Amélie Coster

Lives and works in Angers & Paris (France).

Amélie Coster is an independent curator, performance programmer and producer.

She has worked at the Festival d'Avignon (1997-2000), at the Edna association - created by dancers and choreographers Boris Charmatz and Dimitri Chamblas - (2000-2003), at the Parc de La Villette (2003-2008) and at Vivarium Studio with Philippe Quesne (2009-2011). She then initiates and programmes projects at the crossroads of the visual and performing arts by developing her own structure, Casoar (2012).

She thus collaborates with numerous artists, institutions and private partners. She is co-curator with Dimitri Chamblas of the exhibition 3e scène - Opéra national de Paris / Fonds Hélène et Edouard Leclerc pour la Culture in 2016. She prepared with the curator Emilie Girard the exhibition On danse? presented at the MuCEM from January to May 2019. She has also designed an artistic programme aimed at very young children (0-3 years) for the Crèches de France group. She is currently collaborating on a documentary series on international choreographers, and on some of the actions carried out by PERU, a research laboratory on contemporary forms of hospitality.