01 October 2020 to 02 October 2020

IETM Multi-location in Aarhus (online)

The local Plenary meeting in Aarhus, Denmark, will be hosted by our member Lene Bang as part of the 4th edition of CAMP - Creative Agent Manager Producer. Please find below the introduction by the local host, as well as the local programme and practical information to help you plan your stay in Aarhus.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to the latest Covid-19 restrictions, the local meeting in Aarhus has shifted online. If you are already registered for this meeting, you can either attend it online or select another location to attend physically, in which case you can contact our Production Officer at [email protected] to change your registration.

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Introduction by the local hosts

The local IETM Plenary meeting in Aarhus will, for the first time, be hosted as part of the 4th edition of CAMP - Creative Agent Manager Producer, an ongoing development process and journey led by individual producers, agents and managers in the international field of performing arts and choreography. Such a synergy between CAMP and IETM will allow to foster the international dialogue.

The vulnerability within the performing arts sector is clearer than ever and action and responsibilities have been rethought and tested worldwide. During the event we will examine the role of a creative agent, manager, producer in society and what it means to produce and co-produce for the future. 
We continue to connect local and international peers and furthering critical awareness about the producer’s role, relevance and opportunities and further a necessary debate.

We continue to connect local and international peers and furthering critical awareness about the producer’s role, relevance and opportunities and further a necessary debate.

Register now

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Programme

The following online programme of the local meeting in Aarhus prepared by the local host is complementary to the participation in the main IETM online programme (marked as working sessions on the page), to which all the locations of the Multi-location Plenary will simultaneously connect on 1 and 2 October.

CEST: Central European Summer Time (local time in Aarhus)

Thursday, 1 October

14:00
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15:45
CEST

IETM's online programme

What matters now? Plenary discussion
The theme of the Multi-location Plenary Meeting will allow us to speak out on what truly matters in the different context in which we now evolve. A series of short addresses from speakers with versatile backgrounds will trigger live and online, local and international discussions.

Venue: Online

16:00 
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18:00 
CEST

CAMP roundtable 3: In Denmark
The CAMP roundtable is a set format, created to secure an open, honest and timely conversation based on six specific questions. 

Here, we use a 360-degree perspective, and we investigate the role of the agent, manager and producer as a vital facilitator for development and stability. CAMP allows colleagues to express, share and listen to the challenges and opportunities at hand. 

At previous CAMPS, we have even managed to motivate new sharings, which includes an up-to-date understanding of what the active producers bring to the industry and society. 

At this Danish edition of CAMP, we even reach across generations in a new initiative meeting arts students form the Department of Dramaturgy, Aarhus University. We do this to motivate critical thinking within possible future Danish producers.

Register now for this online session

Maximum capacity of the session: 30 participants

Venue: Online

19:30 -
21:00
CEST

Performance: Tourist by Don Gnu
Do you also dream of paradise? Of packing your sandals, bandana and sun cream and heading off towards distant shorelines and new worlds? Of coming home renewed and empowered, with a pocketful of life-affirming and unforgettable memories?

So come along, citizen of the world, back-packer, charter-tourist, on the journey of your life to the land of holiday wishes, dreams… and nightmarish scenarios! Because something is wrong, and three loveable individuals are forced to realize that in reality it's not a question of the destination but of the road that leads to it… for fate has it that their unique dream voyage turns into a chaotic battle ground over their claim to beautiful, uninhabited landscapes, swimming pools and roasted suckling pigs or croissants and cortados at a sidewalk café in Nice.

An action-packed, physical comedy about life as a tourist and about how encountering others can bring both the best and the worst out of us. Welcome to Don Gnu's fantastic island of dance.

Tourist is the second performance in the trilogy about the extraordinary experiences of ordinary life.

A Bora Bora co-production.

Venue: Online (and live in Bora Bora)

Friday, 2 October

10:00
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11:00
CEST

IETM online programme

IETM Pitchorama
This brand new session will showcase a series of 6 projects pitched by IETM members in 3-minute videos before leaving room for questions and feedback from participants.

Venue: Online

14:00
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15:00
CEST

IETM online programme: 

IETM info cell
An hour of valuable information on IETM: overview of the current and upcoming activities and projects, update on the recent and forthcoming policy and advocacy work, and introduction to the different working groups of IETM.

Venue: Online

16:00
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17:30
CEST

CAMP Global Dialogue Call 
We will wrap up the meeting with our favourite community-building session - this time in collaboration with IETM. The industry-related meeting calls upon an active global performing arts community. We invite you to join this call to meet peer to peer and address specific questions, starting from the point “What matters now?”.

The gathering will take off with a provocation rooted in a case addressing the producers' role in society. After this speech, we will explore the matter further in smaller breakout rooms and a feedback session. In the last 30 minutes of the call, we will invest in socialising and raise a toast to the future! 

Maximum capacity: 500 participants

Venue: Online

For any question regarding the online local meeting in Aarhus, please get in touch directly with Lene Bang Henningsen at [email protected].

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Covid-19 regulations

Due to the latest Covid-19 restrictions, the local meeting in Aarhus has been shifted online. If you are already registered for this meeting, you can either attend it online or select another location to attend physically, in which case you can contact our Production Officer at [email protected] to change your registration.

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Accessibility

It is our aim to make IETM meetings as accessible as possible. However, it may not be possible to offer services at every location and, therefore, we recommend that you check the accessibility conditions of the location of your interest.

In order to meet the needs as much as possible, we collect your access requirements when you create your account and register for the meeting. Regarding speech-to-text captioning, we can only guarantee captions for the main IETM online programme (marked as working sessions on the page).

If you have any questions regarding the overall accessibility of the local meeting in Aarhus, you are welcome to write to our Production Officer at [email protected].

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Contact

For any question regarding the online local meeting in Aarhus, please get in touch directly with Lene Bang Henningsen at [email protected] and for more information on CAMP please visit this website or this Facebook page.

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Partners

CAMP coregroup
Adrien Bussy, Manager of Compagnie Flak
Line Rousseau, Founder of the Creative Agency A propic
Magnus Nordberg, Independent Manager and Producer, Founder of Nordberg Movement 
Lene Bang Henningsen, Creative Producer and Founder of Lene Bang Org. 
Nicolas Filion, General Direction, FÔVE Diffusion
Sanne Wichman, Lecturer at Fontys University of applied science (School of Fine and Performing Arts) and at HKU University of the Arts Utrecht (School of Art and Economics) in The Netherlands
Anja Arnquist, Dancer, Choreographer and an Independent Producer
Betina Rex, Independent Producer and Dramaturg  

 

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