Notice On The Copenhagen Theatre Collaboration

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om Det Københavnske Teatersamarbejde

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Notice on the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration

Under section 14 (e) of the law on the performing arts, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 526 by 4. June 2012, determined: aim



§ 1. The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration is an independent institution, which aims to support the operation of a number of theaters in the metropolitan area. The Copenhagen Theatre cooperation can in addition after dialogue with theaters in the system perform a variety of administrative tasks on behalf of the theaters in the scheme.

(2). State grants under section 2 is granted, to the theatres in the scheme together can contribute to that in the capital entered a versatile and high-quality repertoire consisting of both older as newer dramas, as well as contribute to the promotion of development and innovation in the performing arts. It is the Copenhagen Theatre cooperation task to coordinate the individual teatres profiles for a single variety.

Grants



§ 2. The State may subsidize the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration. The State appropriation shall be determined at the annual finance laws. It is a prerequisite for the State subsidy for the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration that the institution complies with the provisions of this Ordinance.

(2). It is a prerequisite for the Copenhagen Theatre cooperation payment of reimbursement for a theater, which is covered by the scheme, that the theater comply with the provisions of this Ordinance.

The management of the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration



§ 3. The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration is managed by a Board of five members, who are appointed by the Minister of culture.

(2). The 5 members appointed as follows: the Minister of culture shall designate the Chairman and 2 non-executive members, and the Danish Arts Council appoints 2 backbenchers. The Board members shall collectively represent legal, managerial, economic, marketing and theatre skills.

(3). The Board members elect among themselves a Vice-President.

(4). Beskikkelserne is valid for 4 years. Immediate appointments can only take place once. Until 1 January 2008. January 2014 continues the incumbent Board of Directors for the Copenhagen Theatre as the Board of Directors for the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration. The first Board of Directors for the Copenhagen Theatre cooperation appointed pursuant to paragraphs 1 and 2 are appointed from the 1. January 2014, up to and including the 31. December 2017.

(5). In the event of secession, a new Member shall be appointed for the remainder of the period.

(6). The Board of Directors shall be composed in accordance with the law on equality between men and women by occupation of certain Board positions in the public administration and in accordance with the law on economic and administrative conditions for the beneficiaries of operating grants from the Ministry of culture.

(7). Management Board shall be signed by the President and, in his absence, by the Vice-President.

(8). The Management Board shall adopt its rules of procedure.

(9). The Board hires and dismisses a day-to-day Manager of the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration. The daily leader is responsible for the institution's day-to-day operations and administration. The daily leader hires a secretariat. The Secretariat carries out the administration of the Copenhagen Theatre cooperation and a number of cross-cutting tasks on behalf of the theaters in the scheme.

Bylaws



§ 4. The Copenhagen Theatre cooperation shall draw up the statutes of the institution.

§ 5. The statutes shall provide for: 1) the institution's name and head office, 2) the institution's purposes, 3) designation and installation in Office of the Board of Directors, 4) Board of Directors ' terms of Office and re-election, number 5) design and approval of budgets, 6) definition of fiscal year 7) reporting, review and approval of the annual report, 8) amendments to the articles and 9) characteristics of a possible situation of cessation, including use of net worth after the termination of the institution.

§ 6. The statutes shall be approved by the Cultural Agency.

The Board's tasks



§ 7. The Board of Directors for the Copenhagen Theatre cooperation shall decide on the allocation of governmental subsidies for the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration. Grants within the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration may be granted as a subsidy for a theatre's operation and reimbursement for a theatre production.

(2). The Board shall take a decision on which theatres to be offered to be included in the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration. The Board of Directors may decide on entry into or exit from The teatres Copenhagen Theater collaboration.

(3). The Management Board shall draw up the strategic development plans for the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration.

(4). The Management Board shall decide on the allocation of grants after the dissemination scheme for the theaters, which receives grants from the Copenhagen Theatre cooperation, in accordance with the Ordinance on intermediary grants to reduce ticket prices.

(5). The Management Board shall decide on the allocation of capital contribution of permanent or temporary character to the theaters in the scheme.

