at a glance

research!
no production



A flausen+schorlarship offers freedom for scenic research beyond production logic and time pressure.

4 weeks
4 people
1 stage


The scholarship is designed for groups consisting of 4 people doing hands-on research together for 4 weeks.

venture,
risk, failure


If something does not work out as expected, this is not a sign of failure, but an important research result. Failure also brings great insights.

interdisciplinary,
crossover!


Research projects often thrive on interdisciplinary approaches that bring together different perspectives. Dance, performance, technology, objects, scenography, all at the same time? No problem.

mentoring and advice

Through mentoring, the group's process is repeatedly confronted with an outside perspective and supported when problems arise. Mentors help where they can, but are not authorised to give instructions - what the group does with the feedback is up to them.

makingOFF#



At the end of a scholarship there is no premiere, but another research day with an audience. A finished piece should not be seen, but the interested audience should be involved in the research process.


0 scholarships
2022 in 5 federal states

Within the flausen+bundesnetzwerk, the research scholarships are distributed to bring the right artistgroup together with the right theatre.


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current

scholarships 2022


makingOFF

An evening of research with audience members

no
presentation

makingOFF is not about showing results, but about getting into conversation about processes. Individual excerpts are shown and then the audience is asked about their impressions. This discourse has proven to be extremely profitable for both sides.

it may be unfinished

Research thrives on trial and error and requires the courage to show scenic material at an early stage. flausen+ creates a framework in makingOFF and the clarity that nothing finished is shown and that the audience is there for the artists.

always different

The makingOFF is as diverse as the groups themselves. The format is moderated by flausen+ facilitators and adapted to the research work of the group.