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SÍN Arts Centre

Budapest, Hungary

SÍN Arts Centre is one of the main hubs for contemporary dance and performance in Budapest with studios and a very good local know-how. Beyond the infrastructure we offer a professional environment to work in production management, fund raising, help and advice in the artists’ career development, assistance in finding the best possible context and partners for their work.


Find out who Hungarian community members were and how they have been involved in co-design processes and Performing Gender dance practices.

Staff on the project

Artistic Director
Anikó takes care of the international relations, strategic and project planning at SÍN. Her main focus of interest is the delicate and ever shaping relationship of the artist and producer/manager, the partnership of these professionals for the development of sustainable artistic projects. She regularly leads workshops on production management and international relations. Her arts management activities are supported by her practice as a certified coach and business trainer, she supports individual artists and collectives in their development. She has been a member of the IETM advisory committee since 2017. Between 2019 and 2021 she works as a reshaper in the international research project Reshape.
Project Manager
Luca is involved in the day-to-day life of SÍN, in short-, medium- and long-term planning and in the development of a more sustainable operating and cooperation model, she keeps SÍN's online communication channels alive and takes an active role in planning the communication strategy for productions, collaborations and other programs. Her other jobs alongside SÍN are all interconnected, developing each other, she feels comfortable in project management, logistics and program planning, and has several years of experience in these fields.
Audience Developer
Luca works as a freelance performer and drama instructor. She experiments, deepens and plays with different forms of participation. She is engaged in artistic and community projects in several different roles: sometimes she is present as a performer, a mediator/facilitator, a drama pedagogue, organizer or movement researcher. In her work, she likes to focus on non-verbal, movement-based, and sensorial experiences. She has joined the community of SÍN Culture Center as the audience developer of the project Performing Gender – Dancing in your shoes.