The OuDance Festival will be held for the 27th time in Oulu on September 15-19, 2021.
The production examines the tensions within and between performers, and in which the landscape of the future is filtered through the lens of the past.
The performance explores and deals with different forms of violence.
The production opens and discusses the class experiences of working group members in Finnish society.
What is currently happeming at JoJo and what is coming next? Information about up coming program and other activities.
PREMIERE ON 23.11.
Class pictures, draft V is a contemporary presentation that opens and deals with the class experiences of working group members in Finnish society. Complex class questions are addressed through movement, text, sound, and visual elements.
PREMIERE ON 4.11.
Eternal Return is a strange ride. Imagine being able to view your entire life from any vantage point. This performance dives into the topic of alternate perspectives of life from a place of humor and great seriousness.
The Artistic select committee of JoJo – Oulu Dance Center decided, that The OuDance festival held on 15–19th of September will be run by domestic artists due to Covid-19 situation.
JoJo – Oulu Dance Center launched a search for an Audience Work Coordinator in February. Fourteen applications were received and seven candidates were interviewed. JoJo’s Board elected KM Leea Alatalo. She will begin her full-time position on August 2, 2021. From April to the beginning of June, she works alongside Heikkinen during the induction period.
JoJo – Oulu Dance Center is a professional dance production center operating in the northern Finland’s vibrant dance art field, offering international, multidisciplinary dance art programme, with a focus on contemporary dance. The program also includes the OuDance Festival in the autumn. For dance art professionals, JoJo is a platform for co-productions and visiting performances and offers international residency exchange programs.
In addition, JoJo offers open workshops for everyone. JoJo is one of the four member organizations of the Northern Dance Regional Center and is funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Arts Promotion Center and the City of Oulu.
JoJo members receive various benefits, such as substantial price benefits for performance tickets and courses organized by JoJo, as well as information related to JoJo’s activities and general dance and dance job opportunities.
Voit kuunnella JoJo.fi nettisivujen tekstit suomeksi puhuttuna maalaamalla halutun tekstin ja painamalla esiin tulevaa PLAY-painiketta.