Director forum



§ 8. The directors of the individual theaters are part of a Director, who acts as advisory forum unit of the Board of Directors of the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration.

(2). If a theater with more than one Director, the theater's Board of Directors appoints a ceo among them, as part of Director forum in accordance with paragraph 1.

(3). Director of the forum shall adopt its rules of procedure.

(4). Before the Board of Directors for the Copenhagen Theatre cooperation shall take decisions on changes to the common arrangements in the administrative area, it must consult with the Director of the Forum. Prior to decisions on the terms and conditions for tilbageførselsordningen, see. § 11 (4) should the Board of Directors for the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration also consult with the Director of the Forum. The Board of Directors for the Copenhagen Theatre cooperation must also include Director of the Forum prior to the establishment of new strategic development plans and the overall profile for the Group of theatres, which are covered by the grant scheme.

(5). Director of the forum Secretariat is served by the Secretariat of the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration.

Multi-year agreements



§ 9. Between the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration and boards of the individual theatres that receive grants for operations and subsidies for production, concluded multiannual agreements.

(2). In the agreements determined the amount of the contribution for each theatre. Agreements shall in addition include conditions associated with the grant, the theater's artistic profile, including initiatives for innovation and development, the establishment of the institution's objectives, information on equity (value) stocking rates and evaluation. The agreements may also contain a requirement that the theaters are part of a cross-cutting task solutions and using for example a common activity and financial management system, joint auditor, etc.

(3). Adjustment of the agreement in the period of the contract can, when there is agreement between the parties, take place once a year.

(4). Folk theater forms nationwide tour Theatre multi-year agreements with the cultural agency. The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration of grant condition a variety of performing arts provides technical requirements for the Public Theater.

Capital contributions



§ 10. The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration decides on capital injections for theatres that receive grants under the scheme.

(2). For newly acceded theaters in the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration can be granted capital contributions to the establishment of equity. Equivalent may be granted capital contributions by succession and by the transition to a new agreement period.

(3). Capital can also be used in special cases where a theater in the scheme have lost whole or as large a portion of its equity, to it for an extended period in substantial block teatres opportunity to realize the intended business. Capital contributions can in such cases shall be in the form of equity loans.

Tilbageførselsordningen



§ 11. The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration can make the decision that operating profit above a certain size with theatres, which are covered by the scheme, in part to reverse to the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration and form part of the funds to be allocated between the theatres in the scheme, or be used for capital injections.

(2). The annual reversal occurs, if the individual theatre, as a minimum, have an operating profit of a specified size, see. (3). That can only happen back payment from a theater with a positive equity of at least 300,000 DKK repayment can never exceed the received grants.

(3). The Copenhagen Theatre cooperation establishes in connection with the conclusion of the multiannual agreements with theatres in the system the size of the operating profit, which at a minimum must be realized before there will be reversals.

(4). The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration may, in addition, establish terms and conditions for tilbageførselsordningen.

Buildings



§ 12. The Copenhagen Theatre cooperation owns or rents the theater buildings, which will be rented to theaters in the scheme. In the operating grants, as the theatres in the scheme receive, included funds for the payment of rent. The Copenhagen Theatre cooperation shall draw up detailed rules for ownership regarding fixtures in theatre buildings.

§ 13. The Copenhagen Theatre cooperation is responsible for the exterior maintenance of the buildings, as the Copenhagen Theatre teatres cooperation rents out to the theaters in the scheme, in so far as this is not for building owners.


(2). Each theater is responsible for the theater's daily operations and the Interior maintenance. The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration to oversee a sound operation and internal maintenance of the individual theatre buildings.

Collective agreements



§ 14. The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration included in agreement with theaters in the scheme of collective agreements on wages and conditions of employment for staff of the theatres that are included in the scheme.

(2). Collective agreements for employees in the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration and at theaters during the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration must be approved by the Minister of finance, in accordance with article 3. law on the performing arts section 31, paragraph 1.

Designation of boards and theatre leaders at individual theaters in scheme



§ 15. The individual theaters, which receive grants charged to the operation and subsidies to production, is led by a Board of up to 6 members, who are appointed by the Minister of culture. Theatre Board of Directors is the theater's top management.

