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Alors que dans certains pays d’Europe les arts sont pris au piège des réalités du marché et opprimés par des exigences telles que le surplus économiques, la liberté créative est engloutie par les agendas politiques et étouffée par la présence des états dans les arts.

Libéralisme, liberté, financement public, ingérence étatique ; ces notions - que nous avons tous en tête de temps en temps - sont-elles perçues de la même façon dans des contextes historiques, économiques et sociaux différents ? Cette section nous donne un aperçu des divers paradigmes, défis et aspirations qui prévalent aux quatre coins du monde.

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The Canada Council for the Arts is getting a new funding model in April of 2017. Funding will be tied to diversity - in the artistic and technical crew, administration, audience and boards...
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Two puppeteers in Spain have reportedly been jailed, charged with “glorifying terrorism” during a children’s show in Madrid. Alfonso Lazaro de la Fuente and Raul Garcia Perez were arrested after staging a show featuring the hanging of an effigy of a judge, the stabbing of a nun with a crucifix and several police beatings, according to reports. Sign the petition that calls for the immediate release of the two Spanish puppeteers (only available in Spanish).
Ai closed his exhibition Ruptures at Denmark’s Faurschou Foundation Copenhagen, in protest at a new law that allows Danish authorities to seize valuables from asylum seekers. “The way I can protest is that I can withdraw my works from that country. It is very simple, very symbolic – I cannot co-exist, I cannot stand in front of these people, and see these policies. It is a personal act, very simple; an artist trying not just to watch events but to act, and I made this decision spontaneously.”
“There was a group of men inside, some in uniform and others in plainclothes. They started shouting at me and asking me what my religion was,” he said. “Then they started asking about comics. I was confused.”
German theatre Schauspielhaus Bochum invited the public to pack into a refrigerated truck to give them a glimpse into the hardships experienced by people trying to reach Europe from war zones.
This four-part series documents the experiences of a young, Fulbright fellow, avidly exploring theater and life in Bucharest, Romania.
Sustainability in the dance field is composed of four interconnected dimensions: cultural(including artistic), ecological, economic and social. It is therefore only natural that in orderto strengthen the sustainability of the dance field it is necessary to pay attention to all fourkey aspects. The keðja Think Tank on Sustainability calls for a holistic approach in dancesector development, taking into account the entire value chain and the life cycle of artisticwork and careers. The recommendations are divided into five key areas with the followingaims: (1) to build bridges between the dance...
In his keynote speech opening the IETM Satellite Meeting in Gwangju, dance critic Namsoo Kim mentioned the travels of a 13th century Flemish monk, Friar William of Rubruck, to the Mongolian courts of the Great Khans. In his account of this journey, William talked about the conversations in a big tent, set up for representatives of different religions to meet face to face. There, they had day-long discussions about their beliefs and differences, but always with mutual respect and at the end of the talks everyone raised the glass. A remarkable story that certainly inspired a group of 120...
On Cultural Safari in Tunis Developments in Tunisia’s cultural field go hand in hand with political shifts and (r)evolutions. Many twists and turns have taken place since the country gained its independence in 1955, and today Tunisians search, also through art, how to live their newfound freedom in an optimal way and to express their fledgling, fragile but multilayered identity. Everything seems possible and should be reconsidered: institutions, the government, society itself and the ways to develop it. After the revolution of 14 January 2011 - and the deposition of President Zine El Abidine...
Why should we discuss the question of freedom within the condition of neo-liberal societies? Is the question of freedom still relevant after all emancipatory movements in 20th century, after the fall of Berlin wall, after global march of democracy, last but not least after postmodernist denial of utopian thinking? We propose understanding of freedom as a process. Freedom is not a state. It is a dynamic set of relations in societies. Democratic societies are based on the protection of different rights including the right of free movement of people, religious, scientific and artistic expression...

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