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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The opening speech of IETM Satellite meeting in Gwangju by Namsoo Kim.Read more
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Now more than ever, freedom of expression is triggering divisive debates about the balance between respecting and provoking social/political/religious sensibilities. How do we articulate freedom of...Read more
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This new publication of IETM’s Fresh Perspectives series deals with performing arts and territories. Global issues like economic stress, environmental challenges and migration flows are influencing...Read more
This mapping provides a state-of-the-art of the models adopted in different countries to measure the impacts of the performing arts on individuals and societies. This work aims to help researchers,...Read more
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The Invisible Hand, the first publication in the "Fresh Perspectives" series, looks at how art relates to economy. Mission Models Money’s Charlie Tims and Shelagh Wright have analysed artistic...Read more
The Art of Valuing: between evident and evidence-based: different approaches to comprehending and measuring the impact and value of arts and culture. Opening Speeches: IETM Brussels Satellite,...Read more
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The Art of Valuing: between evident and evidence-based: different approaches to comprehending and measuring the impact and value of arts and culture. Panel debate of the IETM Satellite Meeting in...Read more
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The tendency to measure the impact of every aspect of public life also affects the sector of arts and culture. To justify spending the taxpayers’ money, we are asked to convince society and policy-...Read more
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Although the broad independent arts scene in Sofia has been developing intensively in the last decade, there are still not enough spaces for rehearsing and presenting productions. The first part of...Read more
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Should we let money determine our decisions about whom to cooperate with internationally? Or is our willingness to explore new creative ways strong enough on its own? This meeting group invites you...Read more
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