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"Themes" is a stream of content generated or created by both IETM staff and our members. In focus are the subjects we consider essential in the contemporary performing arts today: the relationship with the audience, EU cultural policies, diversity & inclusion, sustainability of the sector, the value of the arts in society, and the paradigms, challenges and aspirations faced by the sector in different parts of the globe.

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This publication will help you better understand the peculiar utilization of the different social media available nowadays to increase the audience of your organisation.
The European Festivals Association (EFA) and Pearle*-Live Performance Europe have teamed up to improve knowledge on legal and managerial aspects on cross-border cooperation within the EFA RISE project.
Cette charte invite à expérimenter des pistes de changement. Petit à petit, nous serons fièr·e·s d’avoir fait évoluer vers plus de mixité et de diversité notre secteur déjà fort de partage et de propositions pour une société plus humaine. La mixité n’est pas à l’œuvre dans nos métiers, les femmes et les hommes restent cantonnés dans des métiers assignés par les stéréotypes liés à leur sexe. C’est à ce titre qu’il est intéressant de nous questionner sur ce que, en tant qu’artistes ou personnes œuvrant dans le domaine culturel, nous proposons comme vision du monde, de la société, de l’humanité...
Cette étude a été réalisée dans le cadre du project européen MAdeleine H/F, porté par Réseau en Scène. Elle présente un état des lieux des questions d'égalité, élargit aux secteurs des arts plastiques et visuels, du livre et de la lecture publique, ainsi qu’à de nouveaux axes de recherche, et à un spectre plus large de structures, dont les associations de taille modeste. Létude est accompagnée par la Charte Madeleine H/F , un outil au service de l'égalité de genre dans les organisations culturelles, ainsi que par la BD Madeleine H/F .
The Evaluation Journey: A Toolkit for Cultural Operators
As the title of this toolkit suggests, evaluation should indeed be understood as a journey. It gains relevance when it is integrated in and informs regular work, rather than seen as a separate chap- ter, done for extrinsic purposes. Evaluation also becomes more useful when performed as an iter- ative process, which allows for long-term learning.
Ana Dinger explores theatre as a “place of listening” through the work of Mónica Calle and Rui Catalão.
The innovative power of the cultural and creative sectors is essential for the further development of European economies and societies, because it: - generates well-being and cohesion; - shapes the public space used by millions of Europeans.
This toolkit, developed by the Arts Council of Wales, aims to help theatre companies and venues become more accessible for deaf audiences.
Upon entering Frieze New York last May, I ran into a colleague with his two small children. As we crossed the threshold of the bustling fair tent, the kids sprang into action, making a beeline for a red Carsten Höller octopus. They promptly plopped down beside it and began a discussion—“What is it made of?” and “Why is it red?” were among preliminary questions.
Much has been made about artists gentrifying working-class neighborhoods and neighborhoods of color seemingly just by moving in. Some activists have called this “a new form of colonization.” Writing for CityLab, Peter Moskowitz recently wrote about how this happens and what artists can do about it

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