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"Theatre, arts and dance – a creative way to cross borders", a project in Berne.
The weather is warm in Bümpliz, with summer treading timidly on the heels of spring, a fine evening. I prolong my stroll around the town centre; my appointment is at 7.30.
The gentle sound of a music box, four people seated around a desk, working. They slowly lose their balance, end up on the ground, slowly try to get up again. They make it, but return to their original, precarious position.
As an artist, working in another country can provide you with new sources of inspiration. You will gain experience and knowledge and might even expand your audience or start a partnership.
Ever wanted to go on an exchange programme but Erasmus wasn’t really your thing? With the UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries Programme, you can do a young-artist residency anywhere in the world.