Departing from the current political, economic, humanitarian, and environmental crises of Europe, this session at IETM Munich gathered ideas to revive democracy and the European project, while...Read more
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This Toolkit examines how historical links between countries, different political contexts, technical infrastructure and skills, freedom to travel, living and working conditions, aesthetics,...Read more
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This IETM Brussels session has explored the tensions between the artist as both a romantic outsider and an activist insider. Each panelist had an experience in engaging with civic movements: some...Read more
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How may a legal framework be achieved for the fair status of the artist? What would be the spectrum of such a law? Who should be involved in the drafting of cultural policies? What models exist...Read more
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IETM Bucharest session "How to save Europe?" addressed the gloomy reality Europe is living through: democratic deficit, institutional crisis, increasingly predominant populist and nationalist...Read more
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The IETM Satellite meeting in Paris gathered around 60 participants from across Europe and beyond – arts sector representatives, researchers, policymakers and intermediaries organisations - in an...Read more
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We began the session at IETM Zurich by studying an all too recognisable vision- the UN political map of the world, defined, as we are all so familiar with, by clearly drawn lines carving out...Read more
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Open Space is a powerful, self-organising open meeting format that enables participants to create their own agenda in accordance with a specific theme. In Budapest we discussed for two days around...Read more
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The third issue of the Fresh Perspectives series, The Art of Disobedience, looks at how arts interfere and engage with politics. The author, Daniel Gorman, takes us on a journey through crucial...Read more
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