JC Copenhagen is management, advising, mentoring and administration
JC Copenhagen is a private owned organization specializing in advising, managing and administrating smaller companies, self-producing choreographers and artists.
The organization was founded by Jens Christian Jensen in 2020 after having worked in different institutions such as The Agency for Culture and Palaces, The Project Centre at Dansehallerne and Performing Arts Platform in Aarhus.
JC Copenhagen has a large network within the choreographic and dance field in Denmark and has been operating partner on behalf of The Danish Arts Foundation for the presentation of Danish dance at Tanzmesse in Düsseldorf.
The artists, JC Copenhagen are working with, consist of theatre companies, self-producing choreographers, dance companies and self-governed institutions. The main focus is on financial management of the artists and their companies: JC Copenhagen handle contracts and wages, pay invoices, do accounting, settle taxes and VAT, report to the funding providers.
Besides the administration support, JC Copenhagen also offer advice on doing budgets and a clear and understandable description for applications.
JC Copenhagen offer mentoring and sparring sessions for artists, producers and self-producing artists on a range of areas, from project applications and budgets to organization, production and long-term strategy, competence clarification and networking.
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During the years at the Project Centre at Dansehallerne, Jens Christian was project leader for the Danish booth at Tanzmesse in Düsseldorf in 2014, 2016 and 2018. On behalf of The Danish Arts Foundation, he coordinated the presentation of Danish companies and choreographers – as a booth at Tanzmesse in Düsseldorf and a booklet.
Also, during the years at the Project Centre, Jens Christian was part of a Nordic network for producers and self-producing choreographers. Part of that was Nordic Circle of Artistic Management, a 3-year mentor program (2016-18) with partners in Sweden (SITE Sweden), Norway (Performing Arts Hub Norway), Finland (Arts Management Helsinki) and Iceland (Dance Atelier).
Working for Copenhagen International Theatre, Jens Christian was project coordinator for the international showcase for performing arts email@example.com in Denmark in 2009.
Jens Christian has always had a strong relation to the dance and choreographic field within the Nordic countries – and working both in Aarhus and Copenhagen, one of his aims is to strengthen the ties within the performing arts field between the two cities.
In general Jens Christian has developed a strong network within his field of activity – and likes to share his knowledge and contacts with others – knowing that sharing often will be rewarded.
Jens Christian Jensen has a background as bookkeeper and is educated in HR at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation. He has worked several years for the Danish Arts Foundation at the Agency for Culture and Palaces (2001-2008) within the departments for music and performing arts. He has worked as project coordinator and administrator for Copenhagen International Theatre and from 2011 to 2018 we worked at the Project Centre at Dansehallerne. In 2018-20, he worked as administrator and advisor for Performing Arts Platform in Aarhus – and last for HAUT in Copenhagen (2020).
Jens Christian holds a BA in History and Middle East History, and holds a MA in Modern Culture from Copenhagen University. In 2019-20 Jens Christian was educated as Narrative Supervisor consultant at DISPUK: Danish Institute for Supervision, Employee Education and Consultancy.
Jens Christian began administrating companies (teaterforeninger) in Aarhus in 2019 – and at the end of 2020 it became his main focus – and finally he came out as independent and self-imployed.
On the website, all information is in Danish, including Jens Christians CV. If you want to get in touch with Jens Christian, please contact him:
Jens Christian Jensen
Phone: +45 30 53 10 35
C. F. Richs Vej 93, 3. th
2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark