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Urban Dig Project/ Ohi Pezoume Performing Arts Company

Organizacja / Organisation Urban Dig Project/ Ohi Pezoume Performing Arts Company Kraj / Country Grecja / Greece (GR) Strona internetowa / Website Kontakt / Contact Haris Biskos, [email protected], Nadia Siokou, [email protected] Obszar grantowy / Scheme Projekty Współpracy Europejskiej / European Cooperation Projects Dziedzina / Field Zrównoważony rozwój / Sustainable development
Ekologia / Ecology
Włączanie społeczne / Social Inclusion
Zrównoważona turystyka kulturowa
Projekty interdyscyplinarne / Interdisciplinary projects
Sztuki wizualne / Visual arts
Sztuki Performatywne / Performative Arts
Teatr / Theatre
Project Partner


We would like to participate in partnerships formed for current or upcoming Creative Europe calls, European Cooperation Projects 2022 and beyond. We preferably interested for projects that deal with water (water heritage sites, water cultural landscapes, the notion of thirst etc) and/or earth and land issues (land ownership-who owns the land? quality of soil etc) and/or air elated initiatives (air quality, breathing etc). We also have a strong interest for projects that involve dramaturgy, theatrical plays or art installations that connect to Africa or the relationship between North and South.

We are looking for partnerships formed for current or upcoming Creative Europe calls that deal with water, land or air issues as described above. We also have a strong interest for projects that involve dramaturgy, theatrical plays or art installations and approach themes related to Africa or North/South.


The Urban Dig Project is an artistic/research/community platform, developed by the not-for-profit organization ‘Ohi Pezoume Performing Arts Company’, based in Athens, Greece. It acts within the intersection of qualitative research, artistic interventions and community actions. During every project, community engagement and participatory mapping practices serve as foundation for building site-specific performances in public space.
UrbanDig Project employs art and intangible cultural heritage as a common language that becomes a tool for the community to co-create urban space.

UrbanDig projects start as an intrinsic need/urge to dig under the visible urban mosaic towards its invisible layers and beyond the “formal” visible  narratives, in the process of collecting an undiscovered local material and transforming it into a site-specific scenario. It creates a unique site-specific content based on the past, present and future of urban areas. It’s the intentional reflection by site-specific performance on the invisible part of the local history, the cultural capital of a neighborhood, bringing people from various ages, backgrounds and disciplines together to collect, map and publicly present their local cultural capital. The relationships built through the collaborative process, become the strongest element of inspiration.

Ohi Pezoume Performing Arts Company is an interdisciplinary organization that works with research and action and engages a range of professionals from diverse scientific backgrounds such as historians, sociologists, artists, performers, geographers, anthropologists, architects, economists and also experts in the field of cultural management, education, communication, environmental engineering, participatory leadership, digital media, tourism, engineering.




Data publikacji: 25/02/2022

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