SEAS Dock – a tool for people who are engaging in transnational collaboration in Europe
SEAS Dock is the legacy of European arts platform Black/North SEAS 2006-2010.
Black/North SEAS was a European cultural platform that connected two very different European regions – The Black Sea and the North Sea. SEAS created 20 new cross-disciplinary artistic works that were inspired by intercultural exchange between artists from the two regions and the political, environmental and social realities facing Europe’s coastal communities. In the format of a traveling festival the artworks were presented in urban and unconventional spaces in 17 towns and cities, including the conference series CityScape on arts and re-urbanisation. SEAS was initiated by Intercult and realized with 7 co-organisers and 70 artists, with support by the EU Culture Programme 2007-2013.
The evaluation of SEAS is designed by Lidia Varbanova to offer practical and strategic insight and guidance for people who are, or are thinking of, engaging in transnational collaboration in Europe.
It presents an external evaluation with reflections on key issues by Dragan Klaic, 26 recommendations for future projects, spin offs, lessons learned and reflections by the SEAS management team on partnership, funding, concept and artistic process. The documentation includes SEAS research, productions, events, artists and organisations, films and audio.