(2). The Minister may decide that the Administrative Board of a theater in the scheme must resign if the theater does not meet the conditions for operating grant.

(3). The theatre's home municipality shall appoint 1 member to the Board of Directors. The theater's employees shall appoint 1 member to the Board of Directors. The Danish Arts Council appoints 2 members and the Minister of culture shall designate two members, including the Chairman of the Board of Directors.

(4). Members of the Management Board must together represent legal, managerial, economic, marketing and theatre skills. There must also be ensured a local anchoring of the Board.

(5). The members of the Governing Board shall elect from among themselves a Vice-President.

(6). Beskikkelserne is valid for 4 years. Immediate appointments can only take place once. However, this does not apply for the Member who is appointed by the theater's employees.

(7). In the event of secession, a new Member shall be appointed for the remainder of the period.

(8). The Board of Directors shall be composed in accordance with the law on equality between men and women by occupation of certain Board positions in the public administration.

(9). Management Board shall be signed by the President and, in his absence, by the Vice-President.

Paragraph 10. The Management Board shall adopt its rules of procedure.

Paragraph 11. The Board of the Public Theater will be composed according to the order of, among other things, the people's Theatre in his capacity as national touring theatre.

§ 16. The Board of Directors for the individual theatre hires and dismisses teaterlederen or management of the theatre, it is the Board of Directors for. The valuation shall take into account the existing four-year agreements with the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration, including the theater's artistic profile.

(2). Teaterlederen or management engaged for a limited period of time. Teaterlederen or management engaged for a period of 4 years with the possibility of extension 1 time for a maximum period of 4 years without that post to look up a theatre director or theatre management can maximum be employed for a continuous period of 12 years. For theatre managers, who were employed before 1. July 2012 (date of entry into force of the Act), apply to recruitment time shall be counted from the date of first appointment as Manager at that theatre.

(3). A theater manager can after a break of at least 4 years again be appointed as described in paragraph 2.

§ 17. Teaterlederen or-management is the theatre's artistic director for the theatre's Board of Directors and have over and within the framework of the multi-annual agreement, as the theater is included with the Copenhagen Theatre cooperation, responsible for the theater's daily operations and administration. There must not, without the approval of the Minister of culture be retrenchments in the theater manager's or management's right to freely and independently to decide on repertoire, engagement and other artistic issues, see. law on the performing arts section 31, paragraph 2.

The statutes of the individual theatres in scheme



§ 18. The individual theaters in the scheme shall draw up own statutes.

§ 19. The statutes shall provide for: 1) the institution's name and head office, 2) the institution's purposes, 3) designation and installation in Office of the Board of Directors, 4) Board of Directors ' terms of Office and re-election, number 5) design and approval of budgets, 6) definition of fiscal year 7) reporting, review and approval of the annual report, 8) amendments to the articles and 9) characteristics of a possible situation of cessation, including use of net worth after the termination of the institution.

§ 20. The statutes shall be approved by the Copenhagen Theatre collaboration.

(2). The statutes of the Public Theater is approved by the Cultural Agency.

Budget, accounts and Audit



§ 21. The Copenhagen Theatre cooperation relating to budgetary, accounting and auditing rules in Ordinance No. 1701 by 21. December 2010 for economic and administrative conditions for the beneficiaries of operating grants from the Ministry of culture.

(2). The Copenhagen Theatre cooperation should in the demands of the institution makes to the theaters in the scheme, ensure that the basis for compliance with paragraph 1 are present.

Supervision



§ 22. The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration is subject to supervision by the National Board of Culture.

(2). The Copenhagen Theatre collaboration to oversee economic and administrative matters, as well as a theatre professional relation with the theatres that receive grants under the scheme. Supervision must ensure that all conditions of the grants have been met.

(3). People's Theatre is due to its function as a nationwide touring theatre exempted from paragraph 2. People's Theatre is subject to supervision by the National Board of Culture.

Date of entry into force of



§ 23. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. July 2012 (2). At the same time as the entry into force of repealed executive order bekendtgørelse nr. 367 of 26. April 2006 about the capital Theatre.

The Ministry of culture, the 30. may 2012 Uffe Elbæk/Ane Kathrine Labadan

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