This meeting has reached full on-site capacity. However, you can still register for the online programme.
What have the pandemic times taught us beyond the fragility of our ecosystems? What can we learn from each other and pass on to new generations?
Trans-missions is the umbrella notion of our next Autumn Plenary Meeting, from 21 to 24 October 2021. Co-organised by a diverse team of artists, cultural professionals and students based in France with the support of the Préfet de la Région Auvergne Rhône - Alpes, Ville de Lyon and Grand Lyon La Métropole, the Plenary will take place in Lyon, and more broadly in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. Although fragile, this IETM Plenary Meeting is led with determination and commitment to a large extent by a team of volunteers and will therefore be experimental, unpredictable and audacious.
IETM Lyon 2021 will be organised as an Open Forum that will provide a free space to invent, together, processes, methods and other modes of transfer which can serve our performing arts ecosystem, in a sustainable way.
Hosted in different places all over the city of Lyon, this Open Forum Plenary will invite participants to create the discussions jointly at the beginning of each day – propose topics and questions, inspired by the notion of Trans-missions. We will make sure there will be ample space for informal networking and exchange. Because this is mostly what this meeting is about : meeting again and sharing this unique experience together! And it will also be an opportunity to celebrate the 40th anniversary of our network, which held its first formal meeting in France in 1981.
The Plenary will also offer an online programme including online talks, keynote speeches, speed-dating sessions and more.
Our IETM Lyon Plenary Meeting has reached full on-site capacity. However, you can still register for the online programme.
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Maximum capacity: 200 participants
Both IETM members and non-members are welcome to participate. You can check the participation fees here.