How can the arts embrace the changes triggered by the new technologies without compromising on creativity nor ignoring the neoliberal agendas and private economic interests lurking behind innovation...Read more
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Dossier with articles by MA DeVlieg, J Jansa, B Kunst, JP Saez, M Stamenkovic, pp 57 – 81, in L’Observatoire des Politiques Culturelles, N° 33, May 2008. Available for consultation at the IETM officeRead more
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A book of photographs by Véronique Vercheval, one of the many independent outcomes related to IETM’s project, “100 Artists in Palestine”. Published by Présence et Action Culturelles, 2006. Available...Read more
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Researched and written by Raj Isar for IETM Birmingham with the help of Dacia Viejo and Kristina Hellqvist, 2004.Read more
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By Judith Staines, publication for On The Move.org, commissioned by IETM, 2004.Read more
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By Judith Staines, publication for On The Move.org commissioned by IETM, 2004.Read more
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Two e-volving publications edited by Mark Deputter, focusing on artistic contacts between Africa and Europe in the area of contemporary dance.Read more
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An analysis of case studies of cooperation between Western and South East European cultural operators, by Mary Ann DeVlieg and Milica Ilic, commissioned by the European Culture Foundation, 2003.Read more
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An analysis of case studies of cultural collaboration in and with the countries of the Mediterranean, by Mary Ann DeVlieg, Milica Ilic, Fatin Farhat and Fanny Bouquerel, commissioned by the European...Read more
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Commissioned by IETM, carried out by Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, published by the Arts Council of Finland. A first attempt to study the phenomena of cultural networking in Europe, the study describes...Read more
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