Documentation of IETM meetings and sessions - an overview of the most outstanding ideas expressed at the session and a summary of the conclusions and recommendations. Usually reports are aimed at feeding future sessions that continue exploring the same theme.

 

This session at IETM Porto added new examples of artistic creation and community arts in the rural areas to those that were presented at IETM Brussels 2017, in the " Meanwhile in the Countryside "...Read more
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Through the professional experiences of five different arts professionals, from different continents, states, fields and practices, the IETM Brussels session "Relocalising Artistic Practices" tried...Read more
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This IETM Brussels session has explored the tensions between the artist as both a romantic outsider and an activist insider. Each panelist had an experience in engaging with civic movements: some...Read more
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Public condemnation, prohibition from working, repressions, prosecution, trial and imprisonment, forced exile, ban for travel, economic censorship are mechanisms through which authoritarian regimes...Read more
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IETM Brussels session “Hey E.(U.)!” was an attempt to cast aside all the doubts, disbelief and frustrations regarding the EU’s cultural policy, and to take a courageous look into the further, deeper...Read more
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In the IETM Brussels session "City of arrival", the new nature of our European cities was discussed, having as a starting point the case of our host city. From ‘multicultural’ to ‘superdiverse’ –...Read more
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IETM Brussels session "Meanwhile in the Countryside" shed some light on experiences, practices and methods of undertaking art projects in rural areas. The session has also challenged the notion of...Read more
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How may a legal framework be achieved for the fair status of the artist? What would be the spectrum of such a law? Who should be involved in the drafting of cultural policies? What models exist...Read more
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This report summarises the discussions held at IETM Bucharest on diversity and inclusion in the performing arts. The session was intended as a safe space to have an open conversation about diversity...Read more
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This session at IETM Bucharest was designed to discuss gender equality and sexual identities and to define some concrete steps that IETM members and the network as a whole can take.Read more
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