SCCF, Zemgales plānošanas reģions, AS “Latvijas valsts meži”, Burtnieki municipality, Vecumnieki municipality, Bārbele culture house nams

A video trailer from a tour to Bārbele

2018, March

Searching for Burtnieki Treasures, Burtnieki Latvia

The closing of the project by four short dance performances made by  Agnese Bordjukova (LAT), Annemari Autere (NOR/FR), Agate Bankava (LAT) and Linda Krūmiņa (LAT).

Supported by SCCF. Part of Latvia-100 celebration program.

A video documentation of the four final performances of the project

2017, November

Dance improvisation on the way to Hammerfest for “Heart. Beats. Light.” project.

2017, September

Art helps understand and experience. Within the School bag project supported by the State Culture Capital Foundation (SCCF)

Artists: Agnese Bordjukova (LAT), Inta Balode (LAT), Valts Mikelsons (LAT), Linda Krumina (LAT), Krista Brige (LAT) and Agate Bankava (LAT). Producer: Inta Balode.

2017, July 

LAUKKU curated contemporary dance program at Lūznava Arts Picnic

“Hear Me” by Agnese Bordjukova, “7 Fairy Tales about Ņukucītis” by Varis Klausītājs, “Fafabulala” by Agate Bankava

7 Stories about Nukucītis

2017, July

LAUKKU program for NSU Summer Session, Saulkrasti

Collaboration project with the Nordic Summer University .

Cultural program. Inta Balode, Santa Grīnfelde, Krista Briģe (LAT), Inga Gaile (LAT), Daina Tabuna (LAT), Agnese Bordjukova (LAT), Annemari Autere (NOR / FR). Supervisors in the educational program: Annemari Autere (NOR / FR) and Agnese Bordjukova (LAT)

Agnese Bordjukova and Daina Tabūna

2017, April – 2018, March

Searching for Burtnieki Treasures, Burtnieki Latvia

Walking, performances while walking, book making workshops and discussions, which continue throughout the year (until April 2018) start in Burtnieki. Themes: rural history and knowledge, and learning from the Burtnieki region. Performances: Agnese Bordjukova (LAT), Annemari Autere (NOR), Krista Brige (LAT), Valerijs Olehno (LAT) and Agate Bankava (LAT). Producer: Inta Balode (LAT). (First official LAUKKU project.) Supported by SCCF.

2016, July 

LAUKKU curated contemporary dance program at Lūznava Arts Picnic

2016, August

NEW DANCE IN A NEW PLACE. Liepaja & Ziemupe & Cirava Latvia

Mini dance festival, including performances by Valts Mikelsons, Ginta Zabarovska, Santa Grīnfelde, Krista Briģe, Tobias M. Draeger , Laima Jansone, Linda Krumina, Agnese Bordjukova and Kristine Brinina.

10 critics, producers and dance writers took part in a 4 day workshop. Supervisors: Annemari Autere, Agnese Bordjukova, Ginta Zabarovska, Kristine Brinina, Laima Jansone and Tobias M. Draeger . Producer: Inta Balode.

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2015, August

NEW DANCE IN A NEW PLACE. Saldus Latvia

Mini dance festival, including performances by Elena Jacinta (LAT), Elena Angelova (BUL), Will Rawls (USA), luchiana achugar (USA), Moa Matilda Sahlin (SWE) and Elina Lutce (LAT).

20 critics, producers and dance writers took part in a 4 day workshop, where they discussed dance, philosophy and criticism.

Supervisors and lecturers: Will Rawls (USA), Luchiana Achiugar (USA), Dita Jonite (LAT), Max Ryynänen (FIN), Annemari Autere (NOR) and Moa Matilda Sahlin (SWE).

2014, October

NEW DANCE IN A NEW PLACE. Cēsis Latvia

Mini dance festival, including performances by Elīna Lutce (LAT), Dmitrijs Gaitjukevičs (LAT), Kristīne Borodina (LAT / FR), Elīna Gaitjukeviča (LAT), Katrīna Albuže (LAT), Olga Žitluhina (LAT). 20 critics, producers and dance writers took part in a 5 day workshop, where they were taught dance, philosophy, dance history and criticism.

Supervisors: Annemari Autere (NOR), Max Ryynänen (FIN), Lily Skove (US) and Valerijs Olehno (LAT). Producer: Inta Balode (LAT).

2013, August

NEW DANCE IN A NEW PLACE, Rēzekne, Latvia

Mini dance festival, including performances by “Ritms”, Elina Gaitjukeviča (LAT), Sintija Siliņa (LAT), Krišjānis Sants (LAT), Olga Žitluhina (LAT), where there were also dance open dance lessons for people. 20 critics, producers and dance writers took part in a 5 day workshop, where they were taught dance, philosophy, dance history and criticism.

Collaboration with Writing Movement. Supervisors and lecturers: Annemari Autere, Dita Jonite, Max Ryynänen, Ingrida Gerb and Olga Zitluhina (Latvia). Producer: Inta Balode. Collaboration: Writing Movement.

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