In order to create the best possible framework for both children, the institution, and the artists, we hereby describe each party’s role.

Dansehallerne’s responsibility

Dansehallerne manages the overall operations of KORA. Dansehallerne selects the companies, produces the performances, and is responsible for the artistic, artisan, and communicative qualities as well as the relevance of the activities. Furthermore, Dansehallerne is responsible for PR material and all financial matters relating to the artists.

This responsibility includes:

  • Administering the KORA scheme, including contracts and salaries
  • Contact with the dancers, including negotiation of agreements and contracts
  • Coordinating and paying for the transport and accommodation of dancers
  • Distributing posters and other informative material to the contact person of the municipality
  • Evaluating the KORA scheme in collaboration with the contact person of the municipality

The Municipality’s responsibility

The municipality must appoint a contact person who will coordinate the municipality’s participation in KORA.

This includes:

  • Communicating the offer to relevant schools, kindergartens, and nurseries
  • Planning and coordinating the dance activities and workshop for participating school/childcare staff in collaboration with Dansehallerne
  • Ensuring that each participating school/childcare has appointed a contact person
  • Being the central point of communication for the contact persons of the schools/childcares, handling the contact to and communication with the participating schools/childcares
  • Ensuring that the contact person of each school/childcare is aware of his/her responsibilities – for further detail see “The responsibility of schools/childcares”
  • Participating actively in the evaluation of the KORA program, e.g. by ensuring that the schools/childcares evaluate the KORA visit

The Responsibility of the Contact Person

Each school and/or childcare visited by KORA must appoint a contact person.

The tasks of the contact person include:

  • Communicating about the visit with the contact person of the municipality, and possibly also Dansehallerne’s tour producer
  • Informing colleagues/staff about the performance and passing on preparatory material to them
  • Making sure that suitable facilities and sound equipment are available in accordance with the requirements of the company
  • Preparing the children for their participation in the performance
  • Receiving and greeting the dancers
  • Filling out the evaluation form after the visit