RESHAPE is a partnership of intermediary arts organisations who support the development of the arts sector in their countries or regions.
- ACT “Association for Independent Theatre – association of freelance professional theatre group” from Bulgaria, established in 2009 as a union of NGOs and freelance artists in the contemporary performing arts
- Alt Art, an organisation that contributes to promoting the impact of culture on societal development through research, debates, networking and policy work, based in Cluj.Napoca, Romania
- Artemrede, a Portuguese project of cultural cooperation operating uninterruptedly for the last 13 years, which currently gathers 15 municipalities, promoting the interaction between cities of different scales
- Arts and Theatre Institute, a state-funded organization based in Prague with the mission to provide the Czech and international public with a comprehensive range of research, documentation and information services in the field of theatre, dance, music and other branches of the arts (literature and visual arts)
- British Council, the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities
- Bunker, a Slovenian non-profit that produces and presents contemporary theatre and dance performances, organizes different workshops and other educational programmes, carries out various research methods in the field of culture and brings together one of the most noted international festivals, the Mladi levi festival.
- East European Performing Arts Platform supports the development of the contemporary performing arts in Central and Eastern Europe. The project is administratively housed by the Center for Culture in Lublin, Poland and is financed by the City of Lublin and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.
- Flanders Arts Institute is an expertise centre for the arts from Flanders and Brussels, the contact point for foreign art professionals in search of information on the arts in Flanders
- Goethe-Institut Barcelona that has strong ties within the local and regional cultural community and a long-standing reputation as an institution that promotes cultural diversity.
- Onassis Foundation & Onassis AiR, is a year-round artists-in-residence program, located in the urban centre of Athens, that grounds its mission in commitment to supporting artistic process, towards a less product-obsessed arts ecosystem
- Onda — French office for contemporary performing arts circulation that promotes the dissemination of contemporary performing arts in France, through information, expertise, networking, financial support and research.
- Pogon — Zagreb Centre for Independent Culture and Youth that supports local independent organizations and artists by providing venues, by helping to build their capacities locally, by advocating their interests on a local and European level, and by facilitating their participation in international cultural cooperation.
- Pro Helvetia that supports and disseminates Swiss arts and culture, it has a worldwide reach through its offices abroad and stimulate cultural production with its initiatives.
- Danish Arts Foundation whose primary goal is to promote the arts in Denmark and Danish art abroad.
- Ettijahat, an organization that stimulates the growth of independent culture in Syria by encouraging a positive and real relationship between culture and Syria’s diverse communities.
- EUNIC, European Union National Institutes for Culture committed to building trust and understanding between the peoples of Europe and the rest of the world through culture
- Performing Arts Fund NL, the most important culture fund for music, music theatre, dance and theatre in the Netherlands that provides support on behalf of the government to every form of the professional performing arts.
- Frame Contemporary Art Finland that advocates for Finnish contemporary art, support and promote international projects, facilitate professional partnerships, as well as act as an information centre for Finnish contemporary art.
- Mondriaan Fund, a public fund for visual art and cultural heritage in the Netherlands that enables plans, projects and programmes of artists, exhibition makers and critics, museums and other art and heritage institutions, as well as publishers and commissioners.