RAPP - Research in Artistic Practice Programme - is our international experiment programme open to all performing arts professionals. The purpose of RAPP is to produce new knowledge, skills and artistic development through practical experiments. To encourage leaps into the unknown, impossible endeavours and searches for new horizons.
Each year, 3 proposals are selected for RAPP, and the artists are invited to conduct the experiments at Seachange Lab. We provide space, technical facilities and staff, accommodation and a modest salary for the participating artists.
At the end of an experiment period of 5-10 days, the results of the work will be presented at the RAPP conference to artists, researchers, students and theatre professionals. There are no formal showings; the presentations focus on process, methods and new knowledge that are the results of the experiment.