Perform Europe

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We have been talking about it for years. With Perform Europe, the European Commission has given the performing arts a chance to reimagine the way we tour our work in a more sustainable and inclusive way, to put environmental concerns at the centre of international touring and to celebrate artistic excellence. 

Perform Europe

We have been talking about it for years. With Perform Europe, the European Commission has given the performing arts a chance to reimagine the way we tour our work in a more sustainable and inclusive way, to put environmental concerns at the centre of international touring and to celebrate artistic excellence. 

Reconfigurer le réseau (pour les années 20)

Les arts du spectacle ont essuyé de véritables tempêtes au cours des dernières années.

Les conditions environnementales, sociales et politiques en constante évolution exercent de lourdes pressions sur notre travail. Nous nous évertuons tous de trouver des réponses et des solutions, mais comment celles-ci peuvent-elles dépasser le stade de simples stratégies de survie ? La réponse est claire. Afin d’avoir un véritable impact systémique, nous devons unir nos forces et travailler ensemble.

This report brings together the main learning points we have drawn from the Perform Europe process, since its start in December 2020. The Perform Europe process so far highlights the urgency to...Read more
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Malgré les défis du COVID-19, 2020 a probablement été l'une des années les plus actives de l'histoire de l'IETM. Ce rapport présente un aperçu complet de toutes nos activités, événements,...Read more
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Despite the challenges of COVID-19, 2020 was probably one of the busiest years in IETM’s history. This report presents a comprehensive overview of all our activities, events, publications, projects...Read more
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Culture/SHIFT is focused on harnessing the role of creativity and culture to tackle the climate emergency. Inspired by the work of civic artist Frances Whitehead and the embedded artist project , the programme seeks to mix the skills and competencies of artistic and non-arts partners to address urgent climate and sustainability related issues.
This report presents some of the reflections and discussions on the relationships between performing arts and climate action held during the digital IETM Galway Satellite Meeting in December 2020.

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